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City of Santa Monica: Audiovisual and Broadcast Upgrade

This was a $500k design-build project for the city council chamber’s audio visual and broadcast upgrades including; presentation system, new (2) 65” Displays in the council chamber room and (2) in the lobby area, a new projector, projector screen, some furniture remodel, and new mics and control system. Key Code also built complete new rack […]

City of Costa Mesa Builds New Councils Chambers, Conference Room, and Community Room

Dane Bora, Public Affairs Manager at the City of Costa Mesa, gave an inside look into their recently renovated audio/video (AV) systems, broadcast production infrastructure, and a network connecting their council chambers, master control room, and conference room. Key Code Media provided all new equipment and integration services. “The City of Costa Mesa is located […]

City of Burbank Builds A New Master Control Room, Camera System, and Digital Signage

The City of Burbank brought the need of a full scale video installation for their city Council Chambers down the street to Key Code Media’s Door–  and the Burbank Local team delivered!  A Ross Graphite and Ross Lightning Control System handling feeds from Panasonic PTZ Cameras going to AJA Ki-Pro Digital Recorders, and Live Streaming to the public.     The City of Burbank also contracted Key Code Media […]

City of Los Angeles Contracts Key Code For Audio-Visual, Digital Signage, and Broadcast Needs

City of Los Angeles – Emergency Operations Center The City’s Emergency Operations Center was due for a multi-million dollar design and build project to provide a 100% Uptime facility to house LA Fire, LA PD,  The City’s Emergency Management Division as well as the 911 Emergency Response Center.   Burst’s team met the tough challenge with 2 video walls of NEC Montiors, tied together with a Jupiter PixelNet processing system […]

George W. Bush Presidential Center Broadcast and Production Systems

Key Code Media designed and built the broadcast and production systems at the George W. Bush Presidential Center at Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas. Key Code Media provided all necessary services, including design, equipment procurement, installation, and commissioning of the broadcast and production systems.  The facility includes media control and equipment rack rooms to […]

City of Aurora Upgrades Council Chamber AV and Broadcast

Key Code Media provided all systems design, equipment, installation and training for the City of Aurora, Colorado’s upgrade of its City Hall broadcast facilities from standard to high definition. The project streamlined operations and improved quality in Control Rooms A and B, the Aurora Room meeting space, the main Council Chambers, and the award-winning Aurora […]

Colorado Department of Agriculture Builds A Digital Media Room

Key Code Media designed and built a digital media room and video studio for the Colorado Department of Agriculture. The new facility allows the Department to expand its educational outreach, develop and increase the use of videos in campaigns and create a still image library.

Moreno Valley City Council Upgrades Chambers

Key Code Media updated the Moreno Valley City Council Chambers with new HD Television broadcast equipment and an electronic voting system. The project included the installation of seven Panasonic cameras with full robotic PTZ heads, a Ross Switcher, a Tightrope file server and a SIRC electronic voting system. The upgrade from a tape-based to a […]

LA Police Department Administration Building Jupiter Video Wall

LA Police Department

Key Code Media updated the Jupiter video wall processing equipment and racks to enhance functionality at the LA Police Department Administrative building in Los Angeles. The new system utilizes multiple Contemporary Research ATSC+SCI 4 HDTV tuners to tune HD off-air channels from local television stations to feed into their MATV systems at the Los Angeles […]