BRK Inc, established in 2008, is a cutting edge sports and entertainment marketing company.
With the acquisition of the live-broadcast helmet camera patents, BRK is poised to enter sports marketing in a big way.
The patents give BRK Inc. the exclusive right to integrate a camera into any type of helmet – meaning BRK now has an exclusive in the industry.
The first product introduced using this technology is the RefCam HD-I. The RefCam HD-I is a COFDM (Coded Orthogonal Frequency
Division Multiplexing), HD video transmitter with an integrated high definition camera. The RefCam is designed for broadcast applications,
using the best camera available in the United States. It differs from other sports cameras in that it is not a strap-on, does not require bulky
battery packs – its easy to clip on battery module gives users over an hour of continuous use and can easily be replaced during play – and
transmits directly from an integrated circuit board within the camera to broadcast live to TV viewers. The entire unit is only 2 inches
by 6 inches, integrated into the helmet worn by referees and provides a point of view never before seen on TV or in professional sports.
The RefCam was first used professionally by referees during the NHL All Star game in January 2016 in Nashville TN, debuting to an audience of 1.8 million viewers.
HENDERSON, Nevada, Feb. 19, 2019 /PRNewswire/ -- BRK, Inc. (OTC PINK: BRKK) is pleased to
announce the final transaction numbers for the completed 3a10 with Continuation Capital are as follows:
Total debt and payables retired $169,631.28
Total shares reserved for transaction 300,000,000
Total shares issued for transaction 114,157,277
Total Shares returned to treasury 185,842,723
Sportsnet.ca is owned by Rogers Media, a New York Stock Exchange Company.
Starting last season the company signed a 12 year $5.2 Billion deal with the NHL
for the rights to carry all the national games. Cameras have been purchased and are
already being used for broadcasting with this unique and one of a kind technology.
Pioneers of innovative technologies often end up being savaged by new competitors.
For example,Apple didn’t invent the smartphone but it knocked out early leaders such as Blackberry
The GoPro was an idea to tether a camera to the wrists of athletes.
It is now a $2.1 Billion company and the founder just made Forbes Billionaires lists.
The GoPro IPO’d back in June of 2014 at a share price of $24. There was such a frenzy that the
company raised over $425 Million initially and the stock ran to $92.00 a share in just 3 months.