The Washington, D.C., studio for ABC News which debuted on Sunday, November 7, 2021. The space includes 360 degrees of LED video displays to provide flexibility for multiple programs across ABC News and ABC News Live.
The studio is primarily used by Sunday political show “This Week” when hosted by Martha Raddatz.
ABC News’ top-rated morning program “Good Morning America” unveiled a bold & bright new look, including upgraded graphics and massive updates to its second floor studio in Times Square. The overhauled second floor builds on many of the design themes introduced in 2019 and woven into the show’s look elsewhere.
HBO’s Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel, the most honored investigative sports newsmagazine series, featuring in-depth reports by correspondents including Mary Carillo, Bernard Goldberg, Soledad O’Brien, Andrea Kremer & Jon Frankel. The new studio features sweeping views of Manhattan & adds flexibility for the show while better capturing Gumbel’s architectural taste.
Comedy Central’s “Tha God’s Honest Truth” is an issues-driven late-night talk show hosted by Lenard “Charlamagne Tha God” McKelvey.
NBC News’ flagship news program, Nightly News with Lester Holt, moved into the famed Studio 1A in Rockefeller Center. The move brings a distinct new look & feel to the Nightly broadcast, adding the flexibility of a myriad of video walls & studio positions already present. The design is careful to transform the space, making a unique & purposeful home for Nightly within the Today Show’s longtime home.
For the 2021 MLB season, Turner Sports moved ‘MLB on TBS’ into a new home in Studio D at WarnerMedia Studios in Atlanta. The redesign features a sleek & dramatic interpretation of a baseball diamond, bringing a new, standout look to TBS’ baseball coverage. With impressive modern architectural elements & state-of-the-art AR technology, the new studio creates a dynamic storytelling environment.
TNT debuted its ‘NHL on TNT’ set in Studio F at WarnerMedia Studios in Atlanta, GA in time for the puck to drop on the 2021 season, marking the beginning of Turner Sports’ multi-year NHL broadcast rights contract. The striking set brings a Turner feel to NHL coverage, utilizing the latest in projection mapping, lighting & display technology to create a modern stadium set grounded in the hockey elements of ice, sweat & steam.
NBC’s coverage of the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games (held in 2021 due to the COVID-19 Pandemic) were the most expansive ever, featuring over 7,000 hours of coverage over the 17 days of competition. LDG provided the lighting for all of NBC’s Tokyo-based operation, including three studios in the International Broadcast Center, two ‘TV tower’ remote studios, numerous venue commentary & standup positions, and the NBC Primetime set on the roof of the Hilton Tokyo Odaiba, overlooking the Rainbow Bridge & Tokyo Bay.
Studio 7 and Studio 11 for CCTV13, the news channel of China Central Television, that debuted in September 2019. The two spaces total over 2,000 sq ft of space, featuring a sleek design with high gloss finishes & a full compliment of flexible, modern LED technology elements, bringing flexibility to CCTV’s daily programming.