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DANLEY STEPS UP TO THE PLATE AT TURNER FIELD

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ATLANTA, GEORGIA: Poised for a future playoff berth with a hopeful mixture of youth and experience, the Atlanta Braves finished the 2009 season with a respectable record and much to look forward to. But for Turner Field, built originally for the 1996 Olympics and the club’s home ever since, 2009 marked the transition from possession of a dated sound system to possession of arguably the best system in major league baseball. Assailed by the elements, the old loudspeakers were showing signs of age, replaced by over four-hundred Danley loudspeakers with full weatherproofing, as well as customized rigging and coverage patterns to fit perfectly in the old speakers’ places. Not only did Danley deliver extensive customization, it did so within an extremely short timeframe.

The original equipment had been in place for thirteen years and the loudspeakers were beginning to deteriorate. The Braves more

THREE API 1608s FEATURED IN NASHVILLE’S BLACKBIRD STUDIO

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NASHVILLE, TENNESSEE: Blackbird Studio in Nashville houses one of the finest collections of recording equipment anywhere, including an impressive assortment of API analog mixing consoles. Having already installed a 48-channel API Legacy Plus featuring 96 inputs in Studio B, and the largest API Legacy Plus console ever built – with 96 channels and 192 inputs – in Studio D, Blackbird has opened its brand new Studio H with an API 1608 discrete analog console.

The API console in Studio H joins two other API 1608 desks on the premises, according to Vance Powell, Blackbird’s Grammy-winning Chief Engineer. “We have three API 1608s, and two 16-channel expanders,” he explains. “One of the 1608s, with a 16-channel expander, is installed in Studio E. Another 1608 is in our new room, Studio H, an overdub/edit/mix suite. The 1608 is the centerpiece of that room for more

BEXEL TEAMS UP WITH XOS TECHNOLOGIES TO BOOST ONSITE PRODUCTION CAPABILITIES FOR COLLEGE SPORTS BROADCASTS

Partnership Combines 40 Years of Experience for Complete Broadcast Solutions

BURBANK, CALIFORNIA, DECEMBER 4, 2009 – Bexel, a unit of The Vitec Group’s Services Division, and XOS Technologies, Inc., a leader in digital sports media, are pleased to announce a collaborative partnership designed to provide enhanced production solutions to the collegiate sports industry. With a combined 40 years of industry experience, this newly created alliance, will offer comprehensive solutions designed to accommodate clients’ needs in today’s increasingly complex broadcasting environment. more

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Premier Mounts Introduces All-Inclusive HDTV Installation Kit

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ANAHEIM, CALIF. (Dec. 4, 2009) – According to the Consumer Electronics Association, this year there will be as many as 97 million high-definition television (HDTV) capable households in the U.S. As consumer adoption of HDTV grows, so does the demand for dependable, easy-to-install flat-panel mounts and hassle-free accessories.

Addressing the need for an all-in-one installation solution, Premier Mounts (www.mounts.com), a leader in mounting solutions for A/V technology, has developed two HDTV Installation Kits (AVKLF3752 and AVKLF2637). more

Vibrant Design’s Christopher Landy Lights Up 15th Annual “Comics Come Home? Benefit Hosted by Denis Leary

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Production designer Tom Lenz of 513 invited Christopher Landy of Brooklyn-based Vibrant Design LLC to have fun for a good cause when he suggested the lighting designer work on America’s longest-running comedy benefit, “Comics Come Home,” which marked its 15th anniversary at Boston University’s Agganis Arena on November 7.

Hosted by Denis Leary, the comedy show benefits The Cam Neely Foundation for Cancer Care and The Neely Cancer Fund. This year’s performers included Bill Burr, Lenny Clarke, Adam Ferrara, Kenny Rogerson, Jeffrey Ross, Jimmy Fallon, Whitney Cummings, and Tony V.

“Tom (Lenz) has been production designer for ‘Comics Come Home’ for the last four or five years,” says Landy. “Tom and I have been doing more and more shows with a strong emphasis on LED screens with content being a strong design element.”

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