ESPN Adds NanoLumens Studio Integrations

September 25, 2014 Joey Davis

As TV Technology reported yesterday, WorldStage recently teamed with ESPN to construct a visually innovative new studio in Bristol, Conn. for their flagship SportsCenter program. WorldStage, a New York-based provider of audio, video and lighting equipment and services to the event, theatrical and broadcast industries acted as the visual technology consultants and integrators on a team of industry experts who collaborated on the design and installation of the second SportsCenter studio build they have been involved with.

The anchor desk features curving LED video tiles across the pedestal. Many of the elements feature automated movements allowing multiple configurations of the same displays; in one case, different size seamless monitors are put together at varying depths, introducing a 3D element to a traditional 2D videowall.

Talent can now broadcast while walking across the entire length of the studio thanks to the mobile component of the monitors that move with anchors and are constantly present on camera rather than just serving as a prop behind a desk. WorldStage provided a NanoLumens 4.5mm LED display inlaid across the Plexiglas floor in Studio X, adding yet another eye-catching detail.

For more on this, visit TV Technology.

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Joey Davis

NanoLumens' Marketing Manager, seasoned marketing professional with 15+ years of progressive experience in fast-paced digital media environments. Excellent writing and graphics skills. Track record of achieving exceptional results in content creation, marketing and Search Engine Optimization. And I collect Super hero stuff. :)

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