The mission of the Broadcast Studio is to help the Yale community record, produce, and edit audio and video and participate in the global media dialog by providing exceptional service, leveraging institutional expertise, and using numerous distribution channels to disseminate high-quality, final products that meet the goals of the individual clients and the University.
Based out of an 8,000-square-foot facility at 135 College Street, the Yale Broadcast Studio provides a wide range of video and audio services to the Yale community. The Studio houses two fully-equipped television studios, an audio recording studio, a fully-integrated videoconferencing room, and a green room. We have on-site parking accessible via North Frontage Road/Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard (the lot does require a guest code, provided to you upon request). In addition to the studio facility, Yale Broadcast crews provide video recording services at almost any location on campus. Learn more about the facility and our ability to work outside of the studio.
The staff at the Yale Broadcast Studio welcomes new and returning clients. Our group of experienced storytellers, talented directors, precise editors, and steady videographers will always work to deliver high-quality audio and video. Learn more about individual staff members.
The Yale Broadcast Studio works closely with several departments at Yale, including:
- The Digital Education team at the Poorvu Center for Teaching and Learning: We help the Poorvu Center meet its mission to identify new online distribution opportunities that will increase the reach and maximize the impact of teaching at Yale.
- The Office of Public Affairs and Communications: We help OPAC meet its mission to connect members of the media with our faculty members in New Haven.
- The Information Technology Services Department: We help ITS meet its mission to demonstrate technology leadership by collaborating to meet the needs of our faculty, staff, and students.