Equipment & Services

TROY TrojanVision operates a state-of-the-art high definition production facility co-located with our cable television operations center and Troy Public Radio on the first floor of Wallace Hall on the Troy campus.

Facilities include:

The Earl Hutto Studio

 Photo of to journalism students operating television production cameras on a student-run television news set of Troy TrojanVision Nightly News

The Earl Hutto Studio, home to TROY TrojanVision News and other news, talk and sports programs [29x40’, dimmer controlled LED lighting, 3 Hitachi HD cameras, 1 Sony HD PTZ camera Autoscript teleprompters];

Studio B

Dr. Dan Sutter, host of the show E-conversations with one of his guests
Studio B, home to EconVersations and other talk programs, small-scale musical performances, Spotlight video productions, etc. [29x24’, dimmer controlled LED lighting, 3 Hitachi HD cameras (shared with Hutto Studio) 1 Sony HD PTZ camera];

Production Control

 inside of Troy trojanvision production control booth
Production Control equipped with Broadcast Pix Granite 5000+ production switcher (includes Title Motion CG, 2 clip stores), GVG Summit video server, Wheatstone audio mixer);

AVID edit suite (operated by BDN staff)
Iinside the Troy trojanvision Avid edit Suite
News Facilities:

 journalism students preparing for cast in the Troy trojanvision Newsroom
ENG (electronic news gathering) gear (5 sets) consists of Panasonic AVCHD cameras, wireless and wired microphones, tripods and lights. [

Students who are established TrojanVision News contributors, or who have appropriate class assignments, can check out gear through the Television Production Coordinator (subject to availability)].


News Edit Bays (6). Students participating in TROY TrojanVision News edit their stories using GVG Edius 7 networked with GVG Summit for full HD file based playout. Students who are established TrojanVision News contributors, or who have appropriate class assignments, can schedule night or weekend access to gear and edit facilities by arrangement with the Television Production Coordinator (subject to availability).

In addition to regularly scheduled newscasts and other programs, the TROY TrojanVision staff and students produce a variety of other programs throughout the year for airing on our cable television network and internet streaming. These programs include campus events, lectures presented by both TROY faculty and visiting speakers, musical and dance productions presented by the many TROY ensembles just to name a few.

As a component of Troy University’s Marketing and Communication administrative subdivision, TROY TrojanVision creates many other video productions for delivery to the public through the full range of channels—as cable television programs, social media videos, and on a file basis.