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Marineau Media Center

Georgetown's on-site broadcast studio

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Georgetown University's world class community of scholars provides insight, analysis and expertise on a wide variety of news and events. The Marineau Media Center, housed in the Kencel Press Room, is a high-quality, on-site broadcast studio that allows Georgetown University to conveniently connect with media.

Readycam System

studio equip The Marineau Media Center was a generous gift from member of the Board of Directors and alumnus Philip Marineau (C`68)

Our facilities are equipped with the VideoLink ReadyCam™ system and include Georgetown University branding, a professional broadcast camera and lighting, as well as 24/7 professional support for live and recorded high-definition (HD) video. Centrally located in the Rafik B. Hariri Building, our ReadyCam® studio also offers ISDN capabilities for live and recorded broadcast-quality radio interviews.

Our facilities are equipped with the Telos Zephyr Xstream using the 64kbps / 48kHz transmission mode.

ISDN line 1: 1.202.625.47410101
ISDN ine 2: 1.202.625.16520101

To book an interview in the Marineau Media Center, contact the Office of Communications by filling out our booking form or calling (202) 687.4328. Our staff are on-call 24/7 for media requests.

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Video Services

The Office of Communications consults with departments to provide video creators with broadcast standards and general guidelines to assist with the activities of producing and distributing video. Our office may be able to facilitate event production and the capturing of your footage with one of our preferred vendors. If you would like assistance with your video production please contact the Office of Communications at (202) 687.4328 for assistance.

Video Standards

Georgetown University broadcast standards for capturing video are: all footage is captured in High Definition (HD) at a minimum of 720p (preferably 1080p), 16:9 aspect ratio at 23.98 frames per second (progressive is preferred over interlaced). By capturing your footage at the highest possible source it will allow for multi-purposing of the content, whether that be for delivery over the Web, creating a DVD or for distribution on cable or satellite.

Content must include event title and date in the introduction of the piece and submission should be accompanied by appropriate release forms for non-Georgetown participants acknowledging recording and distribution permissions.


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