The Lighting Design Group installed several compact and powerful Braq Cube LED fixtures to illuminate the Bloomberg News broadcast studio in Hong Kong and match its overall design aesthetic.
VIETV-Houston chose RoscoLED Tape to illuminate their news set. They found it to be much easier to use than the LED tape they had installed in previous studios.
In order to broadcast live at the end of each stage of the Tour de France, NBC Sports hires a mobile studio equipped with RoscoVIEW – enabling its viewers to see the cycling action in the background.
Al Jazeera recently built two revolutionary broadcast production facilities in London and Qatar – both of which featured floor-to-ceiling windows outfitted with RoscoVIEW to showcase the studios’ panoramic views.
The new MBC Group studios in Dubai and Riyadh are filled with state-of-the-art broadcasting technology – including Rosco Silk LED soft lights, Braq Cube WNC LED fixtures and almost 4 km of RoscoLED Tape.
Two high-profile news crews chose to use Rosco’s Silk 210 LED fixtures to illuminate their broadcast sets at the 2016 Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia.
From the streets of Santiago, Chile, to the domes of the Kremlin – see how RoscoVIEW has become the #1 solution for broadcasters around the world that want to incorporate their surrounding landscapes into the background of their set design.
Acclaimed lighting designer Adrian Goldberg shares how he used the advantages of LED tape to quickly, easily and affordably enhance CTV’s broadcast set for the 2012 Olympics. Find out how you can put these set design tips to work in your next project using Rosco’s new RoscoLED Tape.