Universal Studios Orlando During Remodeling
The new radio studios at Universal Studios Orlando were installed in
a relatively short time. As is expected with any remodeling project,
time and effort were put into planning the change to minimize the down
time. While this is not an active radio station per se, the facility
hosts several stations per week in addition to serving as the main
audio production facility for the entire theme park.
The photos below show the remodeling in progress as equipment is delivered, unpacked, assembled and installed.
Want to see the final product? Read the Facility Showcase from the October 2002 issue by following this link.
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