Worship AVL: A Leap Forward – Washington National Cathedral
Washington National Cathedral partners with Diversified to transition church from analog to HD capabilities and reach virtual congregation amid pandemic.
Over the last few years, we’ve seen a wave of technology refreshes among houses of worship across the country in order to better connect with today’s congregations. While the pandemic has put greater emphasis on reliable streaming infrastructures, many churches are taking the opportunity to modernize their AV and broadcast technology within their sanctuaries as well–a leap forward to transition church from analog to HD .
With a complete “rip and replace” of the Cathedral’s outdated system, Diversified’s team of specialists was brought in to assist with the specification, design and implementation of the new system. Diversified, having industry renowned expertise in both AV and broadcast, was a perfect fit to modernize the Cathedral’s infrastructure and workflows while seamlessly blending the technology into the building’s classic architecture.
“The updated technology in the sanctuary complements the architecture for the first time and we can really create a world-class experience. The fact that we can do that at this moment is truly critical given what the cathedral has become to so many since the pandemic began,” says Kevin Eckstrom, chief communications officer for the National Cathedral.
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