Chicago Bears Network

Chicago Bears Football Club
Lake Forest, Illinois
Office
Peter Hyde Design / Provost Studio
Team
Peter Hyde, Associate Production Designer
Peter Provost, Production Designer
David Catalano, Designer
Fabricator / Project Managment
Chicago Scenic Studios
Size
2,200 SF
Status
On Air 2013


Broadcast Production Design

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  • The new 2,200-sf broadcast studio for the Chicago Bears Network is part of an addition and expansion project for the existing Chicago Bears Football Club in Lake Forest, IL. The studio space is organized into two main zones: hard news main anchor area and informal stand-up “locker room” area. Flexibility is provided for multiple show lineups by utilizing custom drop-down graphic panels, LED color shifting, internally lit light box walls and AV technology.

  • Photography by Raeford Dwyer, Copyright Chicago Bears
  • Photography by Raeford Dwyer, Copyright Chicago Bears