Video content across multiple platforms is becoming an increasingly compelling medium to further expand the Georgia College brand. Our video team is responsible for producing storyboards, scripts and content in ways that reinforce strategic narratives and imagery. Our video content is developed in coordination with Admissions, Advancement and other departments to shape and extend important aspects of our brand across multiple platforms including social media, web communications, television broadcasting and recruitment events. For more information on specific video services provided by our broadcasting department contact our Video Manager, Stacey Lumley (firstname.lastname@example.org).
In addition, University Broadcasting manages Georgia College’s television broadcasting and programming throughout both the campus and the larger surrounding community through its management of the City of Milledgeville’s Governmental cable channel MBC TV4. Bi-monthly City Council meetings are broadcast live every 2nd and 4th Tuesday at 6:30pm and archived here. Discover these videos and our live online broadcasts for yourself on our Vimeo and YouTube pages. College Cable Services of Lexington, Kentucky, also provides over 100 channels of programming to the campus including Bobcat Vision, the Transportation/Bus Channel and the Ina Library Channel. Check here for a complete list of programming.
WRGC 88.3 FM is Georgia College’s 5,000-watt public radio station. WRGC broadcasts to a community of roughly 60,000 listeners in Baldwin and surrounding counties. In addition to National Public Radio favorites like All Things Considered and Morning Edition, WRGC produces local programs including Milledgeville Matters, Georgia College Connections and Jazz Classics with Dr. Bob Wilson. For more information, contact Operations Manager Daniel McDonald (email@example.com).
University Broadcasting produces marketing-related videos for the university’s broad, external audience. These projects are primarily coordinated through the Office of the President and University Communications. If you have a video project you’d like assistance with, please contact our office at least two weeks in advance. Our team will assess the project and our current obligations, then provide you options to meet your needs. Please note some video projects may require you to work with students or with an off-campus video contractor. Video production services for campus events, presentations, visiting lecturers or those targeted to a very narrow audience are not available through our office. However if you would like a video in one of those areas, options are available. Some requests may incur a cost. Our campus video partners below may also offer assistance with some video needs.
Campus video partners
Video Contractors: This list includes freelance videographers and estimated price quotes for their services. If you’d like assistance coordinating with a contractor, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mass Communication Practicum: Practicums are supervised fieldwork completed on-campus for one of the student media outlets or a university department. The practicum slots are filled the first week of each semester. If you think a practicum student would be a good fit for your department, please contact Amanda Respess, practicum academic supervisor.
Mass Communication Student Organizations: Bobcat Media Productions provides students of all majors an opportunity to produce various creative video projects such as music videos, 48-hour film projects and campus promotional videos. Students may pitch ideas to be produced and all projects are organized and structured as professional productions.
Instructional Technology and Digital Resources Center: Video cameras, microphones, tripods, etc. can be checked out from Russell Library.