We have a suite of sound-proofed radio studios and an open plan newsroom, TV studio and gallery. They have been designed as a learning and teaching environment, but could just as easily be used for broadcasting.
Staffordshire is the first university to have a digital play-out facility for television. Our digital studio is the envy of many professional broadcasters. Students use dedicated camera and editing equipment, chosen because it uses the same technology the professionals use.
Our Broadcast Journalism Newsroom is the most modern in any university in the British Isles. It has been described by members of the Broadcast Journalism Training Council as a model of its kind. It was officially opened on Tuesday 12th April 2005 by the former Director-General of the BBC, Greg Dyke.