All facilities in the School of Media and Communication are uniquely outfitted for the teaching, research and production of all disciplines of communications study.
Annenberg Hall alone includes video and film editing areas, a 75-seat film and video screening room, journalism and photography labs, broadcast and film production areas, electronic news writing and editing rooms and multimedia labs.
Students and faculty can edit audio and video pieces and transfer video to various formats in the Post Production Lab or the TECH Center. Annenberg Hall also includes three fully-equipped studios for educational use, including videography, television direction and broadcast performance. Read more.
Joe First Media Center (Atrium)
The communications center features a café, a multimedia information center, a venue for displaying student work and a reception area.
This newsroom, based at Temple University Center City, features wireless networking, digital recorders, access to the AP wire and video equipment.
The School’s classrooms are equipped with a variety of digital and media equipment for instructional use. Read more.
Temple University’s 75,000-square-ft., state-of-the-art TECH Center includes specialized video editing, graphic design and music composition labs. Read more.
The TUTV Master Control Center main console allows for the monitoring and routing of multiple feeds from our automation/play-out servers to Comcast and Verizon. Master control is also oufitted with two Mac Pro non-linear editing stations that our student editors and producers use to put the finishing touches on TUTV’s growing catalog of original programs.” Read more.