Periscope Post Expands To LA

Periscope Post Expands To LA

Chicago-based Periscope Post and Audio has purchased the Hollywood-based post production studio, Post Production, Inc. (formerly Sonic Pool). Periscope’s new location will offer a full range of post-production service in Los Angeles similar to the scope of service it offers in Chicago. The facility will offer dailies, editorial, color correction, ADR/VO, sound design, foley, final mix and delivery. The new location at 6860 Lexington in Hollywood is an added opportunity to serve their clients on the West Coast. Periscope’s new facility is a 20,000 sq. ft, audio/video post-production facility, which includes numerous edit suites, picture finishing suites, sound studios, dubbing stages, and production offices.

“We are excited to expand our company into Los Angeles and bring our expertise to the hometown of many of our existing clients,” says Michael Nehs, co-owner, Periscope Post and Audio. “And we look forward to welcoming new clients to our West Cost facility.”

Periscope Post and Audio will keep its corporate headquarters at Cinespace Chicago which is home to many of the major TV and film productions working in the Chicago area. The 64-acre studio campus is an expansive one-stop shop for all production needs including post production through Periscope. As the resident post facility at Cinespace, Periscope has built a reputation for delivering a complete range of high-quality, full service post-production services from dailies to delivery. Periscope has worked closely and collaborates with network and studio productions as well as independent projects. “We are extremely proud of our team in Chicago,” says co-owner Jonathan Bross. “Together we consistently deliver post-production services at the highest level and we have fun while we do it. Our clients have been rewarding us by coming back. We are thrilled to be bringing Periscope to LA,”

The company’s Chicago office opened in 2013 and has worked on many major network television series and cutting-edge independent films.