Professional journalists are teaching students about the ins and outs of their profession
Enables stations to utilize PBS Kids science and literary resources
44 classrooms received the upgraded technology
Daily program designed to teach broadcast skills
Monarch H.264 encoders help live stream on-campus activities to remote students
Facility will open Feb. 5
USB 3.0 Video Bridge devices added to park service’s green-screen studio
$10,000 education innovation grants to be given to 50 stations
Christie Boxer 2K30 projectors are being used to bump up Florida crowd
Professors across many disciplines are embracing VR technology as an integral part of their learning tools
Puts visitors in the founding father’s shoes
Research center focused on augmented and virtual reality -
NYC Media Lab took a look at some projects during its Exploring Future Reality conference
Just like textbooks, university facilities need to be updated every so often to make sure students have the most up to date and relevant information available to them as they prepare for the real world.
Rutgers is once again offering its students a broadcast television course after six years of going without one.
The Andrew Young School of Policy Studies took on the challenge of converting empty and abandoned buildings and renovating them into high-tech learning centers.
In the team effort to bring University of Main athletics to online and social media distribution, the school is going with Hitachi’s Z-HD5000 cameras.
New this school year for the Wake County Public School System in Cary, N.C., is the Broadcast Pix Granite 1000 integrated production switcher, which is being used to help produce live coverage of its school board meetings.
Government Video recently spoke with Josh Davidsburg, a lecturer with the University of Maryland, about NewsBIN Vlog, the project his students are working on, which has been named a finalist in the Pilot Innovation Challenge.
The Scripps Howard Foundation is looking to support the future leaders of journalism with a year-long postgraduate journalism fellowship slated to start in June 2018.
Christmas came early for Georgia Student University students and faculty who will be utilizing the brand new Creative Media Industries Institute with a slew of Panasonic equipment to unwrap.
Part of Purdue's masters in engineering program is the capture and delivery of its on-campus classroom lectures via video on demand or as a live stream.
Group projects at Washington State University just got a helping hand from FSR with the installation of five HuddleVU collaborative systems on its Tri-Cities campus.
Live from Jerusalem, it’s the University of Delaware Chorale.
You can now get a look at the campus of the University of Colorado Boulder without heading out to Colorado with the launch of concept3D’s CampusBird platform at the school.
More universities are encouraging their students to take part in community service; the University of La Verne in southern California is one of them, also using the opportunity to serve as training for its broadcast students.
Over the last three years Clarion University’s Eagle Media Productions, its student-run production company, has been building up a stock of JVC cameras and it has now added the JVC GY-HM850 ProHD shoulder-mount camera to its inventory.
The need for presentation and lecture tools that reach hundreds of students in large classrooms has created a storied past for AV technology in higher education.
The University of Oklahoma (OU) is home to one of the most storied athletics programs in the U.S., so it’s fitting that the OU Department of Intercollegiate Athletics would have a world-class video and television operation.
P.S. 201: The Discovery School in Flushing, N.Y., has cut the ribbon on a new STEAM SmartLab and broadcast studio.
Pilot is heading down to the University of Georgia’s campus to serve as a sponsor for the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication’s new Mobile News Lab for fall 2017.
Indiana University has embarked on a large scale digitization project, setting out to digitally preserve and provide access to its libraries’ stock of audio and visual recordings by 2020.
JVC cameras are hot recruits for multiple college football teams this season.
As West Virginia University prepares for the upcoming college football season, it has a new addition to its team to help with practice.
Avid won’t know which school’s colors to wear on gameday this year, as the media technology provider has provided a number of its products to NCAA schools to help create and manage content for in-stadium display, broadcast TV and online outlets.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell must have gave high grades to the Hitachi Z-HD5000.
Sinclair Broadcast Group Inc. announced the winners of its 2017 Broadcast Diversity Scholarship, which was established in 2016 to provide students from diverse backgrounds with the funds they needed to earn degrees in broadcast-related fields.
Chabot College has installed the latest upgrade to its Calrec Summa audio console.
The contract extends into 2020 to provide tools for lecture capture, flipped classroom content creation, and digital asset management.
HD interactive flat panel displays are a simple tool for education facilities that allow students to experience hands-on learning.
Ferris State University students are getting hands-on experience of what it’s like to produce sports and other broadcasts with professional equipment via installation of gear from Broadcast Pix.
For more than 30 years the University of Iowa relied on the same audio system at its Carver-Hawkeye Arena for all its basketball, wrestling and volleyball matches.
TechSmith Corp. and Matrox have announced that the lecture capture and educational video platform TechSmith Relay is able to integrate with Matrox’s Monarch LCS Lecture Capture applicance.
LiveU is heading down to InfoComm 2017 looking to make sure people are aware that its live video streaming technology is not just handy for news production, but for other markets such as higher education, corporate enterprise and houses of worship.