The Daily Show
New studio technology — network
In just two weeks, the entire cast and crew of “The Daily Show” moved from NEP Studio 54 into a new space across town in New York City from the smaller digs it had occupied since 1998. New construction to prepare the facility and make room for expanded offices and production space began in January 2005 and spanned six months.
A new Solid State Logic C100 digital audio console serves as the centerpiece of a retrofitted audio production room. The new version 2 software includes expanded I/O capacity and TouchPan.
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