Recently we’ve replaced Troy University’s broadcast news set with a brand new upgrade…
This broadcast studio design was created by our company in collaboration with Greg Loscar for KDKA in Pittsburg.
Creating a broadcast set that must be small due to space issues can be challenging. However, by paying close attention to technique and details, this challenge can be overcome.
This time lapse video shows the dismantle of The Liquidation Channel’s prior set-backdrop, and it being replaced with one of our broadcast studio set designs that was freshly shipped.
The set pictured here was recently designed, fabricated, and installed by our company.
The main image on this page is a simple broadcast studio background created using 7 of our Curved Frames, spanning a 23′ width and standing 10′ tall.
We’ve recently completed two of these small broadcast design sets for a new client, Midcontinent Communications. The group wanted to have a nice, portable, inexpensive broadcast design for informationals, webcasts, and advertising.
Recently we have completed designing, fabricating, and installing a broadcast display design for Northern Arizona University.
This incredibly attractive broadcast display set was recently designed, fabricated, and installed by our team for Samaritan’s Purse in Boone, NC.
Even this smaller desk version can comfortably fit 4 people for any type of broadcast such as interview, discussion board, webcast, podcast, news cast, talk shows, or product reviews.