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What does SERIOUSlY PROFESSIONAL mean?
The lineup of LG UltraWide® 21:9 monitors are ideal for designers, photographers, producers and other creative professionals who need more room for their big ideas. With exceptional picture quality and innovative features, these monitors are for the seriously professional talents. That's what you get with LG UltraWide®. Find out how to become seriously professional, yourself.

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Get Seriously Professional with Front & Center.

The technical director of PBS's Front & Center sits in front of his switcher before Cheap Trick steps on stage. He stares at the 21:9 monitor. “I love it,” he says. It's the first time Jon Rogers, formerly of Blue Öyster Cult, is using the LG UltraWide® monitor. “I've got seven different cameras for the show…” as he continues, “so I can see certain cameras better than if it were just a flat screen.” Being able to see each camera angle clearly helps Jon immensely as he switches back and forth between shots while the show is recorded. “The larger the image, the more you can really see the fine details, where if you're looking at a smaller monitor, it's harder to tell.”

Check out even more from the show and watch behind-the-scenes interviews of the staff from Front & Center below.

Front and Center is a production of Front and Center Entertainment, LLC in association with WLIW21 for WNET, and distributed by American Public Television.

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