Television studio

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As a television studio production spaces of television or video productions called. A distinction is made between live broadcasts (simultaneous broadcast), recording (broadcast at a later point in time) and the production of raw material for later processing.

The structure of a television studio is similar to that of a film studio , but with specific changes to meet the needs of a television production. A television studio generally has different rooms. These are kept separate to avoid noise and for other practical reasons. Usually the recording room of a production is called a studio. This is where the moderators , cameras, backdrops and lighting are located. In addition to this recording room, the control and technical rooms are also counted as part of the studio.

Blue screen technology is used in some productions . The moderator is in front of a single-colored background, which is replaced with any other background with the help of image mixers or computers. News broadcasts in particular use this technology.

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Commons : Television studios  - collection of pictures, videos and audio files