FOX Business Network (FBN) debuted its new studio and set this morning on Mornings with Maria, Maria Bartiromo’s signature morning program weekdays from 6 to 9. The studio sits atop the 3rd floor of Fox News / FOX Business Headquarters and has windowed views of Fox Square and NYC as a backdrop.
FOX Business Network (FBN), the financial news channel delivering real-time information across all platforms that impact both Main Street and Wall Street, debuted its new studio and set this morning on Mornings with Maria, Maria Bartiromo’s morning program weekdays from 6 to 9.
FOX Business Network launched in October 2007 and is the leading business network on television.
Studio G was totally deconstructed and rebuilt with new tech, graphics, and multiple looks and will serve as FOX Business Network’s programming headquarters.
The studio sits atop the 3rd floor of Fox News / FOX Business Headquarters and has windowed views of Fox Square and NYC as a backdrop.
“Studio G was an important project for us to showcase Fox Business and a variety of special event programming,” said Peter Blangiforti, Senior Vice President, Broadcast & Media Technology.
“We wanted to design a space primarily for Fox Business that was state of the art and tailored to our hosts and their shows. Our design philosophy was to develop a modern architectural overture with clean lines and cutting edge set technology to create a highly dynamic presentation environment.”The set technology within the studio drives over 16 million pixels of graphics and media content to create a highly dynamic presentation environment in studio.”
The set includes three large Ultra High Definition LED video walls, five LED video columns with automated tracking to move across the studio floor, three LED tickers that traverse the studio, and two 90” Interactive touchscreens.
The Fox News Media Production Group have built over 700 real-time graphics scenes, dozens of high definition animations, and 280 producer-driven templates that are specific to this new studio for live production to give extreme flexibility to the editorial show teams. This allows producers to also create content even faster for live programming and breaking news events.
The studio also includes upgraded lighting within the new space to LED fixtures for energy efficiency, longevity and enhanced color accuracy on set.
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