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Enter the World of Media and Broadcasting
Get Your Degree in Communication, Here at Capital Community College

Communication Media Labs

TV Studio
Room 1027
  • Used for classes in television production, photography, and public speaking -- and for professional use by the Academic Media Technology department
  • 1,700 square feet
  • Audience area seats up to 50 depending on "stage" layout and equipment demands
  • 3 Panasonic camcorder/ studio cameras and 2 Ikegami studio cameras connection to Control Room
  • 3 cameras with TelePrompTer
  • 1 Ikegami "skycam"
  • Digitally controlled lighting system with fresnel, scoop, cyc, set, and other lighting instruments
  • Wireless and wired microphones
  • "CBS Grey" cyclorama
  • Black, Blue, and Chroma Green curtains
  • Connected to TV Control Room (below)
Video Production Studio
   
TV Control Room
Room 1031-B
  • 16-channel Grass Valley Kayak digital video switcher and effects generator
  • 16-channel audio mixer with microphone processing units
  • CD and DAT audio source with capability to dub from cassette or LP
  • Intercom system connected to studio
  • DVCPro/25 & 50 videocassette format recording with capability to dub to DVD-R disc, VHS, SuperVHS, BetacamSP, or even U-Matic (3/4") videotape.
Video Control Room
   
Final Cut Pro Multimedia Lab
Room 1001
  • 4 student Macs with Final Cut Studio and Adobe Photoshop software
  • Ability to project from instructor's Mac for instruction and presentation
The Multimedia Lab is under construction during Summer 2011.

Photo coming soon!
   
Communication Digital Imaging Lab
Room 401
  • Shared use with the Library Technical Assistant (LTA) program and Communication courses
  • 17 student PCs with flatbed scanners, Microsoft Office, and Adobe Photoshop CS5 software
The Digital Imaging Lab is scheduled for hardware/software upgrades during Summer 2011.

Photo coming soon!

This page was last updated 07/18/2012