"Ready, Mr. Armstrong. Five, four, three, two, one..." And the taping of another World Tomorrow television program is under way at the television studios on the Ambassador College campus in Pasadena. A staff of about 50 and a complex array of electronic equipment back up Pastor General Herbert w. Armstrong in preparing the telecast for more than 125 stations in the United States and several other countries. In the main studio Mr. Armstrong's set, kept in constant readiness, was carefully designed. The white carpet, rosewood desk, paneling and accessories combine with the lighting to reflect a quiet dignity. After Mr. Armstrong finishes a taping session, hundreds of man hours are spent in preparing each program for broadcasting. Artwork and graphics are designed, film clips are created to illustrate world conditions as Mr. Armstrong describes them and scriptures are typed and inserted at the appropriate places.
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