06.30.2003 12:00 PM
Originally featured on BroadcastEngineering.com
CNBC selects FOR-A Gear for new headquarters

CNBC, the 24-hour business news channel, has chosen FOR-A color correctors and multi viewer systems for its new 30,000 square-foot world headquarters in Englewood Cliffs, New Jersey.

FOR-A has supplied CNBC with 18 DCC-700 MU digital color correctors for use in three large production control rooms—two slated for live programming and one for studio production. The DCC-700 MU units will be used to color correct incoming program and live feeds from six main stages in the new three-story, tape-less network facility. In addition, FOR-A color correctors will be used to balance the color on live video projection systems used as backgrounds on live sets.

In order to easily view multiple images, CNBC also purchased two FOR-A MV-94 Multi Viewers and four MV-40F quad splitters. These will be used within the network’s internal 125-channel master antenna system that allows anyone in the facility to view on-air channels and studio outputs. The FOR-A products will enable some monitors to display multiple images.

For more information visit www.for-a.com.

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