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Legal Talk Network Moves to New Studio in Denver

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Following the recent acquisition by legal-focused online marketing company Lawgical, Legal Talk Network has now moved production to a studio based in Denver, Colorado. The new studio features equipment and software built specifically to accommodate the needs and high-quality expectations of Legal Talk Network’s listeners, hosts, and sponsors.

“We’re excited to have Denver as the new home of Legal Talk Network’s production,” CTO Trent Carlyle said. “With Denver being named a top 10 city for tech startups by USA Today, it’s great to see the well-established Legal Talk Network join that local tech community and help it grow.” Although production is based in Denver, it’s important to note that show hosts and guests are scattered throughout various cities across the country.

In moving production to Denver, the audio engineers and producers were able to re-evaluate the show’s equipment, production process, and general needs while looking at ways to improve process and quality. During the network’s acquisition period, nearly every component of the recording and editing process was audited. Processing gear was pulled, re-evaluated, and ultimately upgraded where it would improve the clarity of the content. From outboard hardware and internal software to production processes and show distribution, the engineers and production team have fully re-envisioned the capabilities of Legal Talk Network.

“Moving production to Denver and taking a fanatical look at the equipment,” CEO Adam Camras said. “This process has really given us the opportunity to take a look at how we can further Legal Talk Network’s existing standards of top quality and ultimately expand our listener base to grow the network.”

Two podcasts, Taking Control of Your Mobile Apps and Digital Cameras in Law: Are Smartphones Good Enough? mark the network’s first productions from the Denver studio. Both podcasts were for the network’s Kennedy-Mighell report, hosted by attorneys Dennis Kennedy and Tom Mighell.