Center for Media and Educational Technologies Broadcasting Video Production

Broadcasting & Video Production

The  UO Libraries Center for Media and Educational Technologies (CMET) offers professional video production and distribution services to the University of Oregon community, state agencies, and non-profit organizations.

Facilities include two broadcast studios, single-camera and multi-camera field production units, a computerized video editing suite, digital video effects, complete audio mixing and processing, sophisticated computer graphic arts, and a video duplication facility.

Video uplinks from CMET broadcast studios use a point-of-origin Vyvx connection, which provides broadcast-quality signal to networks worldwide via fiber optic network. Additional broadcasting and distribution options include internet streaming and uplinking via microwave or satellite An ISDN codec is available for broadcast-quality radio interviews. 

University of Oregon programming can be centrally hosted for on-demand access from the UO Channel (, Scholars' Bank repository, or departmental websites. Media conversion and duplication services are available.

To the extent possible, service fees are waived for UO instructional projects (CRN-related), although duplication and other direct expenses may be assessed on a cost-recovery basis. Rates and related fees apply for non-instructional UO projects, state agencies, and other organizations.

For more information, please contact Andre Chinn at (541) 346-2145.



Andre Chinn
Video Production & Streaming Services Manager

Ward Biaggne
Lynette Boone
Mike Majdic


Created by jdhauger on Jun 18, 2012 Last updated Aug 14, 2014