The roots of the DVCOMM production center go back to 1990 when this million dollar facility was built to teach Television and Radio production. Students use this Broadcast quality facility to create programming for local broadcasters, cable outlets and regional cable networks. Recently, we have evolved with the changing industry and offer new courses in DVD Production, Avid non-linear editing, single and multiple camera production classes using 3 chip standard and high-definition cameras. Our 30' x 40' Broadcast Studio, Leitch digital server, SP Betacam and DVCPro videotape machines and direct-to-storage-disc and card recorders are the standards in the industry. Real world tools have benefited our many students who are currently employed in the market.
Tools are great, but knowledge is power. Eighty percent of our faculty and staff average over 20 years of real world experience. Hands on courses guided by professionals make our production track one of hidden gems here at Cleveland State University.