Moonlink Studios, Studio39 Productions Connect to The Switch
Moonlink Studios and their creative partner, Ringside Creative, have recently installed a 1.485 Gbps HD-SDI connection from their Downtown Detroit Studio to The Switch – Detroit. In addition, Studio39 Productions in Fort Wayne, Indiana, has a connection to The Switch – Indianapolis thru WFYI , to provide national live feeds throughout The Switch network.
Moonlink Studios Connects Downtown Detroit Studio to The Switch – Detroit
With its connection, Moonlink Studios and their studio facilities in Detroit, Ann Arbor, and Southfield are now exclusively available to customers on The Switch Network.
Moonlink’s Detroit Studio, located on 1407 Randolph Street in Detroit, is just steps away from Comerica Park, Ford Field, Joe Louis Arena, Detroit Opera House, GM Headquarters and Cobo Center. The Detroit studio provides a high definition facility for live interviews, satellite media tours, tape play outs and transmission 24/7 for News, Sports, Entertainment and Corporate Broadcasts from the Greater Detroit area.
Moonlink Studios, headquartered in Oak Park, MI, provides single and multi camera high-definition live production and tape feed services to network broadcasters, as well as sports and entertainment news outlets across the country and around the globe. Moonlink Studios is a full service production company, who can customize their packages to fit all of your production and creative needs.
Studio39 Connects to The Switch
Studio39 Productions in Fort Wayne, Indiana, has a connection to The Switch – Indianapolis thru WFYI , to provide national live feeds throughout The Switch network.
Studio39 has provided and continues to provide live shots for major domestic and international news organizations, using their 5,400 sq.ft. studio and numerous sets. Full 1080i HD switching with five dedicated HD cameras—one on a 14 ft. camera crane, four with teleprompter and program return–animated graphics and clip playback are also available.
Studio39 in Fort Wayne (in the northeast corner of Indiana), is close to I-80/90 and I-69. Services are available year round – broadcast schedule permitting.