Versus build a unique HD studio

Grotticelli, Michael
April 2008
Broadcast Engineering;Apr2008, Vol. 50 Issue 4, p48
Trade Publication
The article focuses on the high definition (HD) production studio of Versus, a cable channel owned by Comcast Corp. in Stamford, Connecticut. Accordingly, Versus director of engineering Paul Koopmann headed the creation of the studio wherein they faced risks and challenges due to space limitations. In addition, it notes that the studio featured an advanced online editing suite, servers and other production equipment. Several photographs depicting the design of the studio are presented.


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