Own the Airwaves with Custom LED Display Technology

New and advanced broadcast design technologies are helping TV stations create captivating studio environments and sets that keep viewers enthralled and visually engaged. Direct-view LED display technology is becoming increasingly economical, and being utilized in a variety of eye-popping applications that can truly set studios apart. LED technology has long been a front-runner for broadcast set designers, used in everything from backlit color changing panels and other scenic elements, to ticker displays and of course, in-studio lighting. Seize attention and hold viewers like never before by staying on the forefront of broadcast set design with the use of seamless LED display technology.

The biggest trend on sets around the country are large LED video walls. These walls enhance stories and bring them to life in order to better connect with the audience. While tiled LCD TV walls have been the norm in the past, as pricing for slim and seamless LED display panels continues to decrease, more and more stations are able to afford this exciting technology. This can be a very economical investment since it brings almost unlimited flexibility to the set.

One recently completed Neoti broadcast studio project included both a large 6-foot-wide by 8-foot-tall traditional video wall, as well as an eye-catching 2-foot-wide by 8-foot-tall column. The context for this project was for a nationally broadcast morning show targeting a millennial audience. When you consider how visually-sophisticated millennials are, it becomes clear that the old-school approach of using LCD monitors in a tiled wall presentation with visible bezels just won’t cut it anymore.

With Neoti’s commitment to the full scope and context of an LED display project, we recognize and understand the unique demands of a live broadcast environment. Whether it is power and signal redundancy, on-site technical support, fast LED service & repair handled by Neoti engineers in the U.S., or batch-matched inventory held especially for a project, we take our commitment to our customers very seriously.

It is easy to take any broadcast studio to the next level with Neoti’s cutting-edge display solutions. Build video walls of any size to communicate more clearly to your audience, or let Neoti design a solution to fit your unique and custom specifications. Our award-winning Ace Block fine pixel pitch series of LED displays are ready for prime time, with cableless connections and a front-serviceable design, all while offering superior black levels, color uniformity, and viewing angles. The Ace Block series offers pixel pitch options as low as 0.9mm, allowing for close-range placement of both talent and cameras.

If you believe a video wall is out of your budget, contact Neoti to make sure, as you just may be happily surprised. Neoti also rents a variety of displays, so make sure to set your creativity on over-drive the next time your team is planning something exciting for a special event or for a sweeps period. Neoti’s stand-out quality is creativity, and our standout priority is relationships. We aim to provide our customers with an expert and fulfilling journey from project conception, to installation, and beyond.

To learn more about our unique and cutting edge solutions for the broadcast market that will help you engage your audience, visit our Broadcast market page.

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