Washington, DC’s leading public radio station, WAMU88.5, more than doubled its size recently by outfitting a 48,000 square foot facility with world class broadcast technology. The American University-licensed media giant commissioned Communications Engineering, Inc. (CEI) to engineer the design and build state-of-the-a
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The Voice of America (VOA) is an international multimedia broadcaster providing service in 44 languages. Serving an estimated weekly global audience of 123 million, VOA provides news, information and cultural programming through the Internet, mobile and social media, radio and television. Operating from Washington DC,
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Anyone with experience working with a national news organization will tell you how important and vital their Washington, DC Bureau is to their operation and competitiveness. Fox News Channel, (FNC), is no different, as many hours of FNC national programing originates from DC every day. So when it was time to make major u
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When the Washington Redskins kick off the 2010 regular season against the Dallas Cowboys this Sunday, fans will be treated to a completely new stadium experience thanks to a comprehensive high-definition (HD) upgrade to the FedExField video control room and infrastructure by Communications Engineering, Inc. (CEI).
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Communications Engineering, Inc. (CEI) announced today the successful completion of a comprehensive high-definition (HD) upgrade and expansion of the studio and news facilities for Comcast SportsNet Mid-Atlantic in Bethesda, Md., enabling all of the network’s news and entertainment programming to be delivered in HD.
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Communications Engineering, Inc. (CEI) today announced a significant milestone for the new NASCAR high-definition (HD) production center in Charlotte, NC – a new radio production area that is being put into action with today’s opening of the NASCAR Hall of Fame.
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Communications Engineering, Inc. (CEI) announced today that it has completed the integration and installation of a high-definition (HD) studio and control room with editing suite upgrades for the National Air and Space Museum’s new “Moving Beyond Earth” exhibition, located in the museum in Washington, DC. ...
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