WISH Indianapolis Finishes Studio Renovations

DuJuan McCoy, owner-president-CEO of Circle City Broadcasting, announced the completion of studio renovations at its CW affiliate WISH Indianapolis. The studio is complete with a 30-foot curved 4K video wall that is the largest of its kind currently in use by a TV station in the Midwest, according to Derek Meyers, CEO of Neoti, a dvLED company with a strong presence in the broadcast market.

“This project puts WISH-TV on a very short list of studios with this quality and scope of technology,” Meyers said. “We are honored to be selected as the partner for the innovative project, especially given that we are headquartered just up the road in Bluffton, Ind. The new 4K wall delivers exceptional quality video, and I know the viewers will appreciate the results.”

“The new innovative studio is designed with the viewer in mind,” McCoy said. “The studio shows our commitment to offering the best news service to our community, and the technological advancements are our way of investing in the future of news.”

The studio now has more than 300 individual panels. The curved video wall provides the best image quality available on the market today, according to WISH, with a pixel pitch of 1.5 mm which equates to a pixel-by-pixel 4K for graphics, images and videos.

The new set is also complimented and enhanced by a new 3D animated graphics and lighting package.

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