News at Princeton

Monday, April 24, 2017

Television and ISDN Radio Facilities

The University's ISDN radio studio is available to transmit feeds for live or recorded interviews for radio stations via ISDN and/or telephone connections. It is located in the Broadcast Center on the A Level of the Lewis Library at the corner of Washington Road and Ivy Lane.

This service is available during regular business hours to representatives of news organizations who are interviewing members of the Princeton University community. The studio cannot accommodate requests from the general public. As of Dec. 1, 2010, all one-hour radio ISDN interviews for news media outlets will be provided free of charge. Any radio ISDN sessions longer than one hour will be subject to a fee of $100 per additional half-hour (plus tax, if applicable). Please contact the Broadcast Center for more information.

The audio recording studio has four broadcast-grade microphones, which are mixed and edited in a separate control room with Digidesign Pro Tools and transmitted via a Zephyr ISDN encoder/decoder capable of interfacing with any codec required by remote radio or television stations. This provides clear sound quality for interviews in a soundproof environment.

A Broadcast Center staff member will set up the recording studio for your broadcast and handle the connection to the journalists.

To request an ISDN or other radio feed, please email or call 609-258-7872. For more information, visit the Broadcast Center website.