MADISON HEIGHTS, Mich., Oct. 18 /PRNewswire/ -- KDN Videoworks, Inc. becomes one of the first studios around the country to offer High Definition fiber video feeds. KDN Videoworks, based in Madison Heights, Michigan added a HD (high definition) video transmission line used by broadcast and cable networks for live interviews with politicians, business leaders, professional athletes and celebrities. Networks include ABC, NBC, CNN, CNBC, ESPN, Fox, and PBS.
"There's more demand than ever for live interviews and it's moving to HD," said Blair Somberg, KDN's Manager of Broadcast Operations. "We've been providing studio 'live shots' for over a decade as Detroit remains strong in the headlines with continuing stories about the economy, the auto industry, entertainment and sports."
Recently, television stars Michael Imperioli and James McDaniel of ABC's Detroit 1-8-7 appeared live from KDN studios, seen by viewers worldwide. KDN provides regular live shots for programs the ESPN's Nash Car Now and CNN's Nancy Grace.
KDN has been providing video production services for national and international television programs for more than twenty years and began delivering live video from its studios in 1999. The new HD line gives KDN Videoworks and their clients the ability to deliver broadcast quality video with speed and reliability throughout the world.
KDN Videoworks, Inc. (www.kdnvideo.com) is a full service video production facility, specializing in broadcast, corporate, and satellite communications. KDN also produces videos for businesses helping them communicate more powerfully and efficiently. The company is located in Madison Heights, Michigan. For more information about KDN and live television production please visit www.kdnvideo.com, www.uplynx.tv, www.mobiletvstudio.com
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