Built using Ross Video’s innovative openTruck™ design model, RMP trucks use powerful, compact, best-in-class broadcast systems from Ross Video and other leading technology vendors that are highly interoperable and have been designed to work together seamlessly.
RMP trucks can stream content to the web at the same time as it’s aired live on TV or recorded for future airing. For clients who require additional production support, RMP provides a graphics package, score bug and full pre- and post-production.
Alabama • Arizona • Arkansas • California • Connecticut • Delaware • Florida • Georgia • Illinois • Indiana • Kentucky • Louisiana • Maine • Maryland • Massachusetts • Michigan • Minnesota • Mississippi • Missouri • Nebraska • Nevada • New Hampshire • New Jersey • New York • North Carolina • Ohio • Oklahoma • Oregon • Pennsylvania • Rhode Island • South Carolina • South Dakota • Tennessee • Texas • Vermont • Virginia • Washington • West Virginia • Wisconsin
• Basketball – Big Ten, ACC, Big 12, SEC, Atlantic 10, American, America East, Colonial, MAC, Missouri Valley, Ivy, SWAC, MEAC
• Baseball – College
• Football – High School, College, FXFL
• Soccer - NASL
• Softball – NCAA, Slow Pitch
• Ultimate – US Open, Major League
• Live Studio Remotes – Super Bowl, SEC Championship Game, The Masters, NASCAR, SI Swimsuit Calendar Launch
• Tennis – Davis Cup, ATP World Tour 250 Events, World Team Tennis, Hall of Fame Ceremony, College MatchDay
• Equestrian – US Grand Prix
• Concerts - Foreigner
• Red Carpet Events – People 50 Most Beautiful, Black Women in Hollywood, Black Women in Music, Latin Billboards
• Lacrosse - College
• Cross Fit – Reebok Games
• Judo – Grand Prix
• News Feeds – US Naval Base Newport News, VA, Florida Governors Inauguration, CONCACAF Draws
RMP’s staff is expert in mobile and school-based productions. Whether you want truck and crew rentals, full-service production packages, or consulting or training services, our people deliver the experience and expertise you need to make it happen.
President and Executive Producer, Ross Mobile Productions
Mitch Rubenstein has been working in the remote television industry since 1995. He has held the roles of broadcast associate, associate producer and associate director for CBS Sports, Fox Sports, NBC Sports, FSN, FX, Turner Sports and ESPN, and worked on a variety of remote sports productions, including NCAA football and basketball, Tennis, NBA, MLB and the NFL. From 2002 to 2013, he worked as a line producer for multiple professional sports teams and as lead producer for the Tennis Channel, as well as doing events with Versus, ESPN and ESPNU. In 2012, Mitch founded Mobile Content Providers (MCP), which he sold to Ross Video in the summer of 2013. Since then, the company, which now operates as Ross Mobile Productions, has grown from one mobile unit to five and counting, and has established offices in Florida and New York. Mitch is a graduate of the University of Michigan, where he had a successful career as a student and an athlete, and played tennis for the Wolverines.
Engineering & Operations Manager
Born in Fort Polk, Louisiana and raised in Massachusetts, Brian went to school in Florida at Full Sail University. After graduating with a degree in Film and a Masters in Entertainment Business, Brian worked as a freelance professional throughout Florida. Shortly into his advancement within the industry, Brian met Mitch Rubenstein and helped start what was, Mobile Content Providers, MCP. Assisting with the overall engineering and design of the first truck, Silver. A year later he helped lead the engineering and design of the second truck, Blizzard. Now he aids as a key asset in Ross Mobile Productions’ growth, overseeing operational budgets, crew, scheduling, and broadcast engineering through his commitment to innovation and excellence.
Brian is a big time foodie and traveling advocate – lover of culture, and photography. He enjoys flying airplanes, yoga attire, and self-improvement.
Payroll Coordinator and Office Administrator
Nina was born in New York and grew up in South Florida. She received her Bachelors Degree in Communications from the University of South Florida and went on to have a successful career as an Executive Recruiter.
Nina joined Mobile Content Providers (MCP) when they first started, as the Payroll Manager and when they merged with Ross Video, she continued her role as the Payroll Coordinator/Office Administrator with the new company as it is known today: Ross Mobile Productions.
Broadcast Technical Specialist
Born and raised in Orlando, Florida, Sean went to school in Boca Raton, Florida at Florida Atlantic University and received a degree in Film & New Media. While in his senior year Sean met Mitch and was captivated by the industry.
Sean joined Mobile Content Providers in June of 2013 as a camera operator but quickly rose to engineer MCP’s original truck, Silver and their second truck Blizzard.
Sean currently assists Ross Mobile Productions’ development, crew, travel, and overall engineering of our current fleet. Sean is a surfer in his off time and enjoys photography and videography.