Network Studio and Control Room

BBC - Washington, DC
Network Studio and Control Room

DVG recently completed the new US studios for the BBC in Washington DC. The project included redesigning the expanded Galley (production control room) which included a Ross Carbonite Black Plus production switcher, a Calrec Brio 36 audio mixer, a Ross Mosaic video wall processor that fed the three-screen studio LED monitor wall, Clearcom Eclipse matrix IP intercom and IFB system, Apantac IP-KVM system, and a DVG custom built row console.  The audio system relied heavily on a sophisticated Dante digital audio network that interfaced between the Calrec audio mixer, the Eclipse intercom system, and the existing radio DHD mixing and intercom platform.  Routing was accomplished via an Evertz Xenon Multi-Format Router. Studio was outfitted with Cuescript prompting.