11.18.2006 08:00 AM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
CEI completes control room and studio system for PhRMA

Communications Engineering, Inc. (CEI) has completed installation of a control room and studio system for the Pharmaceutical Research and Manufacturers of America, in Washington, DC.

CEI worked with PhRMA, which represents the nation’s pharmaceutical research and biotechnology companies, to develop a design that can accommodate the tight space and preservation guidelines of PhRMA’s historic Atlantic Building facility. A new studio, control room, edit suites and field production units were creatively built into small areas totaling less than 800sq ft.

The new facility allows PhRMA to access all major broadcast networks, media plants, Capitol Hill and commercial teleports, as well as the ability to produce content to communicate its advocacy for the development of new medicines and technologies.

The studio and control environments are fully integrated into PhRMA’s sophisticated video teleconferencing systems. The integration includes full IP control and return routing to studio monitors. Multiple current and legacy VTR formats are supported, and DVD authoring capabilities allow another means of connecting with PhRMA’s audience.

For more information, visit www.commeng.com

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