Muskogee First Assembly was faced with a challenge many large congregations across America often face, their sanctuary of 1100 seats was nearing thirty years of use and in need of a makeover. As they began to solicit help of architects they also sought help to renovate their aging broadcast and projection systems. With the churches programs featured on TV and radio they looked for a company that could understand these needs.
Rose Media installed a full broadcast video control room complete with a large video switcher, video server, character generator and DVD recording capabilities. Three 16:9 projection screens complete with 3 chip DLP projectors where also installed. HD cameras and plasma screens in their lobby with a distributed audio system rounded out the whole project. The church leadership is very happy with the results of their remodel. It has brought new life to an aging building