City Opens New State of Art Television Studio

A longtime plan to take the City's television operations to new heights finally became a reality recently with the opening of a new television studio.

For several years, Communication Director Kim Womack worked alongside Multimedia Manager Rick De Leon and other department representatives, to bring the City the latest state of the art broadcast technology. The sound proof studio has four sets with different backgrounds that can be used for all types of video productions all made possible by cable franchise fees. There are remote controlled cameras and LED lighting, all of which are operated through a new control room. The equipment also allows the City to broadcast emergency news conferences.

"We're limitless, we now have the tools to get information out to citizens directly," Womack said.