Sinclair’s Fox 45 in Baltimore debuts new home
Sinclair’s flagship station, WBFF Fox 45 in Baltimore, debuted a complete studio makeover last week courtesy of Devlin Design Group, part of a larger infrastructure upgrade.
The design, which includes the latest technology, aims to also embrace the heritage of the community while increasing production values on-air.
“Sinclair Broadcast Group has been at the forefront of industry-changing events and technological advances. For our ‘home office’ we had to have a high-tech information hub for WBFF’s dynamic news operation. Team DDG delivered a design that energizes the entire staff and serves the community. The historic touches throughout the set honor the heritage of Baltimore and our founder,” said Mark Nadeau, Sinclair Broadcast Group, Director of TV Production.
The main anchor area boasts three LED arrays with a large storytelling wall positioned on the right, created from fourteen monitors configured in a 7×2 array.
The set’s weather area includes a 4×2 vertical video wall along with a moveable weather pod.
The lifestyle set has three, 75” monitors which allow for easy branding and topical graphic insertion. All of the set’s technology was provided by Primeview.
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