Video Services to hold open house May 5

Western Today staff

Western Washington University's newly relocated television studio will be on full display from 1 to 4 p.m. Thursday, May 5.

The studio, run by ATUS Video Services, contains a new "green screen" wall, HD video production system and energy efficient lighting. Visitors may inspect the studio's video duplication, editing and distribution work stations while meeting with the manager and student staff of Video Services.

Find out more about what Video Services can do for you!

The studio is located in Haggard Hall Room 113. For more information, contact Robert B. Clark, manager of Digital Video Services, at (360) 650-6193 or robert.clark@wwu.edu.

Friday, April 29, 2011 - 11:56am
The Video Services television studio contains all of the equipment needed for video duplication, editing and distribution. Photo courtesy of ATUS Video Services.

The Video Services television studio contains all of the equipment needed for video duplication, editing and distribution. Photo courtesy of ATUS Video Services.

Dennis Madsen, chair of the WWU Board of Trustees, films a video in the Video Services television studio. Photo courtesy of ATUS Video Services.

Dennis Madsen, chair of the WWU Board of Trustees, films a video in the Video Services television studio. Photo courtesy of ATUS Video Services.