Videos that will be shown publicly, on the web (including webcasts) or elsewhere, must have all content legally cleared for use, whether through licensing, fair use, or the public domain. See NYU's copyright and fair use page for more details.
Notice to Audience (PDF) - If your event has an audience, these signs can serve as their consent to be filmed. Please note these signs will not cover releases for individual speakers/presenters.
The Digital Studio - With their equipment and guidance, you can transfer analog media to digital media, use video editing software, and more on the 5th floor of Bobst. They also offer consultations on digital scholarship, eLearning, instructional technology, and digital publishing.
Campus Media - They provide a broad inventory of audio and video systems, laptops, projectors, and more for both classroom and event use.
Kimmel Media - Providers of audio/visual equipment and support at Kimmel.
The Global Learning and Innovation Team's Technology Enhanced Education Sampler - If your video needs are part of an instructional technology plan, GLI can help you.
Planning your project: The equipment, staff, and time resources required for each project varies, so it is important to discuss the logistics well in advance of your event.
Deadlines and Rush Service: Early notice of your event or proposed video project is always best, no matter the scale of the project. Please give a minimum of one week's notice. Rush service is available for a fee.
Costs: Regardless of the size or complexity of your video production, a detailed line item budget quote is offered for each of our services. We accept payments via NYU chartfield numbers and checks made payable to New York University.
Cancellations: Cancellations 24 hours or less before a planned shoot will incur a fee.
We are currently hiring for a Student Office Production Assistant and a Student Video Editor! Please apply via Wasserman.
Please note that a cover letter and portfolio are essential if you wish to be considered.