DC's first full-service, ground level, all-purpose multimedia studio based in the heart of downtown Washington, DC in the courtyard of the historic Willard Hotel designed to meet your every media need!

ABOUT US

In the Heart of Downtown Washington, DC

Big Whig Media’s headquarters are in the courtyard of the Willard InterContinental Hotel

One block from Metro Center (the Red, Blue, Orange, and Silver metro lines)

Ten minutes (or less) from Union Station, the U.S. Capitol, the Supreme Court, and each House and Senate office building

One block from the White House, U.S. Treasury Department, and Ronald Reagan Building and International Trade Center

Ten minutes from Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport and the planned Amazon HQ2 facility in Arlington, VA

Within 5 miles of all 15 Federal Executive Agencies

Snapshot of Our Services

Multi-camera high-definition broadcast facility for recording content
Satellite uplink studios for interviews, etc. in every media market
Advanced editing suites for post-production, animation, graphic design, and more
Podcast and streaming capability
Professional in-person media training
Rooftop feed capability with exclusive views of the Capitol Building and Washington Monument
Digitize town hall meetings and stream live to your constituents’ smartphones
Satellite Media Tours with multiple news outlets throughout the country
Reserve anything from fully-catered event spaces to single offices for the day
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January 14, 2020

Sports Video News: Big Whig Media Connects to The Switch

Originally published in Sports Video News Big Whig Media recently installed an HD-SDI connection to The Switch Washington, DC. Located downtown in the historic Willard Hotel, Big Whig Media’s new…
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January 14, 2020

DC Hotels’ Hip, Pragmatic Return to Hosting Radio

Originally appeared in Podcast Movement Two hotels in Washington, DC have put a twist on tradition from the early days of radio broadcasting. Until the radio boom of the 1930s,…
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January 6, 2020

Hotels Leave the Light on for Audio

Originally published in Radio World Hotels played a big role in the early days of radio broadcasting, providing shelter and credibility to new radio stations. New Orleans’ WDSU launched as…