Aurora TV producer: Who needs L.A., N.Y.?

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Aurora TV producer: Who needs L.A., N.Y.?

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Rusty Corbit, a senior media manager, checks for audio levels on tapes at High Noon Intertainment in Aurora.
Marla R. Keown/Associated Press
Rusty Corbit, a senior media manager, and Duke Hartman, a founder of the Aurora-based High Noon Entertainment in 1997, watch over six different feeds of video.
Marla R. Keown/Associated Press
Last year, Aurora’s High Noon Entertainment created 500 episodes of shows for 14 networks. Jim Boardman, a senior audio engineer, describes his daily duties.

Aurora TV producer: Who needs L.A., N.Y.?

Marla R. Keown/Associated Press
Rusty Corbit, a senior media manager, checks for audio levels on tapes at High Noon Intertainment in Aurora.
Marla R. Keown/Associated Press
Rusty Corbit, a senior media manager, and Duke Hartman, a founder of the Aurora-based High Noon Entertainment in 1997, watch over six different feeds of video.
Marla R. Keown/Associated Press
Last year, Aurora’s High Noon Entertainment created 500 episodes of shows for 14 networks. Jim Boardman, a senior audio engineer, describes his daily duties.
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