Broadcast with the Best
Welcome to the Newseum, the interactive museum of news, where state-of-the-art technological capabilities and a unique location in the heart of Washington, D.C., will provide the perfect setting for your radio or television production.
The Knight Studio and Knight Studio on Pennsylvania Avenue have played host to numerous local and national broadcast events, including ABC’s "This Week with George Stephanopoulos" and "Good Morning America," an NBC News interview with President-elect Barack Obama, major press conferences and NPR’s "Talk of the Nation."
Whether you’re looking to create a one-person webcast, a closed-circuit corporate teleconference, a live radio show, a news conference or an international television broadcast, the Newseum’s broadcast studios feature every tool you need to achieve a perfect production.
The Newseum designed the Knight Studios for quality, usability and speed. Each has the best production equipment on the market, as well as its own unique features.
Both studios are served by two HD, multi-format television control rooms, equipped with Grass Valley production switchers, Euphonix digital audio consoles and associated equipment. Master Control, the Newseum’s broadcasting nerve center, provides additional support, including a radio control room and quality control monitoring and routing for all transmissions of all television productions.
The Newseum also can produce live broadcasts from the Walter and Leonore Annenberg Theater, with seating for 450 or more people, and The New York Times—Ochs-Sulzberger Family Great Hall of News, where your graphics can be displayed on a 40-by-22-foot high-definition media screen.
To inquire about rentals and arrange a tour of the facility, contact Tim Lawrence.