By Kalwinder Kaur
A Scottsdale-based private broadcast studio will incorporate innovative practices using the advances in telecommunications and broadcasting technology.
HD Television Studio
Based on a high-definition broadcast system, BroadcastAZ has been working to establish its goals. The novel system connects the studio proximal to Cactus Road and 108th Street to global television networks to New York through a high-speed, fiber-optic line.
According to BroadcastAZ marketing director, Doug Collins, this new studio will link Arizona to the world through broadcast.
With this 2,000-square-foot studio of BroadcastAZ, authors, news-makers, entertainers, politicians, and artists can have access to interviews via remotely operating, advanced robotic cameras, or under the control of a local producer.
The studio operates based on Azzurro HD robotic-camera system, which is effective for deployment by the Food Network, the NFL Network, NHL Productions, and Major League Baseball.
With around $500,000 investment, has raised this studio. The social media, news networks, shareholders and producers of video content for Web broadcasts, and public-company communications with financial analysts are BroadcastAZ’s targeted clientele.
The 2,000-square-foot studio is constantly available. Here, the commentator or news source can go on camera at 3 a.m. (local time) for morning news shows at 6 a.m., in New York.
BroadcastAZ includes director of technology and production services, Scott Siegwald, and Bonnie Adams, director of operations.
The 1,200-square-foot HD broadcast studio includes a studio on the ground floor having five cameras that foster larger productions. The second floor houses a smaller studio that takes charge of “talking heads” or live-shot interviews. It also includes a 70-in TV monitor that can be customized for multiple backdrops, such as downtown Phoenix, the McDowell Mountains or Yosemite Valley.