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When the studios were completed, all three stations were transitioned on one weekend. The two FMS were switched on a Saturday, and the AM was switched on a Sunday. This meant that Monday morning had three morning shows launching from studios all at once.
The building itself has several unique features. There is a large atrium in the center, which includes a five-storey bio wall. This wall uses plants to naturally clean the air and reduce energy consumption. There is also a three-storey slide that starts at the top of the lounge and runs into the Atrium.
Looking back, Coldwell says the long time frame from inception to completion (four years) was a challenge. Trying to plan that far ahead was not easy. In some cases, desired equipment was not yet available. As the project progressed, some equipment was updated before it was even purchased. Still Coldwell is proud of what he contributed to the project, and he calls it a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Adderlink Infinity IP KVM System
APC AP7750, AP7752, AP7930
Argosy Mirage NC 24
AudioScience ASI 5111, ASI5044
Belden 3612 enhanced CAT-6, GigiBix, patch panels
Bose Companion 3
Digidesign C/24, ProTools 003, ProTools 192, ProTools HD2 PCIe Core
Electronic Metal Form racks
iMediaTouch automation, Logger
Junger Level Magic LT
Midas Venice 320
Moseley SL9003Q Starlink
Neumann BCM 104, U-87
NewTek Tricaster TCXD300 HD
Omnia 6 EX, One
Omnimount 30.0, SCM-UA
RVA Canada mic flags
Sennheiser ew-135g3, ew-300IEM
Tannoy Precision 8D, Reveal 6 Speakers
Telos NX-12, ProFiler, Zephyr Xstream
Vaddio HD-18 HD PTZ camera, Precision Camera Controller
Ward Beck POD 6B, QSP2/D
Wheatstone E6 1616, E6 2020, E6 Virtual Mixers, GP8, TDM Bridge, Wheatnet Blade 88ad
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Photos by Richard Johnson (unless noted)
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