FAIR Opens D.C. Studio For Talkers' Use
April 9, 2009 at 6:11 PM (PT)
The FEDERATION FOR AMERICAN IMMIGRATION REFORM (FAIR) has opened its new state-of-the-art, ISDN equipped radio broadcast studio at its 25 Massachusetts Avenue, NW CAPITOL HILL headquarters in WASHINGTON. The studio allows FAIR to upgrade the audio quality for the 350-plus radio interviews it conducts each year and to provide a free, turn-key location for radio talk hosts needing a full-service broadcast site during visits to WASHINGTON.
"In today’s tight economy and budget cutbacks at stations, we’re delighted to extend a no cost broadcast option for talk hosts traveling to WASHINGTON," said FAIR Communications Director BOB DANE. "It’s a way of saying thank you to the hundreds of talk hosts who have been stalwart allies in the battle for sensible immigration policy. Be our guest -– and rest assured, there are no expectations that you talk immigration!"
The studio is equipped with one host, and two guest positions, featuring 3 ELECTRO-VOICE RE-20 microphones, 3 SYMETRIX 528E Voice Processors, a HARRIS Stereo Mixer digital board, a TELOS ISDN unit, an APEX Compellor, and assorted other audio components.
To reserve, contact DANE at (202) 328-7004; FAIR says that it reserves the right to approve and/or deny all inquires for use.