For more than a decade, the Yale Broadcast Studio has worked with departments and individuals at the University to produce outstanding video and audio projects. From traveling to Africa to broadcasting Commencement to recording a traditional lecture, the Studio is equipped to produce a range of projects. We invite you to watch or listen to some of our work. To view more videos, please explore our YouTube Channel.
Concise and well crafted videos that convey the mission of a department, center, or School attract attention from prospective students, faculty, staff, and donors. The Broadcast Studio worked with the Center for Business and the Environment at the School of Forestry to develop a four minute video highlighting the mission and vision of the Center.
The Joseph Slifka Center for Jewish Life at Yale worked with the Yale Broadcast team to record Mikhail Fridman's presentation and conversation about Jewish identity and his thoughts on connections between Israel and the diaspora of Jews worldwide. The Broadcast Studio has worked in many of the lecture halls and event spaces on campus. Our expertise enables us to capture an important lecture and disseminate a high-quality recording to you and your global, or local, audience.
The Office of the President and the Office of the Secretary have charged the Broadcast Studio with the duty to live-stream and broadcast Yale's annual Commencement and Class Day exercises. These special events require thorough planning and coordination to ensure that the Studio is ready for anything, including the unexpected! The Studio coordinates with everyone involved, from the Office of Facilities to the U.S. Secret Service. Vice President Joe Biden delivered the 2015 Class Day Address to graduates and a global audience on YouTube.