FLDA

FLDA - specialists in multi-camera television production


Who Are We?

FLDA is recognized as specialists in multi-camera television production, their forward thinking approach to projects means they always design with an eye towards creating a pristine, high-definition image. Their design principles apply to all television formats regardless of how it is being viewed.

The FLDA team’s work covers major networks and cable channels on a diverse range of shows including:

  • ESPN - Baseball Tonight, SportsCenter, NFL32, U.S. Open Tennis Tournament, NASCAR Studios, The Heisman Awards
  • CNBC - Kudlow Report, Squawk Box, Fast Money, Power Lunch, Street Signs, Closing Bell, Mad Money
  • Food Network - Iron Chef America
  • Fox & PokerStars - The Big Game and Million Dollar Challenge
  • MLB Network - MLB Tonight - Winner of two Sports Emmy Awards
  • Multiple daytime talk shows
  • MSNBC - Time and Again with Jane Pauley
  • History Channel - Movies in Time, Our Century
  • PBS - Square One TV
  • Golf Channel - Grey Goose 19th Hole
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    Specials, Game Shows and Comedy programming including:

  • NBC - Job One Panel at the Education Nation Summit
  • NBC - Christmas at Rockefeller Center
  • PBS & National Geographic National Geographic Bee
  • NBC - Saturday Night Live
  • Speed - Fast Track to Fame
  • ABC - 25 Years of Sexy: People Magazine’s Sexiest Man
  • NBC - Late Night with Conan O’Brien
  • ABC - Who Wants to Be a Millionaire
  • NBC - Katie Couric Dateline specials
  • NBC - A Concert for Hurricane Relief
  • FOX - Democratic Presidential Debates
  • History Channel - History of the Joke with Lewis Black
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    Major Studio Launches

  • CNBC Post 9 on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange
  • CNBC Studios in Englewood Cliffs, NJ
  • China Central Television Africa studios in Kenya, Africa
  • ESPN U High-Definition Studios in Charlotte, NC
  • ESPN High-Definition Studio in Los Angeles, CA
  • Middle East Broadcast Network Al Youm Studios in Dubai and Beirut 
  • Comcast SportsNet in San Francisco, CA
  • ESPN High-Definition Studios in Bristol, CT
  • Major League Baseball Network High-Definition Studios in Secaucus, NJ
  • The Weather Channel High-Definition Studio in Atlanta, GA
  • CBS2 Chicago Daley Plaza High-Definition Studio
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    News Broadcasts

  • FOX Good Day New York
  • NBC The Today Show
  • NBC Nightly News
  • MSNBC Hardball with Chris Matthews College Tour
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The designers at FLDA believe that lighting should not be a conscious element to the viewer; it is a critical element to the production. Lighting should support and complement the talent while enabling the production to communicate effectively at all times. FLDA’s design team is very aware of their responsibility to help grab the viewer’s attention. Clients can expect that FLDA will bring the very latest lighting technologies to their project in a manner that will create a look that will stand out.

FLDA stresses that television projects always look the best when the lighting designer collaborates with the producers, directors and production designers from the very beginning of the project.