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Salem Studio Catches a Fish

Salem Studio Catches a Fish

There’s something fishy about KFSH(FM), 95.9 The Fish, in southern California – and that’s just the way the station likes it.
This week, the Salem station unveils its digital, aquatic-themed broadcast studio. A technical team led by Salem Los Angeles Director of Engineering Mark Pallock and Chief Engineer Bill Sheets built it.
Effects in the studio include sand-patterned carpeting; ceiling-to-floor beveled glass wrapping the studio, with an aquarium motif including shells, starfish, bubbles and sea plants; a tabletop with a 3-D water effect; and a console with swordfish on the sides.
A giant 6-foot illuminated fish holds a CD player, telephone and ISDN gear; five stools have seaweed-patterned upholstery. Colored clamshell lights are overhead.
On the wall is a virtual fish tank with an assortment of tropical fish and a projection of the 95.9 The Fish logo.