Staff from Notre Dame Studios assisted in the coordination, engineering, production and live streaming of two unique academic events, as part of the Listening to Puerto Rico Teach-Out: a free online global learning opportunity developed jointly by the University of Michigan and University of Notre Dame, giving voice to the people of Puerto Rico as they tell their stories of the island’s devastation and recovery from Hurricane Maria.
Partnership between ND Studios and NDIGI provided interns from various majors and departments with learning opportunities to produce videos in a professional studio, and to broaden their communication and presentation skills to include digital media.
On September 12, 2018, Ban Ki-moon, the 8th Secretary General of the United Nations, delivered the keynote address of the 3rd Asia Leadership forum organized by the Liu Institute for Asia and Asian Studies.
Mike Bonner, executive producer, live events, Fighting Irish Media, and Aaron Creasy, chief engineer, Notre Dame Studios, take you through the new facilities in the Martin Media Center for SVG College.…
The Notre Dame Studios Live Stream team has been working with AWS Elemental on writing up a case study which demonstrates our live streaming workflow success using AWS Elemental encoders. The case study can be found here…
On March 5-7, 2018, the Notre Dame Studios staff supported the McGrath Institute for Church Life on the media production and live streaming delivery of the full conference and the keynote by Bishop Robert Barron of Los Angeles, California. The keynote address, kicking off the three-day conference provided an excellent overview of the current state of Catholic faith intersecting with the Millennial Generation. The talk was titled “Looking for the Nones”…
The main studio at the Rex and Alice A. Martin Media Center is set up to record a talk show. Students from the Internet Television Production class led by Ted Mandell in the Department of Film, Television, and Theatre are learning how to produce this type of show.
May all your creative multimedia visions come true this holiday season!
With gratitude and blessings,
The staff of Notre Dame Studios
I was recently fortunate enough to have the opportunity to work behind the scenes at Notre Dame’s NDignite show. The broadcast is targeted toward middle and high school students to teach them about life at a university like Notre Dame, the college application process, and how to use their talents to the best of their ability.
by Jacqueline Marino
The display of gratitude was pervasive throughout the dedication and blessing of Corbett Family Hall on Friday, September 8, 2017. Corbett Family Hall is one of three buildings constructed as a part of the Campus Crossroads project here at Notre Dame. This newly constructed building, attached to the east side of Notre Dame Stadium, will house the Rex and Alice A. Martin Media Center, as well as psychology, anthropology, and multimedia classrooms. Corbett Family Hall allows departments that were previously housed in separate buildings to unite under one roof. The unification of the psychology and anthropology departments will foster academic innovation and research with state-of-the-art laboratories, classrooms, and offices. …
It is my great privilege and honor to announce the opening of the Rex and Alice A. Martin Media Center for Notre Dame faculty and staff on September 5, 2017. The Martin Media Center is a game-changer for Notre Dame. The cutting edge audio-video production capabilities of this facility are at the head of the class in higher education and rival national network facilities. As a campus community, we owe a great debt of gratitude to Rex and Alice Martin for their extraordinary generosity in making this state-of-the-art center a reality. …
The University of Notre Dame will publicly unveil the largest construction project in its 175-year history with a pair of events during Kicks & Flicks Week August 20 through 25.
At the core of the University of Notre Dame is an aspiration to become a preeminent research university with a distinctive Catholic mission and an unsurpassed undergraduate education. Those values will find expression in the new Digital Media Center, a component of the Campus Crossroads project.