New York, USA
If you are looking to broadcast live from New York, AP offers a range of broadcast facilities tailored for your news coverage.
From fully equipped studios, with edit suites and workspace, to live positions with views of the city’s skylines, our facilities in New York provide everything your correspondents need to cover the story.
Single-camera balcony position at the AP Bureau New York overlooking the Manhattan skyline and World Trade Center.
Single and multi-camera 'street live’ positions overlooking the UN headquarters and flags. No credentials are required to access Press Island (except during UNGA).
Single-camera position inside AP's New York Newsroom, also includes master control, and numerous video monitors. Broadcasters can customize with logos of their station.
Single-camera studio with various backgrounds, including live feeds of downtown Manhattan, Times Square and NYSE.
Multi-camera studio with a variety of backgrounds and master control access.
Single-camera glass studio inside UN Secretariat building, overlooking the UN lawn and flags. UN credentials are required to access this location.
- 1-man crew, 2-man crew, producer (all multilingual)
- International delivery via AP's satellite and fibre networks
- Local connectivity to the New York Switch, Encompass (Waterfront), VYVX and AVOC (via AP Washington DC)
- Lip mic
- LiveU technology for 3G/4G transmission available
- Beta SP
- Beta SX
- DV Cam
- Mini DV
- XD Cam
- SD PAL
- SD NTSC