Teleprompter Rental New Orleans, Louisiana
We have the following prompter gear available delivered and operated by an experienced professional.
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- Presidential Prompter
- Confidence Monitor
- Podium Prompter
- Wireless SteadiCam Teleprompter and Jib Slider Monitor
- The Ear Prompt aka In Ear Teleprompter
- Robotic/Rise & Fall Teleprompter
Standard Teleprompter Rental (AutoCue)
Price: $845/10 Hour Day
Our Standard Teleprompters sometimes referred to as “through-the-lens prompters” are the most popular. They are used for shoots in which the talent needs to read from a script.
AMC uses the most trusted brands for our equipment, including AutoCue, Telescript, and Prompter People.
The Standard Teleprompter is set at the front of the camera rig or set on its own tripod. This then enables the talent to look directly into the lens while reading the script.
Interrotron Mark III Rental (Director’s Unit and Talent Unit)
Price: $845/10 Hour Day
Invented by Errol Morris to assist in filming interviews, the Interrotron Mark III allows the talent to look into the lens and see a video feed of the interviewer reflected back at them.
The Interrotron consists of a director’s unit (which includes a camera, lens, tripod, hood, mirror, mounting plate, and professional monitor) and a talent unit (which includes a hood, sliding 15mm double gold plate mounting system, professional monitor). Both of these units function similarly to a standard teleprompter, but rather than scrolling text, the monitors display a live video feed. The director’s unit displays a feed of the talent and vice versa, allowing the interviewee and interviewer to see each other while they’re talking.
If your interviewer and interviewee will be too far away to hear each other clearly, you can rent the Interrotron Mark IV, which includes Clear-com units for the talent and interviewer.
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Price: $250/Day; $750/3 Day Week
The EyeDirect functions similarly to the Interrotron Mark III, but uses a system of mirrors rather than monitors displaying a video feed. The EyeDirect gets built onto the front of the camera rig, and the interviewer sits behind the camera and to one side. The talent can then look into the lens, and the mirrors allow him/her to see the director rather than staring into an intimidating lens. The interviewer can look into the back side of the EyeDirect and see the talent in the mirrors.
If you need to take the EyeDirect, with you on a shoot outside the city, we can ship the unit to you. The EyeDirect travels in a custom-built Pelican case that weighs about 30 lbs. and is slightly larger than a carry-on suitcase.
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Presidential Teleprompter Rental (aka Speech Prompter)
Price: $845/10 Hour Day
The Presidential Teleprompter is sometimes referred to as a “speech prompter” because it is primarily used for speeches at live events. This type of prompter has two panels of two-way mirror glass that sit on either side of a lectern. The glass reflects the text from monitors placed on the floor. The audience is unaware of what the speaker sees. The Presidential Tleprompter is frequently used at events such as awards shows, graduations, conferences, and for presidential speeches.
The Presidential Teleprompter takes about 45 minutes to set up. We recommend having the operator arrive and set up a few hours in advance. This way, the operator can work directly with the talent to get the position of the monitors and the font and size of the text worked out before the show begins.
If you have multiple presenters of varying heights, you can rent our Robotic Presidential Teleprompter unit. It allows the operator to remotely adjust the height rather than having a PA run onstage and manually readjust the panels.
Our teleprompter operators have worked with several government officials and “A list” celebrities who have used these speech prompters. To name drop just a few. First Lady Michelle Obama, President Bill Clinton, Beyoncé, Alec Baldwin, Kate McKinnon, Tina Fey, et al.
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Price: Starting at $645/10 Hour Day
Confidence Monitors are most often used for live events. Whereas the Presidential Teleprompter is designed for stationary presenters. Confidence Monitors allow talent to move freely about the space. Three to four monitors are positioned strategically around the stage so that the talent can always see the script no matter where they are onstage. These monitors are popular with musicians, who often use them to display song lyrics at their concerts.
We offer a variety of monitor sizes to suit your different needs!
iPad Teleprompter Rental / EyePrompt Rental
Price: $95/Day without iPad; $120/Day with iPad
The iPad Prompter is a low-cost alternative to the through-the-lens prompter.
You can learn more about the device on our EyePrompt Rental Page.
The Ear Prompt aka In Ear Teleprompter
Click on the button below and then call Bill Milling at 917-414-5489 for types, availability and pricing.
Occasionally, there is a need for several speakers to share the same podium at a live event. They may be of varying heights so that the teleprompter may need to be adjusted up or down for each individual. Having an assistant rush onstage to adjust the prompter height is not a good way to handle this.
Enter the Rise and Fall “Robotic” Presidential Teleprompter. In rehearsal, our operator sets the height of the two glass “paddles” for optimum comfortable reading level for each speaker. Then during the live event, he/she robotically adjusts the prompter height from a nearby location.
This unit is available in New York and San Francisco but can be shipped to other cities. Our Manhattan robotic prompter has served Boston, Philadelphia, Washington DC, Nantucket, Newark, Atlantic City, Hartford, Westchester and the Hamptons.
Price: $1695 Rise and Fall “Robotic” Teleprompter
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