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By Peter Bloomfield

ISBN-10: 0240808037

ISBN-13: 9780240808031

This e-book explains in easy-to-comprehend language the fundamental strategies of appropriate architectural and inside layout components as directions for area making plans; construction infrastructure; structure schemes for places of work and technical amenities; shades, fabrics, and finishes; lighting fixtures; and scheduling. A Face for Radio includes:*Images and plans of the paintings of major designers of radio broadcasting amenities within the U.S. and overseas*Budgets and building schedules for various normal projects*Guidelines to stick to for versatile courses that practice to radio stations of all sizes, from significant marketplace community associates to small independents * full of superb 4-color illustrations and pictures of accomplished tasks from the authors* Real-world information of radio facility layout together with flooring plans and budgets are incorporated* effortless to stick with guidance for versatile courses that practice to radio stations of all sizes, from significant industry community associates to small independents

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Move Making the decision to move your facility is based on a variety of factors. Depending on your needs, one or all of these considerations could impact the decision. Growth Have you out grown your facility or have your facility needs changed? Changes in format, management, sales, the consolidation (combining multiple locations or departments under one roof,) corporate spin offs, change in station number – any of these or other reasons could lead to your needs to move. Own vs Lease If you own the building and the infrastructure is tired, it may be cost effective to relocate.

With the advent of current broadcast equipment such as routers and electronic storage systems, studios can become interchangeable. This versatility, if managed correctly, can greatly reduce the time when studios are not in use or can help justify the reduction of overall studio number. Production Studio Clear Channel Communications Indianapolis chapter two program development 27 Performance and Session Studios Session Studio On-Air Studio +/- 285 sq ft • seating for 6 • in-studio production Typical Space Diagrams Bloomfield & Associates, Architects 28 a face for radio +/- 300 sq ft • seating for 7 • recording equipment • performance equipment • in-house piano Session Studio Cox Radio Birmingham chapter two program development 29 Production and On-Air Studios News Desk Production Studio +/- 115 sq ft • 30” high work top • 42” high transaction top +/- 95 sq ft • 30” high work counter News Director / Expansion Office +/- 100 sq ft • under desk filing • 2 side chairs News Studio +/- 95 sq ft • 30” high work counter • 2 guest chairs Program Director’s Office +/- 225 sq ft • under desk filing • credenza • 2 side chairs • conference table, 4 chairs Typical Space Diagrams Bloomfield & Associates, Architects 30 a face for radio Configurations and fit-out of studios are predominately established by the station’s specific broadcast format.

This includes the host and guest(s) use requirements as well as site lines between adjoining studios, and general circulation and access to equipment. Air Studio Entercom Communications Boston chapter two program development 31 Engineering Space Allocation Guidelines Engineering The Engineering Department is the station’s electronic hub and its link to the rest of the world. Work space allocations for the engineering staff are based, like spaces for all other departments that are involved with a successful station’s operation, on job-related responsibilities and the carrying out of day-to-day tasks.

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