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Broadcast Studio

Broadcast Studio

The University of Dayton offers a broadband studio for television interviews via Skype (University of Dayton News and Communications), Zoom or FaceTime and radio interviews via Opal, CleanFeed, Skype, Zoom, FaceTime, that provides high-quality broadcast capabilities at no cost to news outlets. 

Human Rights Center Executive Director Shelley Inglis interview with NBC Nightly News

NBC Nightly News (pictured above), Fox News, NPR On Point, CTV in Canada, Al Jazeera English, Newsy and Cheddar are among the news organizations using the studio. Here are examples of interviews from the studio.

The 24/7 studio, which can be set up in as little as 30 minutes during normal business hours and 90 minutes on nights and weekends, features a 4K UHD camera, with auto-white balance, focus, brightness and contrast controls; upload/download speeds of more than 230 mbps; LED lighting, lavalier mic; IFB connection, professional University of Dayton background and a central campus location that's convenient for faculty.

Contact us at mediarelations@udayton.edu to arrange an interview with one of our nationally known experts.