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SSL C100 Digital Broadcast Console Streamlines Talk Shows for NBCUniversal's Stamford Media Center "The C100 gives us the power to do what we need to do very efficiently"
DMN Newswire--2013-1-10--The Stamford Media Center, a wholly owned subsidiary of NBCUniversal, recently installed a Solid State Logic C100 HDS Digital Broadcast Console in its unique audio/video control room, replacing an analogue console. Used to handle the audio for The Jerry Springer Show, Maury, Trisha Goddard and The Steve Wilkos Show, the C100 HDS provides plenty of console power in a compact control room. SSL's reputation for excellent service combined with an industry-standard user interface helped make the C100 HDS the perfect choice for this application.



"The Stamford Media Center is a re-design of a legitimate theater where the main studio room, backstage rooms and offices encompass the entire building, while the video and audio tech core are built into a permanently parked OB van," says John T. Chow, manager of technology and digital media for Stamford Media Center. "We had installation limitations that were met by the C100 without compromising on console features and power. Additionally, support has always been great with SSL as far as responsiveness and knowledgeable people helping out. This is an important factor for keeping these boards going. Getting a great console at a good price is only half the equation. Getting ongoing support after the fact is paramount. SSL and the C100 solve this problem."



The studio runs a packed schedule, producing 20 shows a week between the four titles. All four productions feature a host, guests and a live audience of approximately 200. The main differences between the shows, from a mixing point of view, deal with backstage feeds to guests and producers, as each show has its own needs in terms of types of guests including stars, just plain folk or guests from a particular group or organization What they see and hear backstage will vary greatly depending on the program.