Carolina News Studio

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Information for journalists

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Carolina faculty and administrators can share their expertise 24/7 with national TV networks, cable or local TV stations, and radio stations for news interviews from our on-campus news studio.

The state-of-the-art studio allows for live an pre-recorded interviews in high definition, utilizing our Sony XDCAM HD cameras, outfitted for studio use.  An adjacent control room handles technical operations for interviews in the studio.

Carolina News Studio is staffed by engineers and producers with decades of combined experience in live and taped interviews. In addition to overseeing studio interviews, the staff can shoot video out in the field, as well as b-roll to support the story, using Sony XDCAM HD cameras and Final Cut Pro editing software.

For recorded or live feeds to radio stations, the studio is also equipped with ISDN connectivity using Telos’ Zephyr Xstream codec.

The Carolina News Studio is a partnership between University Relations and the School of Journalism and Mass Communication.  The studio is conveniently located on central campus in Carroll Hall, home of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication.

View a campus map highlighting the location of the Carolina News Studio.


The Carolina News Studio transmits a 1080i, high definition signal using technology from LTN Global Communications.  The signal from the studio is also available through Microspace Communications Corp. in Raleigh, NC.  Microspace can provide on-demand access to most of the world’s major broadcast outlets via satellite uplink and VYVX fiber optics.


The Studio Manager, Rob Holliday, can assist you in setting up an interview for your broadcast.
Communications & Public Affairs office: (919) 843-6322
Studio office: (919) 843-9875
Cell phone: (919) 259-2193

You may also contact Communications & Public Affairs to schedule studio time.
Media line:  919-445-8555


The satellite time and fiber optic prices when using the Carolina News Studio’s facilities must be negotiated directly with Microspace.