TAUNTON, MA – Founded in 1637 by members of the Plymouth Colony, Taunton is one of the oldest towns in the US, but it’s always had a young outlook. More than two hundred years after its founding, it became a pioneering center of railroad locomotive production. This forward looking streak is alive and well in 2015, as evidenced by the new multi-functional production studio at Taunton Community Access and Media (TCAM) that utilizes Ovation LED ellipsoidal and Fresnel fixtures from CHAUVET Professional.
Jonathan Lipsy, manager of broadcast and lighting at Ockers Company, designed the flexible studio for the public access television station. “My role in this project was to create a cutting-edge lighting design that would enable TCAM to create practically any show that walked through the door,” said the LD. “Being a community access television station, TCAM does not create its own programming, but instead develops content that the public brings to it.”
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