In the realm of professional video production, staying ahead of the curve is paramount. For Edit House Productions, LLC, innovation isn’t just a goal; it’s a way of business. As trailblazers in the industry, Edit House has consistently led the charge in testing and rolling out new technologies. This April, our journey takes us to Las Vegas, Nevada for the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) convention, where we’re set to explore the groundbreaking advancements in NTSC 3.0 technology.

But before we delve into the future, let’s take a moment to reflect on Edit House’s history of innovation. As pioneers in high-definition (HD) television production, we’ve always been at the forefront of technology. In fact, Edit House was the first video production company in New Mexico to produce TV commercials in HD, a testament to our commitment to pushing boundaries and delivering quality to our clients. Several years ago, we added the Netflix-approved Sony FX9 cameras which include a 6k image sensor.

Furthermore, our dedication to exploring new areas has earned us the distinction of being the first Google Partner agency in New Mexico. This recognition not only underscores our expertise in online digital advertising but also reaffirms our status as industry leaders who are constantly exploring new frontiers.

Now, as we gear up for NAB 2024, our focus shifts towards the integration of local video production with NTSC 3.0 technology. So, what exactly is NTSC 3.0, and how will it revolutionize the way we watch television?

NTSC 3.0, also known as ATSC 3.0, represents the next generation of television broadcasting standards. This advanced technology promises to deliver an immersive viewing experience characterized by stunning 4K resolution, enhanced audio quality, and interactive features. With support for internet protocol (IP) connectivity, NTSC 3.0 opens up a world of possibilities for content delivery, paving the way for personalized viewing experiences and targeted advertisements for our valued clients.

For Edit House Productions, this shift in broadcasting standards presents both challenges and opportunities. As experts in commercial video production, we understand the importance of adapting to new  technologies to stay relevant in a rapidly evolving landscape.

As we embark on our journey to NAB 2024, Edit House Productions, LLC remains steadfast in our commitment to innovation and excellence. With NTSC 3.0 on the horizon, we’re excited to explore new possibilities and shape the future of video production. Join us as we continue to push the boundaries of creativity and redefine the art of storytelling in the digital age.

Stay tuned!

Matt Smith

Matt Smith

Matt, quite literally, grew up around television production, and started setting up lights and equipment at just 9 years old. Matt began officially working for Edit House Productions, LLC at a young age and officially joined the team at 15 years old. Matt graduated from Rio Rancho High School in 2010 and attended CNM, taking psychology courses and focusing on general studies and today, he is a multiple Telly Award winning editor. Matt has extensive knowledge of Adobe Premier Pro, After Effects along with the entire suite of Adobe Creative Cloud applications including Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, and Audition. Matt is well-versed in producing, directing, and cinematography.

In 2020, Matt became a Co-Owner of Edit House Productions and Ad House Advertising. In 2022, Matt became the Chief Operating Officer as well. As COO, Matt is responsible for the daily operations of the company. Matt also serves as Studio Manager for Edit House Productions 2000 square-foot studio space

Matt is a huge Stranger Things fan and was ecstatic when Edit House Productions was able to work with Finn Wolfhard on a production in 2021.

Matt married to his high-school sweetheart, Kaitlin in 2013. They enjoy spending time with their daughters, dogs Oliver and Izzy, cooking, cigars, family, and music.