News + Broadcast

Annenberg Space for Photography Skylight Studios

Los Angeles, California

The Annenberg Space for Photography exhibits digital and print photography by some of the world’s most renowned photographers and emerging talents. The new Skylight Studios provides an enhanced lecture viewing experience through state-of-the-art audio-visual equipment, a concert-quality audio system and HD broadcast capabilities. It’s the new home for the long-running, free Iris Nights lecture series and the Meet & Greet program where visitors interact with photographers and photo editors.

The Weather Channel

Atlanta, GA

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The Weather Channel upgraded the primary studio set at its Atlanta headquarters with a new video wall provided by Electrosonic. The new system features 12 LED-illuminated, rear-projection display cubes to be used as a backdrop for on-air talent, and a vehicle for live video and map presentations.

The Weather Channel

Atlanta, Georgia

The Atlanta-based cable network recently moved into a new building tailored for HD broadcasting. Electrosonic teamed with Jack Morton Worldwide/Production Design Group (PDG) in Manhattan who were resposnible for set design.

Electrosonic Delivers the News at CNN and BBC

U.K. and U.S.A.

Electrosonic equipment is behind the scenes on many TV studio sets. It has proved especially effective in news and current affairs shows, financial presentations, sports programs, awards ceremonies and games shows.

CBS Outdoor: The Urban Panels Network

New York, NY

The infamous storefronts in Manhattan might have found its match. Peppering subway entrances throughout Midtown Manhattan are 85 panels consisting of 57 inch Suncutter LCD displays in one side and Ceelite backlit transparencies on the other with high definition content and MS 9500 HD Frend appliances furnished by Electrosonic. The Urban Panels Network devised by CBS Outdoor is a new type of street fixture similar to billboard advertisements.

Newseum - The News is Alive on Pennsylvania Avenue

Washington DC

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A seven-level, high-tech interactive museum, the Newseum traces the history of news reporting from the 16th century to the present. Originally located in Arlington, Virginia, the Newseum is now at the Capitol end of Pennsylvania Avenue. With most of the video displays and audio systems provided by Electrosonic, it boasts 250,000 square feet of exhibit space and includes 14 major galleries and a 4D time-travel experience.