02.05.2009 12:39 PM
TV Worldwide launches Internet TV studio with JVC cameras

Equipped with JVC ProHD cameras, Virginia-based TV Worldwide recently expanded its facility to 12,000sq ft to create one of the largest dedicated Internet TV studios in the United States.

As TV Worldwide’s primary cameras, JVC’s ProHD cameras are used for its 12 Internet TV channels for both studio and ENG production. The ProHD GY-HD200s are mounted in the center of TV Worldwide’s new studio and are able to rotate to capture any of the company’s seven Internet TV channel studio sets. With the studio setup, the production crew can use up to eight cameras depending on the program and audience configuration.

When on the road, the production crew travels with four cameras covering events live via ENG remotes, which are webcast on TV Worldwide’s Internet channels.

For more information, visit http://www.jvc.com/pro.

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