The Worldwide Communications Center, or the WCC, opened in the fall of 2007 on the second floor of the Jewett-Brown Academic Center at Hathaway Brown School. An innovative set design was paired with state-of-the-art digital broadcast technology in creating this unique space. Technology is the crucial building block of the WCC and provides the basis for the three primary capabilities of the Communications Center:
- Video Production: Video production, or videography, is the process of making films, videos, or other media content. The tools for producing video content can empower students of almost any age to produce personal masterpieces.
- Video Conferencing: Video conferencing allows two or more groups to connect via a live, interactive broadcast. It can be used for classroom exchanges, meetings, professional development opportunities, remote interviews, and virtual field trips.
- Live Video Streaming: Any media content (video production and videoconferencing) can be streamed live for Internet users to watch. Live streaming can be done from anywhere in the school where there is a computer with a network connection.
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