The University of Tennessee’s Studio for the Future

MHM User| 18 Dec 2014| 0 comments | News

The new Ray and Lucy Hand Digital Studio opened on November 24th. The studio, 18 months in the building but decades in the making, shoots Tennessee to the forefront of on-campus studio space and video production. The digital studio is actually comprised of two large studio areas, one on the north side of the Neyland-Thompson Sports Center, the other on the south side of the Anderson Training Center. Both studios can be configured in multiple ways to produce a variety of programming for the SEC Network, the Vol Network and other in-house productions. The project was a Joint Venture between McCarty Holsaple McCarty Architects and COPE architecture. Rouse Construction was the contractor.   For more information, click the link provided:

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