Founded in 1983, Non Stop TV produces content and provides audio, video and sophisticated post-production services for top rank clients in Latin America, Europe and Asia. With a staff of over 450, this 25,000m² complex creates over 800 hours of programming each year for Disney Channel, Sony, Fox Sports, History Channel and many other leading broadcast/cinema content producers.
For thirty years Non Stop TV has lived up to its name as one of the most prolific production entities in Latin America. Its ONLINE department offers post production for feature length films, commercials, videos and TV programming. By 2010, this hugely successful complex had outgrown it’s original home. The company owners reached out to WSDG for architectural and acoustic design for a new 130,000 sq. ft. facility to be built in the former home of a leading film production studio. WSDG was tasked with developing the entire, full service broadcast media production complex.
WSDG developed a multi-purpose, state of the art, facility that includes six individual shooting stages and a full complement of support services. Non Stop’s largest component is Studio Six, a 10,000 sq. ft. sound stage dedicated to the production of original Disney Channel programming for Latin America. Amenities include a spacious sound stage, (5) dressing rooms, video library, electronic art department, and offline editorial suites. Non Stop TV also features two 5,000 sq. ft. stages; a 4000 sq. ft. stage with a spacious main control room and a 1000 sq. ft. stage (devisable into two separate 500 sq. ft. studios designed for multi-format production, recording and live transmission.
Technology includes a six-channel HD EVS XT series server controlled by an EVS’ IPDirector suite of video production management application; Final Cut PRO with centralized storage and full fiber optics connectivity. Completed in 2012, Non Stop TV’s new facility is poised to maintain its position as the hub of Latin American entertainment programming production for the foreseeable future.
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