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SATV Gets A Brand New Studio

SATV invested in a $300,000 studio

SAN ANGELO, TX - SATV recently invested in a brand new studio.

"We can come on flip on the lights, flip on the cameras and do it right away," says Public Information Officer, Anthony Wilson. "With the television lighting, and with the sound, and with the camera's, and with the set, we are able to produce a product that's going to be more inviting to viewers."

The new studio is flexible for all kinds of content.

"We could move set pieces around to do different things, evoke different environments," says Wilson.

The studio cost about $300,000, but no tax fees were used. Instead, Wilson used PEG fees.

"PEG fees are for public, educational, and governmental access channels, and it's a fee that the local cable provider must provide to us, as part of their franchise agreement," says Wilson.

SATV Studios not only has a studio, but also a vocal booth and a control room.

"We can live cut a show and when it's done, we are actually done with it and there is no post production time," says City Videographer, Brian Groves.

Besides the cameras, the equipment in the studio is new.

"We now have a vocal booth, before we would do voice overs in our office," says Groves, "and before we would have elevator dings and people walking down the hall, and those things don't mix."

SATV can now do live broadcasts right there in the story.

"The sky is kind of the limit on what we're going to try to do," says Groves. "We are brainstorming things trying to find out whats next."

With the sky being the limit, SATV has big plans for their upcoming shows.

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