New York (September 5, 2006)–Go Media Productions may have started out as a small SR company in Rochester, NY, but these days, the bi-coastal company–which now sports a major office in Las Vegas–handles trade shows like NAB, COMDEX, InfoComm, WCES and SEMA; live sound reinforcement for bands like Big Bad Voodoo Daddy; and corporate events for clients like Mary Kay Cosmetics, Kodak, Northrop Grumman and Xerox. Part of that growth, according to Go Media vice president Doug Olson, was due to the company’s Meyer Sound gear.
Go Media’s growth began when it recognized its success in the corporate market as an opportunity to fill a need and added lights and full production support to its sound inventory, making it into a full-service provider. It was then that the company decided to add a substantial complement of products from Meyer Sound. Two years later, the company opened its Las Vegas office.
“Sound reinforcement has always been a major part of our business, and when we began to expand into the trade show market, we knew immediately that Meyer Sound was the way to go,” said Olson. “The Meyer Sound gear is compact, lightweight and efficient, and it’s sonically head and shoulders above anything else out there.”
In more recent times, Go Media purchased a system of 16 M2D compact curvilinear array loudspeakers, with LD-3 compensating line drivers. The M2D array joins Go Media’s existing Meyer Sound inventory, which includes 650-P high-power subwoofers, MSL-4 horn-loaded long-throw loudspeakers, UPA-1P compact wide coverage loudspeakers, UPM-1P ultracompact wide coverage loudspeakers and USM-1P extended range narrow coverage stage monitors.