Tuesday, February 8, 2011


While the facade is grouted, the inside continues to be worked on by diligent craftsmen.  It won't be long before the Princess will receive her full-color make-up - both inside and out!

I think the most important thing you should notice in these interior photos, besides how pretty, clean, and white the inside is becoming, is that the stage extension has been completed.  

Note how much further the stage will extend into the setting (click on the photos to enlarge) least six feet further than before.  Of course, the new stage flooring will have to be added, and the foundation blocks will have to be covered, but for now we can see that the Princess stage will be able to accommodate the largest of ensembles.

Up in the balcony, the walls are speckled, awaiting paint, and the projector booth is awaiting its new state-of-the-art equipment.  You can also see, upstairs and down, that wood accents have been applied to the tops and sides of the dividing walls, and along the length of the auditorium wall.

Next door, at Channel 15, Bill Radice continues to educate himself on the video equipment and experiment with the "green screen".  Just like the networks, sets will be electronically projected around the on-air talent.

The station's computer programs, and "point-and-click switcher", will allow talent to be placed amidst almost any type of setting, greatly enhancing Channel 15's programming quality.

There is still a lot to do to get the TV station operating like it has been envisioned, but Bill needs the added help of enthusiastic Roane County students.  That help should come in short order and the programming will become more and more refined.
Also, for those out of town Princess lovers, the essential piece of equipment allowing Internet viewers access to programming has been ordered.  So, it won't be long before you can view all the great programs via the Internet.  I'll let you know when that happens!

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