Tuesday, October 7, 2008

Sound studio grows ahead of film boom

By Maureen McDonald | Detroit News | October 7, 2008

SOUTHFIELD -- Anticipating a major boom in Michigan filmmaking, Ron Rose is expanding his Southfield studio to 20,000 square feet, turning a restaurant that bore a dozen names into high tech suites for audio, Internet and video editing.

"We want to be at the forefront of new media," said Rose, 63, who runs the business with his son and vice president, Chris Rose, 34; Chad Cooper, 35; and a team of 70 employees, some who have been with the company since it opened in the same Southfield strip mall back in 1976.

The expansion will be complete in January.


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