Mass Communication Center
An important component of the Mass Communication Center is the opportunities available in television and video production.
Students in COMM 2200 (Beginning) and COMM 2310 (Intermediate) learn studio production, field production, and broadcasting. These students are able to develop their skills while serving as crew members on MCC productions.
The MCC oversees a variety of student-produced shows in the news, sports and entertainment genres.
Students in COMM 2510 (Advanced) specialize in documentary film projects.Through MCC-TV, students get hands on practicum experience:
• Shooting on location with state-of-the-art high-definition cameras.
• Editing with the latest production tools, including Adobe Premiere.
• Broadcasting through cable and web distribution sources.
MCC Program Manager
South City Campus, 1-087E
Lab Aide (Equipment Checkout)
Kachina Choate & Brook Cummings
South City Campus, 1-083
Hours of Availability
Edit Bay Access
South City Campus, 1-054
M-R – 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
F – 8 a.m. to 7 p.m.
South City Campus, 1-087A
Aaron Quintana and Caitlyn Johnston (What's Bruin')
Michael Waters (Express News)
Jesse Valdez (End of the Bench)
Edit Bay Access Personnel: