Berklee College of Music’s new building was built to expand recording-based teaching tracks and provide performance spaces for students.
Inspiration Academy’s film school boasts an impressive 4K studio that combines video and audio post production capabilities with the latest tech on the market.
The technology available in this day and age offers bigger and better opportunities for colleges’ broadcast studios, such as being able to shoot film for HD video, working hands-on in a mock studio space, or acting as a personality on-camera.
St. Cloud State University’s updated broadcast center provides students with a new learning space and real-world experience.
The University of North Texas upgraded it’s student broadcast studio with new HD Hitachi cameras, RU1000VR remote control panels, a Ross Vision-M 1.5-M/E multi-format switcher, Compix Synergy 2 dual-channel HD graphics system, a Blackmagic Design router and a 360 HD Maxx server. The studio was designed to with the latest technology and built to last at least 5-7 years.
The University of Idaho purchased six Hitachi Z-HD5000 cameras to move to HD video production. Other broadcast equipment includes a NewTek Tricaster 855 switcher, NewTek 3Play 820HD replay system and Sony HVR1500A HDV/DVCAM VTR, Hitachi CU-HD500 camera control units and Hitachi 1000VR remote control units.