Our venue has a 12×20 foot stage with a podium, a 13,000-watt sound system, two 150” video projectors, a club-style lighting system designed for dances and other music events, and easy load in and load out. It’s also an ideal location for a live band!
Studio 4 can accommodate up to 200 guests seated at tables (or 300 seated theater style). Tables and chairs are available directly from Studio 4 or you may choose rentals from one of the area vendors.
During your event, the museum is open and available for you to browse the displays of historic and vintage memorabilia. It’s a great icebreaker for people who don’t necessarily know each other!
Photo opportunities are numerous throughout the museum, with the most notable for groups being the Channel 56 news studio and FoxFlix set rescued from the Fox51 building in Longview. Of course the 1949 Dumont Telecruiser, a gleaming restoration of one of the very first remote broadcast vehicles ever built, is a photo opportunity you cannot find anywhere else in the world.
There’s so much more to explore during your next event at the Texas Broadcast Museum in Kilgore, TX.