rgb GmbH Brings Swiss TV Shows Alive with GLP Mighty atoms

rgb GmbH Brings Swiss TV Shows Alive with GLP Mighty atoms

GLP’s tiny impression X4 atom static LED heads have featured as imposing backdrops in two recent prime time television shows on Switzerland’s SRF 1 (Schweizer Radio und Fernsehen) TV channel.

For both shows — respectively Die größten Schweizer Talente 2016 (DGST) and Hello Again — the lighting design was entrusted to Lutz Hugo Kleine-Herzbruch, managing director of Essen-based rgb gmbh.
 

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First aired in 2011, and now in its fourth season, DGST is based on the British show, Britain’s Got Talent and broadcasts at prime time on Saturday evenings. Meanwhile, back for its third series on a Saturday night, Hello Again is a pop show specializing in ‘Schlager’ music, and moderated by Roman Kilchsperger.
 

rgb GmbH Brings Swiss TV Shows Alive with GLP Mighty atoms

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The Bodensee Arena in Kreuzlingen was the location for both shows, and in each case 54 of GLP’s new X4 atoms were used to create a vivid background after rgb had been introduced to them by GLP.
 

rgb GmbH Brings Swiss TV Shows Alive with GLP Mighty atoms

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About GLP (German Light Products)
Founded by Udo Kuenzler in 1994 and headquartered in Karlsbad in Southern Germany, GLP (German Light Products GmbH) this year celebrates its 20th anniversary. GLP is a leading manufacturer of cutting edge lighting technology equipment and in recent years has been at the forefront of LED technology in the use of entertainment lighting. The company’s award winning X4 S series has become a standard around the world, specified by top LDs for its versatile and packed feature set. Constantly expanding its product range, GLP is committed to bringing environmentally friendly lighting technology to designers without expecting them to compromise in their artistic expectations. In 2009, GLP purchased the German video company G-LEC and increased its global presence by establishing a subsidiary in Los Angeles, USA, and in Hong Kong the following year.
 

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