Columbia University Roone Arledge Broadcast Lab

Major facility renovation incorporates several state-of-the-art features to better prepare School of Journalism students for careers in radio and television broadcasting.  Upgraded spaces include studios, control room, voice booth and non-linear editing suites.

The School’s TV studio includes news set with several shooting positions.  Robotic cameras capture the action remotely in the adjacent control room.  Studio design accommodated a professional environment that can be operated with a small staff.  The editing suites feature 40 work stations.

Columbia University School of Journalism

New York, NY


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Renovated facilities  strengthened the ability to better prepare students for career paths in broadcasting and draw top students and faculty for robust collaborations.   WebPhoto_ColumbiaURABL-1   WebPhoto_ColumbiaURABL-2

Comprehensive acoustic services helped achieve environments conducive to professional-quality productions.