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  • Daily Beat
  • NYCL earned an Emmy nomination for their design for Metro’s The Daily Beat.
  • Hard Rock Live - Bad Company
  • Taped at the Hard Rock in Orlando, this concert lighting exemplifies Rock & Roll lighting at its finest. Swooping camera angles contribute to the larger than life spectacle of the band.
  • MSNBC Silicone Summit
  • NYCL is well versed in major event lighting. MSNBC’s Silicon Summit at Stanford University featured automated fixtures that followed Tom Brokaw using a shoulder mounted transponder.
  • MSNBC Silicone Summit 2
  • A year later, and after much economic activity in the technology sector, MSBNC revisited with subject, this time in New York City.
  • Name That Video
  • As a remake of Name That Tune, Name That Video used video walls to project the music videos, which contestants had to identify. In this clip, we see what happens when the winner guesses all ten videos in a row.
  • Where in the World is Carmen SanDiego? 1
  • Where in the World is Carmen SanDIego? 2
  • Teaching children geography in a game show format proved to be a big hit for PBS and NYCL design team.
  • Shining Time Station 1
  • Shining Time Station 2
  • Starring Ringo Star, this adoring children’s show illustrates how NYCL creates a fantastical storybook look in a train depot.
  • Two Minute Drill 1
  • Two Minute Drill 2
  • ESPN’s Two Minute Drill shows the way NYCL uses atmospheric conditions to heighten the dramatic elements of this sports trivia game show.
  • Who Wants to be a Millionaire 1
  • Who Wants to be a Millionaire 2
  • Who Wants to be a Millionaire 3
  • Setting the lighting standard for the 21st Century game show, the NYCL’s design for Who Want To Be A Millionaire showed the world what can be acheived with choreographed camera, talent, and lighting sequences.
  • The Pulse 1
  • The Pulse 2
  • This news-magazine show used highly visible lighting and extreme camera angles to capture the vibe of breaking news and hot topics. Noticeable beams of light contribute to the overall atmosphere of up-to-the-minute information.