Northern Arizona University is equipped to support the local Flagstaff community and other NAU partners through technology. Below are a various services provided by our Television Services unit.
NAU Television Services is a full-scale production facility that supports the University by offering an array of video services, facilities and creative energy to complete the most ambitious productions. Our primary television studio can accommodate the needs of most any production, including live-to-tape four-camera shoots. Equipped with a computerized lighting console and full multi-camera control room, you won't find a better facility in Northern Arizona to host your productions. Drawing from over one hundred years combined production experience, our staff of professional producers, directors, engineers, editors and videographers can take your project from concept to completion with efficiency and creativity. With a variety of field-production packages, we can go anywhere to capture the sights and sounds required to make your project unique and professional. Our post-production suites contain the very latest digital technology, allowing us to deliver your project in any modern media format, whether you require analog tape, digital tape, DVD, or streaming media. Whether your audience is watching on a cell phone or a high-definition theater, NAU Television Services is eager to produce for you. If you are interested in more information about production at NAU or would like to speak to someone about your project, please contact Bill Ferris at 928-523-8739 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Educational Systems Programming, or ESP, is a not-for-profit organization engaged in distance learning and cyberspace entrepreneurial activities at Northern Arizona University. ESP began its work in 1990 with the creation of educational and training programs in a variety of electronic media. At that time, ESP delivered the Elementary Spanish programs via live C-band satellite broadcast. Since its inception, ESP has widened its range of educational products, and is constantly producing new programs, including the Beginning Tai Chi with Patrick Martin and the educación española series.
Northern Arizona University Television Services operates and programs two local cable TV channels in Flagstaff. Channels 4 and 59 air programs and promotional materials related to Northern Arizona University activities and local public interest. These channels help to support and encourage an ongoing mutually beneficial relationship between the University and the community of Flagstaff.
Please contact Bill Ferris at 928-523-8739 or email@example.com if you would like information on putting your own educational or informational programming on Channel 4 or 59 in Flagstaff.
Through NAU Television Services, satellite downlink services are available to University departments and outside organizations. In satellite telecommunication, a downlink is the link from a satellite down to one or more ground stations or receivers.
Downlink transmissions from C-Band or KU-Band satellites may be routed to a conference room on the NAU campus that has an NAU cable TV drop, recorded onto videotape, or both. Downlinks can currently be received in Analog format. Digital receipt of satellite transmissions is currently unavailable. Clients are responsible for reserving a "viewing" room or conference room in which to watch the satellite broadcast. Viewing facilities are available in the du Bois Conference Center, the University Union, or the Cline Library.
Please contact Bill Ferris at 928-523-8739 or firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange for downlink services.
Events & Deadlines
- 12/19 : Commencement-Fall 2013
- 12/25-01/01 : University Closed - Winter Break (Begin)
- 01/20 : MARTIN LUTHER KING JR. DAY OBSERVED - UNIVERSITY CLOSED
- 03/17-03/21 : SPRING BREAK - No classes held that originate in Flagstaff (Begin)
- 12/25-01/01 : University Closed - Winter Break (End)