The Department of Communication Arts maintains studios and laboratories for all production classes in Web design and new media, television, digital filmmaking, radio and sound, and advertising/public relations.
Electronic journalism classes taught on the Manhattan campus produce segments for cable and international television distribution. On both campuses, we have state-of-the art production facilities. Manhattan campus has upgraded to High Definition Television and field production.
On both campuses, digital filmmaking laboratories include high definition cameras, editing stations, and screening facilities.
On both campuses, radio laboratories are equipped with digital stereo consoles, digital recording equipment, and digital audio editing programs. The sound processing laboratories have voice recording, sound transfer, and digital mixing facilities.
State-of-the art, multi-platform computer labs are available on both campuses to support all communication arts specializations including new media capabilities.
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