Key Code Media announced this week the opening of their newest office in Detroit. This office is the re-seller of media technology and system integrations’  eighth location nationwide.

The new location is convenient to customers and production facilities looking to plan future media workflow advancements and technology upgrades, according to an announcement on the company’s website. Key Code Media will also gain a location to better stage equipment workflows for customer presentations and installations. At the core of the office is a state-of-the-art remote conferencing system, allowing customers to gain greater access to Key Code technicians located across the U.S.

The Detroit office is located at 26075 Woodward Ave, Suite 100, in Huntington Woods.

“This facility is really about getting the Detroit community better access to media technology, demonstrate new workflow products, and training. No other company can provide greater access to media manufacturer products and, most importantly, technical support,” said Lisa Jackson, Key Code Media Detroit Sr. Account Manager.

About Key Code Media

Founded in 2001, Key Code Media designs, integrates, trains, supporting live production, post production, and media automation solutions. Our focus is on helping our clients maximize their budget, consulting around your objectives, outcomes and workflow.

Key Code Media supports production systems nationwide for broadcast, entertainment, sports, government, education, reality television, pro audio, and a majority of the U.S. Fortune 100 corporations. Founded in 2001 by Mike Cavanagh, Key Code Media has expanded in Burbank, Irvine, San Francisco, Seattle, Chicago, Detroit and New York, with revenues exceeding $35 million per year. In 2018, Key Code Media acquired Burst Communications (Burstvideo.com) expanding our geographic coverage with offices in Newport Beach, CA, Denver Colorado and Dallas Texas. Burst Communications has strong competencies in broadcast design, production studios and full Audio Video Crestron automation systems.