The approval allows WBITN — which stands for We Build It New — to move into a 4,172 square foot audio-visual studio on the lower level of the River Place South complex (1011 Arlington Blvd). The arrangement includes 15 parking spaces.
In a video tour, Chief Editor Diane Kim said the new studio will include two TV studios, photography studios, a DIY studio, a video editing room and audio room, and a room for hair and makeup.
“Great things are coming for WBITN,” Kim said. “Thanks for watching and I’ll see you here.”
The item was approved as part of the Board’s consent agenda with no objections or discussion.
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