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Recording Studio of the United States House of Representatives

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Recording Studio of the United States House of Representatives

The House Recording Studio provides radio and television recording services to Members, Committees, and Officers of the United States House of Representatives. The purpose of the Recording Studio is to provide a convenient way for Members to convey information to their constituents, the media, and the general public.

The Studio was established by the authority of 2 U.S.C. § 123b and consists of three radio studios, one television studio, one teleconferencing studio, and tape duplication facilities. The services provided include basic recording services, live or recorded satellite transmissions, telephone recordings, preparation of teleprompter scripts, transcription of recorded material, postproduction services, and television makeup. Recording Studio staff also provide program production and technical assistance. Each time a Member uses the Recording Studio, the Member’s official account is charged for the services provided.

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  • [1] PDF (364 KiB) A public domain publication of the House of Representatives.

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  • Complete U.S. Code listing on the Government Printing Office Website

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