FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
October 10, 2018
— [10/10/2018,New York] – The Manhattan Center remains a premier choice for any type of major event and production, whether it’s a live broadcast or a recording. Two of its main ballrooms, The Hammerstein and The Grand, have been popular choices for live events thanks to its natural acoustics, majestic architecture, and top-notch production technology.
State-of-the-Art Equipment for Live Broadcasts
Both of The Hammerstein and The Grand are outfitted with rigging points for lighting, sound, and set design, as well as the latest equipment used in recorded and live broadcasts. The Manhattan Center can accommodate live show broadcasts using as few as three cameras to a full-house live production with 12 cameras.
The two ballrooms are seamlessly integrated with the center’s in-house television studios and recording studios. This allows production teams to use the Manhattan Center’s first-rate production and post-production tools for high-quality live shows. Some of the equipment include:
• Ikegami HDK97CP/CFM HD portable cameras
• Samsung 22" LCD monitor for color correction control from Kayenne Switcher
• Riedel Acrobat wireless intercom system
• Grass Valley Kayenne 350-25 HD video switcher
• SSL C-10 audio mixing console
A Full-time Staff of Events and Production Professionals
The Manhattan Center employs a full-time staff of TV and audio engineers, lighting designers, logistics experts, and other production professionals. The expertise of the center’s support staff helps streamline and manage the live broadcasts from start to finish.
Organizers can hire these experts to ensure smooth production flow and the correct operation of the venue’s state-of-the-art equipment.
About the Manhattan Center
The Manhattan Center is a premier events space originally built in 1906. Located at 311 West 34th Street, the building has a long history of successful concerts, events, and television productions. It has hosted concerts for Grammy-winning artists like Sting and David Bowie. The Manhattan Center is home to three iconic ballrooms, two HD television studios, and two world-renowned recording studios.
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