Las Vegas Video Production Company Opens Television Studio In New Facility

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Las Vegas-based D A V Productions announced the completion of their television production studio. Their goal was to fill a void in the Las Vegas market by creating a professional studio environment for broadcast and industrial production.

Las Vegas-based D A V Productions announced the completion of their television production studio which is already being used for video and film projects.

“Studio A” measures 1,300 square feet and features white seamless walls, a wraparound drape track, and an overhead grid with 48 dimmable channels of lighting.

“Most of our competitors in this market have an odd-size room which lacks the flexibility and features that a professional television production studio should have,” according to Amy Quigg, Director of Multimedia for D A V Productions. “Our goal was to create a professional studio environment to fill a void in our market.” “Details like a double entrance for sound isolation, available three-phase power, and thoughtful design of the control room make this one of the best choices for clients needing a production studio in Las Vegas.”

The control room features a 20 foot wide window overlooking the studio and a wraparound desk/console for equipment, engineers, producers and clients. Adjacent to the control room is “Studio B”, a 10 foot by 12 foot audio studio complete with a voiceover recording booth.

Near the studio is the green room, and several open workstations for producers, coordinators, and production assistants.

“Now that this facility is complete, we’ll produce broadcast spots here; many of our advertising agency clients are already booked to use the studio,” points out Ryan League, Director of Sales for D A V Productions. “But most of our business is corporate and industrial -- training films, internal communications, documentaries, tradeshow new media, and all varieties of supporting video. But to serve all of our needs -- broadcast and industrial -- we’ve created a true ‘television production studio’ and that’s really the best way to characterize it.”

In addition to providing the studio space, D A V Productions has the equipment and staff to handle any size production. “High definition and 24p widescreen productions are just a regular part of what we do” says Quigg. “And with our dedication to continual re-investment in production and editing equipment, typical ‘standard definition’ projects can be produced more affordably and efficiently than ever.”

D A V Productions can be reached at (702) 795-8805 or visited online at http://www.davproductions.com

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