TV Center FAQs
There are different ways to do/ take part in a teleconference. New York University offers three of the most popular ways: Satellite downlink, I.S.D.N. and video streaming using the Internet. Each one of these methods serve different needs, budgets, and audiences. The TVC's teleconferencing coordinator will recommend the best method for the job, and refer you to the apropriate coordinators. For a consulation on teleconferencing services at NYU in general, and satellite downlinks in specific, fill out the Online Request A Service Form.
Yes. We can both record your event on traditional video media, or encode the information so that it can be viewed and archived on the Internet. The TVC will do all the legwork required to store your RealPlayer media files on NYU's server, and give you the links to access the cybercast. Visit our Digital Services section for details.
Any matriculated student engaged in a curriculum related video assignment, or faculty and staff working on NYU specific programming. In most cases, the Television Center's professional staff will operate the equipment. Visit our Video Events Section.
No. Even though we are a non-profit resource for the University, we do charge below-market rates to help cover our opreation costs. Our producers will access all the production elements of your project and will try to recommend an affordable budget, without compromising the quality of your program. For an estimate on your proposed program complete our online Request A Service Form.
Yes. They are both part of the same NYU library department, Television and Media Services, but each is a separate unit with different mandates. NYU-TV is focused upon providing programming content for the NYU community whereas the Television Center is the principal video production and operations facility for the entire university.
Only on VHS format. For all other formats contact the Television Center Manager at (212) 998-5163, who will direct you to external video sources that provide this service.