with 53 cameras and 118 microphones, this is the incredible behind the scenes of the reality show

with 53 cameras and 118 microphones, this is the incredible behind the scenes of the reality show
with 53 cameras and 118 microphones, this is the incredible behind the scenes of the reality show

The person in charge of voicing the video was Karina De Paolis, who began by describing that “andThe technical corridor embraces the entire houseis the perimeter where the protagonists of this program live, it is a place that very few people have accessThe cameramen work from there. In the technical corridor there are about 53 windows, of course they are mirrored glass So the participants inside can’t see anything at all.”

One of the most important details was the justification for his isolation: “For that the corridor is kept dark, no phones can be used, no photos can be taken, it is the most restricted area of ​​the program. They only have access to the technical corridor the cameramen, the executive producers and any particular person who has to enter for some very special reason“. As reported, in the house there are 53 cameras and 118 microphones.

On the other hand, De Paolis noted: “The control of Big Brother is the nerve center. We have directors, robotics operators, sound engineers, scriptwriters, script assistants, and we work 24/7 and in 8-hour shifts.“.

Then, he referred to the contact with the participants. “the cabin of Big Brother It is a private place and you can speak to the whole house to give general orders, or speak only in the confessional when you have a private conversation with a participant because they come to ask for something, or for example when they come to nominate”, he remarked.

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This is what it looks like from behind the mirrors.

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About the opening of the gates, Universal revealed: “They are always closed, the only way to open them is from the control on a board where we have all the numbered doorsand the home producer, who is in charge of controlling, is the one who touches that button to enable or not enable someone to open a door”.

Regarding the audiovisual materials they make, they provided details of the equipment. “We have 6 editing islands also working 24 hours a day, 7 days a week in 8-hour shifts, editors, scriptwriters, post-production coordinators rotate. It is a very large team from the islands that is the one that receives all this material and evaluates it with a content director to see what story we told that same day“, he assured.

Finally, a plate informs that “200 people work to make Big Brother“.


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