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JFA has years of experience developing state-of-the-art broadcast and production facilities.

The multi-billion-dollar megahit “Titanic” required a highly specialized studio with a 350,000 square-foot outdoor “tank” that could hold one half of a full-sized replica of the doomed ocean liner. JFA Managed the creation of  a Fox Studios Baja, full-service production facilities in Rosarito, Mexico.

The tank was situated such that when filming the Titanic exteriors, the ocean provided a natural backdrop, making the ocean liner appear to be floating in the middle of the ocean. The studio continues in operation today and has filmed a number of aquatic themed movies since, including “Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World”, “Deep Blue Sea” And “Pearl Harbor”.

The FCC’s requirement that all over the air television broadcasters convert to fully digital, high-definition broadcasts created a stellar opportunity for JFA. Leading one of the most proactive conversion programs in the country, JFA oversaw the development of 3 completely new, fully digital television stations for the Fox television station group. New stations were constructed in Los Angeles

JFA has also managed a number of other broadcast and production related projects. Among them are a digital broadcast and satellite uplink center ASkyB and a national production facility for NASCAR.