How To Set Up a Classroom & Teach Video/ Multimedia 

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Teach Multimedia can help you make the most of your budget, set up a multimedia classroom where all students are on task, and where you can think like a teacher—not like a broadcaster! We’ll equip your students with student-friendly video equipment, not complicated, needlessly expensive studio cameras.

What if there are 30 students in your class?

If you’re teaching a computer class, you know exactly how many computers are needed—30.

It’s no different if you’re teaching video creation and broadcast production. Your TV Studio/Multimedia Lab will provide 30 positions so every student is on task. A comprehensive curriculum and skillful planning ensures this happens and that each student has the opportunity to rotate through all positions. A properly functioning lab means all students have the opportunity to learn every facet of video equipment use, recording, editing, reporting, and broadcast production.

Far more practical than expensive, sophisticated cameras, a TV Studio/Multimedia Lab resembles an actual TV studio but has student-friendly equipment where students learn how to put a TV program together. The lab is flexible and can be operated with 17 to 30 students.



School Broadcast Video Lab

The diagram below illustrates the complete TMM Multimedia Lab concept, where all students are kept on task by learning how to create video stories, each of the broadcast positions, and more.

Phase 1: Plan, Record, and Edit is where students learn how to plan, record, and edit video stories. Involving interviews of students, teachers, administrators, and community members, these stories can be used as stand-alone videos or as segments within a broadcast.

Phase 2: School Broadcast Multimedia Lab is where students rotate through the positions illustrated to learn every aspect of creating and producing a news broadcast.

Phase 3: Broadcast to Classrooms and Community is where students learn the skills necessary to run a streaming service from which they can broadcast their stand-alone videos or news programs to their school’s classrooms, to their local communities, and to the world.

Phase 4: Studio Projects is where students learn how to create projects for their classrooms, schools, school district, and community. These projects can also become a source of income for the multimedia program, helping to sustain the program year-to-year.

View the TMM Multimedia Lab concept.

Digital Production Skills Curriculum

Check out our Digital Production Skills Curriculum which is designed to go with the Lab Packages shown below.

Video / Multimedia Lab Packages

Beginner Lab Package

This basic Lab Package includes the minimum equipment needed for video/multimedia lab. With this package you will be equipping these TV Studio positions:

  • Director
  • Camera
  • Audio Technician
  • Assistant Audio Technician
  • Teleprompter Operator
  • Anchor/ Reporter


Equipment Included in Beginner Package:

  • 1 Camcorder, including 1 fluid head tripod & 50 ft of HDMI cable.
  • 1 Portable teleprompter kit  plus 30 ft HDMI cable
  • 12-input bus Mixer plus 2 Lavalier lapel mics & cables.
  • 5-port ethernet network switch plus ethernet cable, SDD card, LED monitor & HDMI cable.
  • Plan, Record, and Edit Curriculum
  • Teacher Training—3 Hours

Price:  $3,323
item #  CTBS1-1 

Custom Package

Need more than a Beginner Lab Package?  We are here to service your needs whatever they are.  Complete and send the form below to help us understand your needs, and we will be in contact with you.

Price:  $3,500 – $550,000
item # CTBS5-5

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