Television production classes have been continuously running at Brooklyn College since the first television studio was set up in Boylan Hall in 1958. Our current Studio B, in Whitehead Hall, has been in operation since 1964 and has adapted over the years to many technological developments in the broadcast industry. Now into our fifth decade, we are proud to continue our tradition of producing high-quality programs by our talented students, faculty and staff.
Working in conjunction with the Department of Television and Radio, the Television Center's primary services include providing field production equipment loans, full TV studio facilities and a post-production laboratory. It also provides engineering support, set-building capabilities and additional post facilities for master's students as well as tech support for the radio lab and WBCR.
Students enrolled in production classes or the M.F.A. program may utilize the facilities and borrow equipment free of charge. The Television Center provides video production services to the college administration and academic communities as well as independent clients.
The Television Center is located in the basement of Whitehead Hall and includes Operations (room 018), Distribution (room 001), Studio B & MCR (room 007) and the Post-production Lab (room 005).