TV / Radio Studios
NASCAR Productions features five state-of-the-art studios to produce quality television and radio content for clients. We coordinate all aspects of production, from technical details to wardrobe and makeup.
Studio 43, named after the famous Petty blue Dodge driven by NASCAR legend Richard Petty, is our largest studio at 3,800 square feet. This versatile, flexible studio includes 9-foot-by-9-foot access doors to accommodate large props, such as race cars. A VIP entrance also provides privacy for high-profile talent and guests.
Studio 3, dedicated to late NASCAR legend Dale Earnhardt, is a 1,400 square-foot studio that is ideal for smaller commercial productions, taped show interviews and live interviews with local and national media.
The NASCAR News Center is a 1,100 square-foot studio located near the entrance to the NASCAR Hall of Fame. This unique presence offers clients the potential for spirited crowd interaction in a plaza-style setting. The cutting-edge production area includes a control room, edit bay, office space, dressing rooms and a green room, with fiber-optic connections to our main technical facilities.
NASCAR Productions also features twin radio studios that can be used independently or configured into a studio and control room. Each studio, which boasts a full complement of ISDN and POTS lines and an MATV system, can seat a technical host and five guests at its Wheatstone Evolution 6 digital console.
An HD control room provides a hub connected to all studios with intercom and audio for clients with multiple productions.