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GW Flash Studio

GW Flash Studio
Media and Public Affairs Building, 2nd floor
805 21st Street, NW

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Flash Studio is the University’s one-camera studio used for remote television and radio interviews. Campus fiber lines and technology allow GW to transport broadcast quality audio and video signals to local, national, and international media.

The Flash Studio is available to faculty for broadcast interviews. For example, if you receive a call from CNN to participate in an on-camera interview later that day and do not have time to go their TV studios, you can request a remote, on-camera interview from GW’s Flash Studio.

If you would like to use the Flash Studio, please contact the Office of Media Relations at 202-994-6460 and ask to speak with a member of the media relations team. They will ask for the details of the interview, including time and media outlet, and confirm the availability of the flash studio. We realize that often there is a very short lead time for broadcast interviews. During business hours, in most instances, we should be able to accommodate the interview. After hours and weekends, we will do our best to fulfill requests.

We are very pleased to be able to offer this valuable resource to GW faculty. The Office of Media Relations receives more than 50 media queries weekly for faculty experts. This is in addition to the hundreds of calls faculty receive independently. Working together, we can continue to promote University faculty as expert resources.

Please visit the GW News Center for the database of faculty experts, updated tip sheets on current events (Airline Security, Hurricane Katrina Anniversary, etc.), and archived audio and video Podcasts from campus events and faculty media breakfasts.

 

 

 

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