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1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 70 (59)

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition
1948-49 Theatre Catalog
1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 70
Page 70

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 70

STUDIO E, the "air theatre," is truly a theatre redesigned to meet the specific requirements of broadcasting. The walls and ceilings are splayed to achieve the best acoustic eftects, in association with the cylindrical panels at the back of the stage and the Transiteecovered rockwool on

covered by a plush traveler when needed.

Splayed walls and ceilings, and the rockwool-and-Transite treatment, have been used here as in the main auditorium.

Studio G, on the second floor, is designed to create a homelike atmosphere with hardly more than a microphone to indicate there is an ttulterior" purpose. There is one, however, and that is

STUDIO A, along with its twin, Studio B. are strictly utilitarian, to accommodate a variety oi programs generally staged without audiences. While the room has aspects of storage space, the various items noted in the picture are those constantly put to good use in production of programs.

mainly auditioning. The parlor effect, with its fireplace framed in ornamental tile and the other acouterments of domesticity, should greatly minimize the typrols greatest persecution, itmike frightfi

These facilities are also used as a special speakers studio, where the great and near-great of Baltimore and Maryland may address HMy friends" in solid

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the rear wall. The stage is equipped with two sets of travelers: the wall-covering rear set is drawn when more absorption is required and the front set drawn to cut off the upstage music equipment. For the Push-Back theatre-style chairs were installed.

comfort without the distractions of commercial utility.

Control for this studio is made from the Studio E control room.

Studio H is the television studio, designed, engineered, and equipped to provide Baltimoreans with the best of locally-originating sight-and-sound entertainment when all the details with the Federal Communications Commission

STUDIO C is used by newscasters, speakers, and small groups not needing much more than one or two microphones. The acoustic treatment is similar to that of the other and more capacious studios. The control room, back of the window, is actually located in one end 01 the master-control room.

1948-49 Theatre Catalog, 7th Edition, Page 70