SPRINGBOARD is a unique production resource. Founded by Grammy-winning producer Hank Neuberger in 2007, we have delivered groundbreaking new media solutions at high-profile live events for broadcast, broadband, mobile, and IPTV. Springboard consistently combines the highest quality with just the right technology to best realize our clients’ presentation goals.
About Hank Neuberger
- President of Springboard Productions, Inc., specialists in digital media production for broadband, broadcast, mobile, IPTV and Blu-Ray DVD, Jan. 2007 to present.
- Executive Vice President of recording studio complexes Glenwood Place Studios, in Burbank CA, and Chicago Recording Company, 1990 to present.
- Chairman of the Board of the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (The Grammys), 1994-1996.
- Chairman of the Board of the MusiCares Foundation, the Grammy-affiliated philanthropy, 2002-2005.
- A Grammy-winning producer and, since 1987, a Supervisor of Broadcast Audio for the annual Grammy Awards telecast, which was awarded the Emmy for Outstanding Sound Mixing for its inaugural 5.1 Surround broadcast.
- Recording Engineer and/or Producer for sessions or mixes for dozens of artists including Cheap Trick, Ohio Players, Pete Townsend, Sting, Feist, Jay-Z, Smashing Pumpkins, Melissa Ethridge, Black Eyed Peas, Gomez, Ramsey Lewis, Crowded House, Survivor, Mannheim Steamroller, John Prine, Jerry Butler, John Mayer, Flaming Lips, Guster, Michael McDonald, Brian Wilson, etc.
While founding partner of Third Wave Productions 2003-2007 produced:
- Over 200 hours of live video/audio Webcasting from the Lollapalooza, Bonnaroo, and the Austin City Limits Music Festivals, for the AT&T Blue Room web site.
- The Dave Matthews Band at Red Rocks in High-Def for a PBS Thanksgiving Special broadcast.
- The first Downloadable Video available at iTunes, attached to album releases by Coldplay and the Black Eyed Peas.
- The first Downloadable Music Videos for the introduction of the Apple Video iPod with the Brazilian Girls.
- The John Mayer Trio in High-Def at the House of Blues for online exhibition at Yahoo, MSN, AOL, etc.