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FX Group

FX Group is a set design, fabrication and lighting design company based in Ocoee, Florida.

FX Group has designed and built sets for broadcast programs across the country, mostly in the area of live news. Notable clients include KRON-TV in San Francisco, both WTAE-TV and WPXI-TV in Pittsburgh, WCVB-TV in Boston, WESH-TV and WFTV-TV in Orlando, KOCO-TV and KWTV-TV in Oklahoma City, WLWT-TV, WCPO-TV, and WKRC-TV in Cincinnati, and WPTZ-TV in Burlington.

Corporate theater clients have included Sprint Nextel, Coors Brewing Company and AstraZeneca.

In broadcast set design, FX Group has several competitors, including PDG, Broadcast Design International, Devlin Design Group, Park Place Studio and The Express Group. On the corporate side, FX Group competes against many firms.

External links

  • FX Group broadcast news set design Web site
  • FX Group Events corporate/live events Web site
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