SAN DIEGO--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Heritage Global Partners (“HGP”), a worldwide leader in asset advisory and auction services and a subsidiary of Heritage Global Inc. (OTCQB: HGBL, CSE: HGP), and Joseph Finn Co., Inc., today announced that they have been retained by Bay City Television to jointly manage an online sale featuring the surplus production equipment and broadcasting technology assets of its San Diego CW affiliated station beginning June 13, 2017.
CW6 is operated by Bay City Television and is the second-oldest television station serving the San Diego market. Following a network-affiliation change, the operation will be closing. The global online sale will feature broadcast, post production and audio visual assets excess to the needs of the iconic San Diego CW6 news studio including:
- DH RX Steerable Satellite Dishes
- Microwave Trucks and Vehicles
- HD 4K Switchers and Recorders
- Audio Console, Mics, Equalizers, Monitors, etc. (large quantities)
- Lighting Grids / Dimmers, Manlifts and Jibs
- ROSS Overdrive News Package with Avid iNEWS
- VizRT Graphics, MOS Interface, WSI Weather Computer System, Wireless Stations and more
San Diego CW6 Surplus Television News Production Resources, Equipment and Related Assets
June 13, 2017 (7:00 am PDT) – June 15, 2017 (8:00 am PDT)
The studio will be made available to parties interested in inspecting the equipment. To arrange a preview, please contact Nick Dove (information below).
Nick Dove, HGP Director of Sales stated, “We are receiving strong interest from worldwide buyers for our upcoming sale of the surplus production equipment and broadcasting technology assets of Bay City Television’s legendary San Diego CW6 news studio. We expect participation levels will continue to grow as we approach the auction launch date as this represents an exceptional opportunity for LA and San Diego area stations, other television operators, equipment lenders and asset resellers to acquire high-quality professional audio technology, HD cameras, master control infrastructure, weather forecasting systems, graphic components, news gathering resources and much more.”