KQED partners with CVS
By Frank Bella, February 28, 2013

Bay Area TV station KQED - a PBS affiliate station - has partnered with CVS several times to record community events on location for broadcast during prime time.  KQED turned to CVS to lower production costs while maintaining the stringnent PBS network quality standards required for HD production.  CVS typically will provide their HD flypack system and from 4 to 6 cameras to record the events at Bay Area venues.  The recordings are edited and broadcast during primetime by KQED throughout the year.   With the very cost effective CVS HD flypack, KQED management is finding it more and more affordable to produce high quality HD coverage of these important events - allowing the PBS station to expand the number of annual events broadcast for the community.  CVS owner Frank Bella said "the station enjoys the fact that our entire HD system can be fit into a tiny store room or closet back stage - literally bringing the power of an entire TV studio on location and squeezing into a footprint never before possible".  CVS is scheduled to partner with KQED for shows throughout 2012 and 2013.

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