broadcasting studio

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a studio where broadcasts originate

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Hill, vice president of Cox Business / Hospitality Network, said, "We're very excited about the vitality and energy of this strategic partnership with Beasley Media that has resulted in the Cox Business Broadcasting Studio.
We're extremely excited to welcome the Beasley Media/Cox Business Broadcasting Studio to the Park.
SPACEHAB is building the first commercial broadcasting studio and multimedia production facility in space, the Enterprise(TM).
In a further development Gustav Peichl's series of ORF national broadcasting studios in Innsbruck, Salzburg, Dornbirn and Linz, display the container aesthetics of the '70s, repetitive units and pop-out gasket bus windows with rounded corners.
BTV + builds and operates manned and robotic broadcasting studios, and pioneered unmanned IDL broadcasting studios which are operated robotically from anywhere over IP.
The existing broadcasting studios and playout are not used, but it must be set up a centralized system with initially two, optional two other simultaneously and independently mobile automation ways.
The Related Companies' grand entry, the new AOL Time Warner Center (AOLTW Center) at Columbus Circle is a case in point Slated to debut in the fall of this year, the mammoth 23 million-SF project with a total cost of over 2 billion will comprise luxury condominiums, the Mandarin Oriental Hotel, the Performing Arts Jazz at Lincoln Center, high-end retail, and AOLTW's headquarters plus CNN's New York broadcasting studios.
Slated for September 9, 2004, the event will be hosted at the Georgia Public Broadcasting studios in midtown Atlanta.
Contract award: DR 07:04:11 renewal of the news control rooms in the broadcasting studios of Germany Cologne and Berlin Radio.
Their projects range from corporate data centers to web hosting/co-location facilities, to point of presence sites (POPs), trading floors, digital switch installations, network operations centers (NOCs), call centers, and broadcasting studios.
Installed in two phases beginning in 1997, the project has evolved to include its current capabilities of 830 remote classrooms and five broadcasting studios.
It produces high performance, cost-effective products that provide reliable communication links to hundreds of satellite earth stations, broadcasting studios, cellular/PCS base stations and satellite TV applications worldwide.
Ranging from satellite Earth stations, broadcasting studios, cellular PCS base stations world-class communication companies.
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