Broadcast Media Services
BROADCAST MEDIA SERVICES
SERVICE LEARNING OUTCOMES
- As a result of audio and video production services, the entire college community will be able to experience high quality media production and distribution for campus trainings, special events and lectures in support of instruction, student services, Educational Access Television, professional development, shared governance, performances and other College and District Activities.
- As a result of their involvement in Broadcast Media Services, student interns will be able todemonstrate improved hands-on professional career skills needed for employment in the entertainment, media and communications industries.
- As a result of Broadcast Media Services equipment issue services, Broadcast Electronic Media Arts students will be able to practice and improve hands-on technical skills required for employment in the entertainment, media and communications industries.
- As a result of Broadcast Media Services delivery services, the entire City College community will be able to improve instruction in non-tech enhanced classrooms via provided media equipment as well as technical expertise and support for audio and video systems.
- As a result of expertise provided by Broadcast Media Services engineers the entire Campus Community will be able to experience reliable video production and distribution technology enhancing instruction, documentation of campus events, and promotion of campus activities and events.
We support student success by providing the following:
Monday-Thursday 7am-10pm, Friday 7am-5pm on Ocean Campus.
Saturday & Sunday services sometimes available with advanced notice.
Located in the Creative Arts Extension Building on Ocean Campus, Broadcast Media Services supports student success with video distribution, video production, video playback, webcast services and equipment delivery to over 160 Ocean Campus classrooms and meeting rooms, allowing faculty to focus on teaching and presentation. Broadcast Media Services staff and student interns also provide technical support, operations and production services for Education Access Television.
Broadcast Media Services classroom deliveries are on Ocean Campus only. Video Production and Webcasting services are provided throughout the San Francisco Community College District.
Please request delivery service five days in advance. We will do our best to accommodate requests with shorter notice, but please understand that our resources are limited and late requests are often not possible to accommodate.
Digitizing video and audio clips for web pages
Single or multi-classroom video distribution on Ocean Campus
Video viewing gallery and conference room (ArtX 170)
On-site video recording for classes, meetings and evaluations
Production & technical support for EATV Ch 27 & 75, including operations of the Ocean Campus MUB Teleclass Production Room.
Distribution of a closed circuit Student Information Network (SIN)
Consultations & expertise regarding selection, design and installation of satellite, webstreaming, audio & video equipment, production & services for instructional programs
As the video shows, we provide classroom equipment deliveries (video playback and multimedia "Smart" projection carts), off-air recordings, VHS/DVD duplication within copyright guidelines, recording equipment for faculty checkout, and maintenance/distribution of Student Information Network (SIN). Operations also supports production services with web streaming and archiving, and production crew.
2. Student Checkout
BEMA-only student checkout of audiovisual/broadcast-related production, recording facilities, and editing equipment for use in BEMA coursework. Meet Dana and Aaron at the checkout window Ax169:
3. Internship Program
Broadcast Media Services and EATV-Ch 27 & 75 internship programs provide students with exposure to workplace conduct and hands-on application of theory and skills. Faculty and staff ensure a connected experience between the classroom and internships. Both paid and unpaid internships are available. See Internship Program.
4. Production Services
Audio and video production, including project management, for teleclasses, online classes, and special events and meetings in support of instruction, student services, educational access television, professional development, shared governance, performances, presentations, events and other college and district activities. Click here for more information. Video and audio production requests must first go through Department Chair Francine Podenski, though you may call Susan Boeckmann first.
5. Engineering Services
In support of our Operations and Production services, our engineers provide audio and video equipment/system maintenance and technical expertise. Click here for more information.
6. Other Related Services
LOST & FOUND: Did you lose your DVD or VHS tape? If you left it on a cart, we might have it! Call us at (415) 239-3525. Or we might give your VHS tape to a museum. Did you leave something in a classroom near our office? Maybe someone turned it in to us in ArtX169. After six months, we recycle everything in our Lost & Found bin.
VIDEO DISTRIBUTION: Are you looking to get single or multiple classroom video distribution to classrooms through the Ocean Campus via closed-circuit television system? Call (415) 239-3525.
CONFERENCE ROOM: Would you like to use our conference room? Call (415) 239-3525 to check if ArtX 170 is available.
WEBSITE: Need some guidance on your CCSF website? Our Aaron Holmberg has worked on many (many, many) pages, and he may have some specific advice for you. Email him.
Same day requests are Kryptonite. We require a five-working day
notice for equipment requests in order to serve the college in the
most effective way with our limited resources.
- Though we might "fly" during our busy delivery schedule, Superman may be unavailable to visit your classroom. Certain areas and types of equipment on Ocean Campus are handled by the Audiovisual Department in R305.
- Student reservation & check-out of equipment and our computer labs are limited to BEMA production students for their course-specific projects; the general public/student body do not have access to our student production equipment, including computer and production lab space.
- We are limited by resources, time, and copyright law in our duplication services. Also, we are unable currently to record from cable television due in part to the funding crisis.
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