CNBC Color Corrects With FOR-A

The business news cable network CNBC is outfitting its new Englewood Cliffs, N.J. headquarters with FOR-A color correctors and multi viewers.

CNBC purchased 18 DCC-700 MU Digital Color Correctors and will use them in three production control rooms for live programming and studio production. The units will color correct program and live feeds from six stages, and will also be used to balance color on live video projection systems used in the backgrounds of live sets.

The network will also employ two MV-94 Multi Viewers and four MV-40F quad splitters in the facility's internal 125-channel master antenna system. Anyone in the complex will be able to view on-air channels and studio outputs, and some monitors will be able to display multiple images.