DC Marketing Agency Builds Digital Media Broadcast Studio for US Embassy in Afghanistan
TriVision was recently awarded and executed a contract for the U.S. Department of State to build a media broadcast studio for the United States Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan.
The U.S. Embassy needed this media studio to produce professional public service announcements, ready-made video press releases for media stations, as well as B-roll footage to support news and information dissemination. The overall objective of the project was to get the Embassy to fully utilize the power of social networking and emerging communication technology.
TriVision was the perfect fit for this task, given their past experience having built several other studios for clients like Vice President Al Gore and the Interior Ministry of Afghanistan.
Besides the studio design and construction of the facility, TriVision also provided AV equipment procurement, installation and training.
To begin, TriVision provided the Embassy with an overall plan of action, as well as created 3D renderings of the studio designin order to meet all the RFP objectives. Upon their approval, TriVision began the construction phase of the studio.
Most of the AV equipment was ordered and delivered from the United States. After the equipment was installed, a 2-week training period took place where TriVision members trained the local Embassy staff with the operation and maintenance of the cameras and equipment.
The project was successfully completed and theU.S. Embassy in Kabul, Afghanistan is now self-sufficient in using the newly constructed media studio for all its production needs.
TriVision is proud to be part of this project and looks forward to working with the U.S. Embassy in Kabul in future projects.