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

City of Los Angeles Contracts Burst/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...

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

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...

KCRW Builds New State-of-The-Art Radio Broadcast and Media Headquarters

KCRW Builds New State-of-The-Art Radio Broadcast and Media Headquarters

KCRW recently relocated from the basement of a building on the Santa Monica College main campus, to a new state-of-the-art $38-million headquarters at Santa Monica College’s new Center for Media and Design. This new facility is a culmination of 11 years of fundraising, designing, installing, integrating, and training by KCRW staff and the partners involved in the project. At the heart of the design was a $6 million dollar upgraded radio and broadcast infrastructure- built to increase collaboration and provide staff the necessary equipment to bring their station into the digital age.

Santa Monica College: Center for Media and Design

Santa Monica College: Center for Media and Design

Santa Monica College has over 30,000 students and is #1 transfer college to UCLA and UC system. When it came to refreshing their facilities, they wanted students to learn from the same tools that they will use in the field. SMC decided it would be necessary to build a...