Communication/Journalism Facilities and Equipment
Communication/Journalism students have access to state-of-the-art facilities. Our writing and desktop design labs, radio station and television studio are outfitted with professional, industry-standard equipment and software. You will have access to these facilities right away by participating in courses and our student organizations.
Audio/Video Editing Lab - Rowland Hall 207 houses a professional audio recording studio and voiceover sound booth as well as several edit bays.
Mac Lab - The lab in Rowland Hall 206 is equipped for digital processing and printing using Adobe Photoshop, Epson printers and DSLR cameras.
PRSSA Office - The PRSSA office is located in Ceddia Union Building 252.
PC Lab - Rowland Hall 202 is equipped with 25 computer audio editing stations utilizing Adobe Audition and Blue Microphones.
Radio Station - Ceddia Union Building 246 is home to WSYC 88.7 FM, Ship’s student-run radio station.
The Slate Office - The office for Ship's student-run newspaper is next door to the radio station in the Ceddia Union Building.
SUTV Office - Ship’s student-run television station has an office across from WSYC and The Slate. The office has multiple video editing stations.
TV Studio - Grove Hall 004 has a professional TV production center equipped with:
- Three Hitachi HD studio cameras with Autocue teleprompters
- A Grass Valley Kayak digital production switcher
- Adobe Premiere Pro HD non-linear editing systems
- Playback Pro non-linear media playback system
- Ross Inception newsroom computer system
- Ross Xpression 3D graphics system
- HD Panasonic ENG camcorders
- News and chromakey sets with two zone dimmable lighting
- CNN Newsource
The TV production center also has a mobile TV production van equipped with four HD cameras and instant replay tape decks to produce live and live-on-tape events and sports contests for broadcast on Comcast Cable and campus TV.