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Blizzard’s 'Beyond The Nexus’ Filmed at Hybrid Studios

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Santa Ana, CA (August 30, 2016) –Hybrid Studios, Orange County’s premier recording studios and soundstage, has been honored to serve as the shooting location for Blizzard’s ‘Beyond The Nexus’, a talk show centered around the popular game ‘Heroes of the Storm’ and especially its highly competitive professional circuit. The weekly show, hosted by Dreadnaught and Gillyweed, is released every Friday on Youtube.

“It’s been a blast having the ’Beyond The Nexus’ crew in studio every week,” said Hybrid Manager Mike Miller, “ The production value of the show is fantastic, and it’s no surprise that the show has gained such a large following so quickly. They’re doing great work.

‘Beyond The Nexus’ is produced by Mess Media’s Scott Messick and Joshua Choe of PositiveImage Video. The series has released ten episodes to date, available on the official ‘Heroes of the Storm’ Youtube channel. Check out the official ‘Beyond The Nexus’ video playlist at the link below:

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About Hybrid Studios

Hybrid Studios is a fully integrated multimedia production facility in Orange County, CA. Not only does Hybrid feature a state-of-the-art analog & digital recording studio; it also boasts a massive sound stage, including a pre-lit cyclorama. Equipped with the best gear and an experienced staff, Hybrid provides a variety of products and services to clients across the creative spectrum from recording, mixing and mastering to video and photography.


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