Co-Head of Library IT & Library Media Services; Director, NYU-TV and Television Center
University Media Services includes the following:
The Art Moderne styled Art Theater first opened in 1940, starting out as a late-run showcase for American and foreign movies before becoming a first-run theater in the late 1950s, and later, in the 1980s, the Movieland triplex. NYU renovated the space in 1996, adding the facade and creating the three-theater Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Film Center as an all-University facility for larger-capacity classes, screenings, and special events
Campus Media is comprised of two units: Classroom Media and Events Media. Each unit offers a broad inventory of audio and video systems, projection equipment, laptop computers (PC and Macintosh), accessories for classroom support and special events, as well as demonstrations and training on the proper use of equipment to faculty and staff.
NYU-TV is New York University’s own closed-circuit television network providing two channels on NYU’s Campus Cable system. NYU-TV’s mission is to inform, educate, and entertain the NYU community. In addition to distributing exciting programming to the NYU community, NYU-TV offers comprehensive, professional video production and post-production services to NYU departments to meet a variety of needs.