How do I get into the production center?
We are a 24 hour card key access facility, allowing students to work on their projects day or night. Here is an excerpt from the Production Center Manual describing the access process:
Production Center Access
Access to the Production Center is obtained by using your student ID card in the card reader next to the front door. The card reader works 24 hours a day. To get into the studio just pass your card across the reader. A record of all users is kept. Access is automatically granted each semester to CMA/JRN majors who finish registration before the start of classes. If you are part of late enrollment it may mean you were not on the official registered list when student access was set up at the beginning of the semester. If you do not have access, complete the access request form to be added to the access list.
Access by other students for the semester is by special permission only. If you are in the Production Center and hear someone knocking on the door, do not open the door. Remember, all authorized users of the Production Center should have their own access. You are responsible for anyone you admit to the Production Center. Do not prop any Production Center door open even if you are expecting someone. Let them phone you when they arrive. Phone numbers are posted outside the door. The phone extensions in the Production Center are:
Equipment Room: 5464
Hallway Outside Editing Rooms: 5623
Production Center Manager: 3618
Production Center Engineering: 4726
What equipment do I have access to?
Here are a few highlights:
JVC GYHM100U Camcorders
Panasonic AG-HMC150 Camcorder
Sony PCM-D50 Adio Recorder
Lowell To Go 98 Light Kit
Sennheiser EW100 G3 ENG Wireless Mic Kits
Canon EF 70-200mm F2.8
How do I find an internship?
There is now a way to search internships through the resource on the internship page to the left.
How do I get involved with projects on campus?
Being involved in Campus Media (The Chimes, Biola Radio, The Point, Eagle Vision) is a great way to get to know more people in the Journalism community. Through these connections projects and opportunities often come up. Also talk to your teachers about what is going on around campus that students might need help with.