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How To Find Video Recording and Production at Pacific University

The following is available for members of the Pacific University community who need video recording and production services:

  • Media Arts Production Services (MAPS) creates videos and graphic design work for the campus and community. MAPS hires for pay freelance student producers to film and/or livestream lectures and events, create marketing videos and print material, edit video footage provided by clients, and fill photography requests. MAPS evaluates requests received and balances those with existing projects and student availability. Contact Emily Coats at for more info.

  • The Technology Helpdesk makes consumer-level video equipment available for checkout to students, faculty and staff, and gives basic training in using this equipment. Any use of this equipment must be handled by the requestor. Contact with inquiries or reserve equipment via EMS.

  • Marketing and Communications (MarCom) creates videos with a focus on external audiences to increase visibility, awareness and brand name recognition. MarCom evaluates requests received and balances those with priorities and existing projects, and determines how best to use resources for the development of multimedia assets. MarCom occasionally works with students and freelancers to meet those needs and as a result any costs associated with those resources would be applicable. See MarCom's Photography & Multimedia page for more.

  • The Center for Technology and Curricular Innovation can provide advice and training, as well as some consumer-level loaner equipment, to faculty who want to use video in their teaching. Contact for more info.

  • External contractors can be hired to provide video services. The Office of Conferences and Events Support Services can help connect those who need video support with these contractors. Contact for more information.

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