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Broadcast Studio

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

Here are examples of interviews from the studio:

Nashville College Student Doing His Part to Make Things Better for Injured Veterans
(Studio shot comes at 1:12 mark)
WSMV-TV Nashville
Jeffery LeCave, student

The Heat: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s Legacy 50 Years on - Segment I and Segment 2
CGTN America
Julius Amin, history

Despite Conflicting Research On The Benefits Of School Closures, DPS Advances 'Right-Sizing' Plan
(Russo's segments start at the 2:30 and 3:10 marks.)
WYSO-FM
Charles Russo, School of Law and School of Education and Health Sciences

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 up to 100 mbps; LED lighting, lavalier mic; IFB connection, professional University of Dayton background and a central campus location that's convenient for faculty.

Lifesize is a video conferencing app with clearer audio and video than Skype. All media need to do is download the computer app here, sign in as guest and use the dial-in number we provide you. You can find us on Skype at "University of Dayton News and Communications" or 937-232-2907. We will provide our FaceTime connection info at the time of the interviews.

We also have successfully tested our connection with Dayton's three TV stations, three international news outlets and Cincinnati NPR affiliate WVXU-FM. Contact us at mediarelations@udayton.edu for a demo or to arrange an interview with one of our nationally known experts.

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