ORLANDO, Fla.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Afrotainment, the leader in polycultural Black content in North America opens a 30,000 sf. Digital Television Studio conveniently located in the heart of Orlando's tourism district, less than 2 miles from Universal Studios Florida. The new multimillion dollar facility is primarily designed to accommodate daily productions of AFRO TV, a network launched and supported by Comcast in 2018.
The state of the art facility located at 7220 International Drive boasts a 220 seat auditorium; 2 versatile TV studios with live audience; a 180-degree cyclorama; a music recording studio; 2 master control rooms; an event hall and other television production support rooms.
“This major strategic investment during these trying times reiterates our commitment to produce and broadcast high quality multicultural Black content,” said Yves Bollanga, Afrotainment Founder & CEO.
Engineered to reduce complexities, time to market and costs inherent with production of high quality digital content, the fully equipped television studio is a producer's dream.
As part of its corporate social responsibility Afrotainment intends to make the facility available to seasoned producers looking to create high quality digital content in a controlled environment.
Visit www.afrotainment.us for more information or watch AFRO TV on Comcast Xfinity Channel 1623.