News Circular tracking LED video wall for ESPN new scenic

Circular tracking LED video wall for ESPN new scenic

Circular tracking LED video wall for ESPN new scenic

ESPN (Entertainment and Sports Programming Network) in Connecticut took the wraps off its new studio on 14th of May, Two programs: "Outside the Lines" by Bob Ley on Monday broadcasting the depth of the story or the story behind the players and “E: 60” on Sunday news will be applied at the new Studio Z. The new scenic, designed by Clickspring, follows a circular theme with 360-degree circular tracking LED video wall technology from AV Design Services and DesignLED.


ESPN Studio Z adopts a total of six LED displays, almost 100 sqm. Three customized concave curved display displays rigging to a circle frame track attached to the ceiling can act as one or following the curve of the space to create three separate presentation points (three section displays dimensions are 1) 6'10"H x 11'10"W, 2) 6'10"H x 7'10"W, 3) 6'10"H x 3'11"W and all respectively assembled by AmflexPro series P1.9mm modules). 

There is a large concave LED display (6'10"H x 27'-6-7/10"W assembled by AmflexPro series P1.9mm) standing beside the three section displays with special hollow design to allow a crystal glass flowing through and layering in front the led display. Plus alone site have another 2pcs primary fixed displays (7'10"H x 15'1"W & 11'9"H X 10'6"w with Amflex Pro series P2.5mm).

This project will be a milestone at US broadcast studio market.

The following media reports from Newscaststudio:

ESPN’s ‘Outside the Lines’ goes flexible in show update

ESPN prepping new format, studio for ‘E:60’ franchise