At Asbury University, we believe students need to be able to communicate ideas proficiently, and that requires a competency in the latest technology available. Asbury has more equipment (cameras and edit suites) per media student than any other school known. We have primarily chosen to use the industry standards in equipment. We do, however, give students a chance to work with some experimental systems that could become the standard of the future.
Audio students use a professional equipped recording studio and our radio students use a radio control room that includes space for two guests and video cameras that allow radio shows to be streamed online or on our local cable system.
Film and television students use the latest equipment such as Canon C100, C300, C500, and C700 cameras, portable lighting systems, well equipped television studio, dollies, jibs and Steadicams.
Students edit the video and film projects on non‐linear editing systems. Our building includes over 60 computers equipped with Premiere Pro and the entire Adobe creative package of software.
The college designed and built a television production trailer. While it is primarily designed to be a training unit, it is also rented by the professional media on an ongoing basis. The unit also functions as the control center for our media production building’s television studio. This is a 40 ft. network quality trailer that includes use of: