Filming on campus
For commercial and/or dramatic video shoots, contact Barb Evans, Contract Administrator, Real Estate Development & Portfolio, at email@example.com or (510) 642-9942. For more information, visit the UC Berkeley Real Estate Division site.
Students acting as journalists
Notwithstanding policies described above, a student is permitted to engage in journalism activities in any physical location of campus to which that student otherwise has access in their capacity as a student, and is not required to seek advance permission from the campus to do so. All students should generally be mindful that California is a two-party recording state (meaning the recording party must seek the express consent of the recorded party prior to making a recording) and that instructors generally own and control the rights to the intellectual property expressed in their lectures.
Subject to the cautions noted above, a student acting as a journalist is generally permitted to engage in video and audio recording in any campus location to which that student otherwise has access in their capacity as a student, so long as they are not recording what anyone says without their permission and/or violating reasonable expectations of privacy.
Broadcast media relations
For assistance in arranging access to on-campus studios, campus video footage, expert faculty, and seeking required permission to conduct documentary, educational, and long-form news productions on campus, contact Roxanne Makasdjian, Director of Broadcast Communications, at firstname.lastname@example.org or (510) 642-6051.
* For commercial and dramatic film productions, contact Real Estate Services.
North Gate Hall studio
Operated by: The Graduate School of Journalism
Location: North Gate Hall
Radio: Audio booth with ISDN line for live or taped recording
Television: Single-camera HD studio with fiber connection for live or taped recording and video feeds
Booking and rates: Christopher Routh, Studio booking cellphone: (510) 501-7713; email@example.com.