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WorldStage Provides AV Support for LG G2 Product Launch at Jazz at Lincoln Center

When LG Electronics unveiled its latest flagship smartphone, the LG G2, the media rich presentation in the Frederick P. Rose Hall, home of Jazz at Lincoln Center, was supported by the AV expertise of WorldStage. WorldStage is the exclusive AV vendor for Jazz, where nearly 700 guests from more than 30 countries converged for LG’s global announcement.

The presentation featured appearances by Dr. Jong-seok Park, president and CEO of the LG Electronics Mobile Communications Company, and other LG executives and technology partners. They detailed the compelling user experience features available on the new G2 and showcased the device’s innovative design and industry-leading advances.

WorldStage teamed with production company Studio PAV M&C to furnish projection and LED display technology and video production support for the product launch.

Projection screens were positioned upstage and downstage with 11 LED panels between them. The upstage rear projection screen, measuring 53×20 feet, featured a blended image using Christie Roadster HD20K-J Series video projectors. The downstage front projection screen, measuring 49×20 feet, also utilized Christie 20Ks.

In addition to the projected video elements a small number of Barco C5 LED panels were used in an unusual fashion. Flown on three different line sets between the two projection screens, multiple displays were manually configured several times during the show to create different scenic looks. “They were moved to form one continuous scene or a number of different scenes for the client-created content,” says WorldStage director of events/venues Tony Rossello.

Twelve channels of Dataton WATCHOUT V5 drove video for all the destinations. Switching was facilitated through a single Vista Spyder frame.

“We also supplied a four-camera HD system based on Sony HXC-100 HD cameras for live video,” Rossello says. “We had three cameras at fixed locations and one on a a 20-foot jib.”

“We were able to spend four days on prep, rehearsal and install for the one-day product launch so when it came to show time, all the elements were totally dialed in,” Rossello says.

“I score WorldStage five out of five for its performance,” says an enthusiastic Jay Lee, CEO and executive producer at Studio PAV M&C. “They knew what to bring and what to do. WorldStage’s professional support is well-prepared and organized and made the show brilliant and successful. I was so lucky to have them.”

At WorldStage Armando Acevedo was project manager and Mike Naylor the Spyder programmer.

WorldStage Inc., the company created by the merger of Scharff Weisberg Inc and Video Applications Inc, continues a thirty-year legacy of providing clients the widest variety of entertainment technology coupled with conscientious and imaginative engineering services. WorldStage provides audio, video and lighting equipment and services to the event, theatrical, broadcast and brand experience markets nationally and internationally.

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Avery Fisher Hall Acquires Robert Juliat Cyrano Followspots

Avery Fisher Hall, home of the New York Philharmonic and Lincoln Center, has taken delivery of two DMX-controlled Robert Juliat Cyrano followspots from PRG/NJ. Avery Fisher Hall is part of The Lincoln Center complex on the west side of Manhattan. The concert hall, which is used for a wide variety of events, opened in 1962 and has a capacity of 2,738 seats.

The Cyrano followspots replace aging fixtures. “The new Cyranos are the only followspots in the theater,” says Jason Marsh, associate director of production at Lincoln Center. “We chose them for their exceptional quality and ease of use.”

Marsh notes that productions in Avery Fisher Hall range from classical, rock and pop concerts to corporate events, television specials and network upfronts. “Television is the area requiring the highest-quality lighting, and TV lighting designers have requested Cyranos by name,” he reports. “Before we invested in them, productions had to bring them in as rental equipment.”

“Robert Juliat’s Cyrano fixtures stand out for their consistency and quality, and we’re glad to add them to our inventory,” concludes Marsh.

About Robert Juliat

Robert Juliat is a three-generation, family-run, company dedicated to the manufacture of quality lighting equipment for entertainment and architectural applications. Robert Juliat lights are installed worldwide in venues as diverse as The Metropolitan Opera House in New York, the Cathedral of Notre Dame de Paris, Caesar’s Palace and other showrooms in Las Vegas, the Royal Opera House in London, the Los Angeles Music Center, and the Hong Kong Academy School. Robert Juliat lights are used on major tours and events such as Cirque du Soleil, Celine Dion, the South African Music Awards 2013 and the London 2012 Summer Olympic Games.

R&D, production, and company headquarters are based in the village of Fresnoy-en-Thelle, 50 km north of Paris. Robert Juliat USA is located in Wallingford, CT. For more information visit www.robertjuliat.com

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Clay Paky Sharpys and grandMA Console Unite for Black Sabbath’s Reunion Tour

Heavy metal icon Black Sabbath continues its Reunion Tour in Latin America, Europe and the UK with a large complement of Clay Paky Sharpy fixtures, Sharpy Wash lights and a grandMA2 light console. Both Clay Paky and MA Lighting are exclusively distributed in North America by A.C.T Lighting Inc.

The tour celebrates the band’s reunion last year and supports their album “13,” the first with Ozzy Osbourne since 1978.

“Sharpys are the ultimate eye candy,” declares Michael Keller, lighting programmer for Baz Halpin, the tour’s lighting designer. “They create such a visual display that they combat most videowalls. They’re one of the few instruments that can cut right past them.”

Halpin is utilizing 42 Sharpys on the Reunion Tour with two pods of 4x4s and ten fixtures on the ground, says Keller. “They’re very sturdy and rugged and have never had a failure. They’re bulletproof lights with very powerful lamps. The prism is great and the gobos are amazing. Anything you want to do with them is never an issue.”

Forty Sharpy Wash lights were deployed in Australia as fill for a video shoot, he notes, and “they were awesome as well.”

Keller selected the grandMA2 for the tour since he’s most comfortable programming that platform. “We’re carrying the grandMA2 light with us now, but you can find grandMA2 in most places. grandMA2 does everything I need.”

Keller initially migrated to grandMA2 “for its networking” capabilities, he says. Since then he’s discovered that “it’s a very friendly board. Once you get your profile set up it’s easy and powerful. There’s nothing you can’t do on it.” Upstaging provided the lighting for the tour.

About A.C.T Lighting

A leading importer and distributor of lighting products, A.C.T Lighting, Inc. strives to identify future trends and cutting-edge products, and stock, sell and support their inventory. The company provides superior customer service and value for money to all of its clients.

For more information call 818-707-0884.

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Josh Nissim Promoted to Senior VP/General Manager of WorldStage NY

WorldStage is pleased to announce that Josh Nissim has been promoted from VP of Lighting to the position of Senior Vice President/General Manager of the New York operation.

“Josh has been a trusted member of our management team for many years, and this was the logical next step,” says WorldStage president Josh Weisberg. “As we continue to grow and look towards expanding our capabilities and geography, Josh will provide the stability and continuity that is so important to any successful business.”

“Josh has shown such a steady hand in guiding and supporting the lighting and shop operation that it made sense to elevate him to a general management role,” Weisberg continues. “This promotion is the logical next step and, with my involvement in our expansion, we need to maintain a steady presence here in New York.”

“I truly appreciate being part of an organization that has allowed me to grow as the company has grown,” adds Nissim. “It’s been a great ride and I look forward to the challenges my new position brings and to continuing to lead a group of very dedicated and talented people.”

Nissim originally joined WorldStage (then called Scharff Weisberg Inc.) in 1995 serving as a video engineer/projectionist and project manager for five years. He then left the Staging Division to launch and run the Media Resource Center (MRC), a full-service production facility, which he ran for several years. He came back to rental operations in 2006 to run Scharff Weisberg Lighting and more recently was promoted to Vice President of Operations in 2010 overseeing the companies NJ facility and operations.

Nissim graduated from Hofstra University in 1993 with a BA in Communications and began his career at the Walt Disney Company in Orlando where he held various technical positions, including jobs in video engineering and video projection; he also served as a stagehand on several theatrical shows and live events there. In addition, he served in leadership and entertainment technical roles at Sea World, Orlando.

WorldStage Inc., the company created by the merger of Scharff Weisberg Inc and Video Applications Inc, continues a thirty-year legacy of providing clients the widest variety of entertainment technology coupled with conscientious and imaginative engineering services. WorldStage provides audio, video and lighting equipment and services to the event, theatrical, broadcast and brand experience markets nationally and internationally.

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Electrosonic Captures Second Consecutive AV Award for Consumer Installation of the Year

At a gala dinner on October 11 at the London Hilton, Electrosonic took home the AV Award for Consumer Installation of the Year for the second year in a row. This time the award was for Electrosonic’s work on The Siemens Crystal, a sustainable cities initiative by the global electronics and electrical engineering powerhouse.

Electrosonic has won a total of 27 AV Awards since the honors began in 1999. The AV Awards are managed by UK-based AV Magazine but judged independently by senior representatives from user companies and key industry players. They are considered to be one of the most prestigious AV industry awards in the UK.

The Siemens Crystal features extensive AV systems engineered and installed by Electrosonic. Located at London’s Royal Victoria dock, it serves as home to Siemens’ Center of Competence – Cities, a team of multi-disciplinary urban experts. Its public face is a 21,500-square foot interactive exhibition, which guides visitors through the urban infrastructure of the future by examining the possibilities for sustainable mobility, building technologies, power and water supplies, and healthcare. Electrosonic’s support ranged from the entrance to the Crystal to ten exhibit zones and a concluding presentation.

“Once again we are proud to have been awarded the honour of Consumer Installation of the Year,” says Sarah Joyce, VP EMEA. “The Siemens Crystal features innovative interactive exhibits designed to inform the public about the sustainability of cities and how they’re meeting the challenges of security, clean water, energy, transportation, carbon dioxide levels and access to healthcare. Ultimately, it’s an optimistic panorama of what the city of the future could look like if the ideas presented in The Crystal were to be applied. Electrosonic is delighted to have played a part in this meaningful view of the urban society of tomorrow.”

The Crystal was designed by Wilkinson Eye, Architects with Pringle Brandon the interior/fit out architect. Exhibit fabrication was by The Hub; content for the AV and interactive exhibits was created by ISO, All of Us, Clay, Squint Opera, Spirit Link, B12 and Siemens Software. Additional content was produced by Event Communications and Siemens, with exhibit lighting design by DHA Design.

Last year Electrosonic won AV Award honors for its AV support of The Parlamentarium, the European Parliament’s Visitors’ Centre and the first multimedia-rich exhibition to be fully accessible in 24 languages.

About Electrosonic
Electrosonic is an international audio-visual company that creates tailored, state-of-the-art solutions for a wide range of markets including theme parks, museums, control rooms, and corporate meeting rooms. Since its founding in 1964, Electrosonic has built a strong reputation for working on complex projects, both large and small, and has developed lasting partnerships with customers and suppliers. Beyond complete integrated systems, Electrosonic provides a comprehensive scope of services including technical design, projector lamp sales, maintenance and operational support.

Learn more about Electrosonic. Visit http://www.electrosonic.com

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AVW-TELAV Acquires Inventory of Clay Paky GlowUp Fixtures

AVW-TELAV Audio Visual Solutions, the technologically innovative, full-service presentation technology and staging solutions provider with state-of-the-art inventory in every province and all major cities coast to coast, has acquired Clay Paky GlowUp fixtures from A.C.T Lighting Canada Inc.

GlowUp is a portable, battery-powered luminaire based on durable, high-power LEDs for years of energy-efficient service. Power is stored in a rechargeable, lightweight lithium battery making the fixture easy to carry; it can be recharged 2,000 times without suffering from ‘memory’ or capacity loss. The battery eliminates the logistical headache of running cable at events, dramatically reducing set up time while saving money and improving safety. In addition, GlowUp is fully programmable allowing users to select scenes from a library containing dozens of suggested colors and a number of pre-programmed color-changing sequences.

AVW-TELAV placed half of its GlowUp inventory in its Vancouver office and split the other half between itsoffices in Toronto and Montreal.

“We were looking for something battery-powered,” says AVW-TELAV lighting director Daniel Sonenberg. “We wanted something to use in hotels where power and cable are not options and where we typically have a short time for set up. We did product comparisons among multiple brands and suppliers, and GlowUp had the best combination of intensity and low profile.

“If it wasn’t for A.C.T Lighting, I wouldn’t have known that GlowUp exists,” he points out. “Andrew Beck, general manager of A.C.T Lighting Canada, suggested them to me and gave me a demo unit to test. Now that we have received our own units, I’m doing a lot of demos for venues and clients.”

Sonenberg expects that AVW-TELAV customers will use GlowUp for pre-event coverage and galas. “They can make it look like guests are entering an event before they get to the event – like a red carpet,” he says. “As soon as guests arrive, they know they’re someplace special. GlowUp is usable outdoors, so that’s a huge plus. I’m a very big fan of wireless control, and GlowUp has it.”

Sonenberg is not only delighted to have discovered Clay Paky GlowUp but also pleased with A.C.T Lighting Canada’s renowned customer service. “Andrew Beck has been phenomenal in supporting us,” he reports.

Francesco Romagnoli, Clay Paky Area Manager for North and Latin America, comments, “Our GlowUps are great fixtures and it sounds like AVW-TELAV is putting them to great use. We look forward to hearing about some of the events they help to highlight.”

A.C.T Lighting is the exclusive North American distributor for Clay Paky.

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WorldStage Returns For Sixth Year in a Row with AV Support for EA’s “The Download” Press Event at 2013 E3

Once again Electronic Arts Inc. (EA) wowed videogame fans and media at “The Download: EA 2013 Preview,” the top game publisher’s must-see press event held during the 2013 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) in Los Angeles. WorldStage returned for the sixth consecutive year to provide AV support for the event, which looked at upcoming titles via live demos, world premiere trailers and breaking news.

This year “The Download” was marked by a change of venue. “EA wanted to exponentially grow the show, so they moved from the Orpheum Theatre to the massive Shrine Auditorium, the one-time home of the Oscars ceremony,” said Michael T. May, senior account executive at WorldStage. “The challenge for everyone involved was to recreate the incredibly dynamic show that was staged in the smaller theater last year in this much larger environment.”

The action-packed preview was telecast live on cable’s Spike TV and streamed worldwide via multiple webcasts. The event began with the surprise reveal of the first-person shooter game, Plants vs. Zombies Garden Warfare,a stunning new game originated from the famed franchise that pays homage to the action genre while retaining the signature quirky humor, depth and accessibility that fans love about the Plants vs. Zombies franchise.. The show also featured NBA star Kyrie Irving to introduce new bounceTek ball physics for NBA LIVE 14 and hip-hop artist Drake took the stage to showcase gameplay for FIFA 14. Need for Speed Rivals debuted All Drive, a mode that blurs the line between single-player and multiplayer racing experiences. The event closed with an astounding live 64-player multiplayer demo of Battlefield 4.

“To provide the same visceral impact as last year, this year’s design called for high-resolution LED screens instead of the projection screens we’ve mainly used in years past,” said May. “The brightness and pop of the LED screens definitely played better in the bigger space. ”

Three 13×25-foot PixeLED F6 high-resolution 6mm LED walls, were positioned at the left, center and right of the stage to display speaker support, title slides, IMAG and game footage and demos. The center LED wall flew in and out and the two side walls moved on and off stage on custom-built carts that traveled up to eight feet per second. The LED wall movements were choreographed to sync with lighting and stage calls. Additionally, three PixelLED F40 low-resolution 40mm LED walls served as background and scenic visuals.

In addition to the LED Screens, a 45×25-foot front projection surface was flown in to showcase the 64-player Battlefield 4 demo, and several other segments. Video playback was handled by the proprietary WorldStage Media Hub; a Vista Spyder X20 switched all sources to the screens.

Equally, if not more important was the quality of the feed to the webcast and to support that component WorldStage supplied a seven HD-camera system, including three with long lenses, one on Steadicam, one hand-held, and one on a 30-foot jib. One of WorldStage’s Ross 3.5ME Vision Mixers was used for camera cuts for the live telecast.

Debra Robins, Managing Director/Executive Producer at Plumbago Productions, adds, “This show had a tremendous amount of moving parts – both in the technology required and last minute design changes coming in from the client. I can’t imaging pulling off such a complex show as successfully as this one without the support of WorldStage. They were with us every step of the way.”

“EA’s E3 preview event looked great for the audience in the Shrine Auditorium and, with all the dynamic elements, played extremely well for all the home viewers, too,” said May. “Once again we were proud to be the technical solutions provider for such an impressive event.”

At WorldStage Jack Dussault was the project manager, Neal Gass and Carl McMillan the video engineers, and Bryan Dominick lead projectionist.

WorldStage Inc., the company created by the merger of Scharff Weisberg Inc and Video Applications Inc, continues a thirty-year legacy of providing clients the widest variety of entertainment technology coupled with conscientious and imaginative engineering services. WorldStage provides audio, video and lighting equipment and services to the event, theatrical, broadcast and brand experience markets nationally and internationally.

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Clay Paky Sharpy Washes Give a New Look to Shakespeare in the Park

“Love’s Labour’s Lost” got a new musical treatment this summer at Central Park’s famed Shakespeare in the Park, and Clay Paky Sharpy Washes helped give the show a new look, too. Popular for rock and pop music tours, the Sharpy Washes were the perfect fit for the six-week run of the innovative staging of one of Shakespeare’s most beloved comedies.

The Public Theater presents free Shakespeare in the Park at Central Park’s Delacorte Theater every summer. This year it paired “Comedy of Errors” with a spring break-style musical version of “Love’s Labour’s Lost.”

The Sharpy Washes were provided to lighting designer Jeff Croiter, who lent his talents to both plays in the park. “I was very lucky to find them. I didn’t know they existed until I saw them at a demo,” he explains. “They proved to be the perfect light for us – I couldn’t imagine using anything else.”

Croiter mounted the Sharpy Washes to the set since there was no overhead lighting rig at the Delacorte. “Because they were mounted to the set, they couldn’t be very big or heavy,” he notes. “But they had to provide the majority of the backlight for the show. Sharpy Washes are small, lightweight, quiet, incredibly bright and zoomable enough to cover the whole stage without losing intensity.”

He points out that the fixtures’ color options were an added advantage. While “the biggest reason for using them was their size, overall footprint and weight, they also offered great punch and strong color options,” he says.

In addition, their “nice sleek design” meant they “looked good hanging on the set,” he reports.

“I love the Sharpy Washes – they were a perfect fit and an impressive light,” he says. “A.C.T was great about providing everything we needed. They helped us find the lights and were incredibly helpful throughout.”

George Masek, A.C.T Lighting’s Vice President of Automated Lighting, commented, “We are honored to be associated with a New York institution like Shakespeare in the Park. We believe that the Sharpy Wash is a very useful tool for theatrical lighting designers and Jeff’s great experience confirms that.”

Francesco Romagnoli, Clay Paky Area Manager for North and Latin America, comments, “It’s great to see our Sharpy Wash units employed for this type of application. They really are the perfect outdoor light and we look forward to hearing about more success from Shakespeare in the Park.”

A.C.T Lighting is the exclusive North American distributor for Clay Paky.

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Clay Paky Makes Different Kind of Headlines at 2013 MTV Video Music Awards

While the 2013 MTV Video Music Awards attracted lots of press for its outrageous performances, the show made headlines among professionals for its creative staging, too. Clay Paky Sharpys and Sharpy Washes lit up the stage at Barclays Center, Brooklyn where artist and designer KAWS reimagined the VMAs’ iconic moonman statuette.

“For the 30th anniversary of the VMAs and its first time in Brooklyn we were celebrating Brooklyn and Brooklyn artist KAWS, who redesigned the moonman as a 60-foot inflatable silver statue that towered over the main stage,” says lighting designer Tom Kenny. “I wanted to make it feel like you were in a gallery or museum honoring his work – it’s an unusual idea for an awards show, but MTV is always on the edge.”

To achieve his goal Kenny deployed a large complement of Sharpys and Sharpy Washes supplied by VER. “I had extremely high trims and needed audience light, back light and aerial beams,” he explains. “They did a great job for me. The whole idea was that the show didn’t look like a normal awards show, yet it needed the performances to be theatrical. Even though the trims were high, the Sharpys were powerful enough to do the job.”

Kenny marshaled 220 Sharpys and 40 Sharpy Washes for the event, all of which were hung in the air. “They worked great – the color was great. I had the lights on site for three weeks without a problem.”

Kenny notes that the VMA Awards tallied huge ratings and always enjoys worldwide appeal. “Emails from my peers after the show complimented me on how great and iconic the show looked,” he reports. “It really achieved the status of art piece. And we had a great time in Brooklyn, where the crew was fantastic.”

Francesco Romagnoli, Clay Paky Area Manager for North and Latin America, comments, “It’s great to be part of such a high profile event. The Sharpys looked great and really highlighted the program.”

A.C.T Lighting is the exclusive North American distributor for Clay Paky.

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“The Today Show” Brightens Up the Morning with a New Set Plus a Moving Light Package from WorldStage

For the first time in seven years NBC’s iconic “The Today Show” has introduced viewers to a new set enhanced by a moving light package from WorldStage. The complement of fixtures supplied to lighting designer Fred Bock includes nine Martin MAC 350 Entour LED spots, 10 Martin MAC Aura LEDs, nine Clay Paky Sharpy Washes and six Clay Paky Alpha Profile 800 STs.

The new set is “a combination of modern and homey at the same time,” says Bock, who previously teamed with WorldStage on NBC upfronts and the ESPN booth at the US Open. “There’s a lot of automation and a lot of displays. The Home Base Desk is on a turntable, which allows the home base for the opening of the show to turn around and face Rockefeller Plaza for the first time,” he explains. “Viewers can come in and look right into the window and then pull into the studio.”

According to Bock, “the moving lights are mostly used in the production area where big interviews, cooking demos and music performances take place. They have to keep that space as flexible as possible to deal with all types of production in a small space.”

The network has been promoting LED usage where practical and Bock says the MAC Auras and 350s fulfill that mandate and “give a more natural look” to the new set. The Clay Paky Sharpys provide “a nice punchy light” for music. “They do many different things, from a tight beam to a nice wash on the floor – they help modernize the look of the studio,” he reports.

Bock is also “enamored” with the flat beam of the Clay Paky Alpha Profiles. “Their shutters work really well,” he adds. “They have great effects and smooth dimming.”

Choosing WorldStage to furnish the moving light package was “a no brainer,” says Bock. “WorldStage has a very strong working relationship with NBC, and I have a great relationship with them. They’re always there whenever you need something; they respond at a moment’s notice.

“We needed to test equipment, and WorldStage got it to me very quickly. They were so responsive and helped us make our decisions. It’s very helpful to be able to rely on WorldStage for a changing project like this where you can’t plan for everything.”

At WorldStage Drew DeCorleto who was the account executive for the project, stated “We were very pleased to be part of the team supporting this update. At WorldStage we understand the particular demands of the network environment and we have always worked hard to be an ideal vendor for NBC and other broadcast projects.”.

WorldStage Inc., the company created by the merger of Scharff Weisberg Inc and Video Applications Inc, continues a thirty-year legacy of providing clients the widest variety of entertainment technology coupled with conscientious and imaginative engineering services. WorldStage provides audio, video and lighting equipment and services to the event, theatrical, broadcast and brand experience markets nationally and internationally.

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