Provost Studio helps Chicago Bears Network relaunch

As the 2013 NFL season kicked off, the Chicago Bears Network moved into a state-of-the-art broadcast studio at Halas Hall, the teams headquarters.

The 2,300 square foot studio was designed by Peter Provost of Provost Studio, a cross-disciplinary design firm that works on both television and commercial architectural projects.

Connected with modern technology and Chicago Bears heritage, the studio was designed to accommodate multiple shows that air on both network television and internet platforms. Shows broadcast from the studio include: “Bears Gameday Live,” “Bears Gamenight Live” and “Inside the Bears.”

The studio is split into two halves, like a football field, with a main anchor desk and an informal standup area on opposing ends. The two halves are tired together with a 48 foot-long backlit graphic wall that shows the Bears practice field. A LED header intersects the wall, creating a floating NFL yard line marker.