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Studio Santa Clarita Video Show launches

New magazine-style production will feature daily local news stories filmed out in the community

Posted: February 15, 2013 2:00 a.m.
Updated: February 15, 2013 2:00 a.m.
 

Studio Santa Clarita, a video feature magazine looking at daily life in the Santa Clarita Valley, is now showing on signalscv.com. On page A2 of The Signal daily print edition, you can also scan the QR code and watch the latest show on your mobile device.

A new show will be posted online daily Monday through Friday highlighting the people, events, trends and places that make the SCV a great place to live.

“The Santa Clarita Valley is full of interesting stories and people and every weekday this show will try to capture this,” said Vince Johnson, chief multimedia officer for Signal Multimedia. “We’re excited about it because there is so much in the SCV to feature and we want to tell these stories in a visual way.”

Signal Multimedia has constructed an open-air, virtual set studio as the focal point in the newsroom which will serve as a backdrop for some of the show’s segments. It also features a large floor-to-ceiling screen for viewing video productions.

Most segments will be filmed out in the SCV community where people work, live and enjoy the local recreational opportunities. Segments will then be produced inside the Signal Studio in Santa Clarita.

The show, hosted by Alesia Humphries, is sponsored by Henry Mayo Newhall Memorial Hospital, Nissan of Valencia, Castaic Lake Water Agency, California Institute of the Arts and Sunpower by Green Convergence.

“Studio Santa Clarita is a fast paced, fun magazine-style show about all the good things that are happening in Santa Clarita,” Humphries said.

Humphries, a Placerita Canyon resident, comes from the music industry where she recorded songs for publishing companies and worked with several producers over the years like Wayne Tweed — music producer, songwriter and 20-year bass player for Smokey Robinson.

“Lots of good things happen in the city every day,” Humphries said, “and the online video feature magazine is a place where people can take a minute each day and celebrate those good events.”

Signal Multimedia publisher/executive producer Randy Morton added: “Signal Multimedia continues to be the best source of local news and information in the Santa Clarita Valley with the biggest and broadest reach and we believe Studio Santa Clarita will be one of our most popular offerings.”

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