“Good Morning America” HD broadcast relies on HD100U cameras

At NAB2006, JVC announced ABC's “Good Morning America” has used several of its GY-HD100s high-definition cameras since the inception of its HD broadcast.

On Nov. 3, 2005, GMA became one of the first regularly scheduled network news programs broadcast in high definition. From the opening exterior shot of GMA's Times Square headquarters, JVC's HD100 has been an integral part of the daily live HD broadcasts, capturing HD images, which are intercut with HD studio programming.

The GY-HD100 is used every morning for the opening shot of “Good Morning America” from ABC's Times Square studio in New York. In addition to the GY-HD100s used at “Good Morning America” headquarters in New York, ABC relies on the cameras for ABC News productions to intercut with material shot on high-end HD cameras. ABC's London news bureau now has three HD100s, which are used with Avid Express non-linear editors.

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