The Process of Making a Video with Media Services
A promotional video is a great way to promote your services on your website, in email marketing and other marketing opportunities. Media Services can create this for you. This video will fill you in on the fun, collaborative process of creating a video and what your role in that process will be. Watch this video and start thinking about the purpose of your video, the takeaways for your viewers and then give us a call and let the brainstorming begin.
Creative Video Request
We work with individual departments and colleges on their video goals. Help to develop a concept, shoot interviews and any additional footage that is needed and edit the final piece together for content that is prioritized by Marketing and Communications. If you are interested in a video for your area please contact Angie Kinnett.
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Broadcast Educational Content
The University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) provides educational programming to the greater Pikes Peak community. Programming includes community and campus happenings, academic programming, student produced shows, sporting events and other educational development programs.
When UCCS in not airing University-related original programming, SCOLA news programming in native languages from various countries around the world is aired. This multicultural news programming brings a more global perspective than is available on cable and network news. This programming is a mainstay for many members of the international community living in the Pikes Peak region.
Video content that meets broadcasting and educational television requirements maybe broadcast on the UCCS cable stations Comcast channel 20, Century Link channel 2001, and Falcon Broadband channel 77. Contact Angie with questions.
A one-camera video of an event/speaker held on campus (note: this is only for events, not currently for classroom lectures). Contact Angie with questions.
UCCS TV Studio
Located in the lower level of El Pomar Center, the 3,100 square foot studio encompasses a nonpermanent set complete with light grid, five cameras, green screen wall, 360 degree SIC wall and virtual studio through our Tricaster 8000 system.