The Digital Media team handles various audio and video projects for the University community. While our focus is primarily video production for academic projects, we do often provide video services to meet other needs of the community. Our team is equipped to handle everything from web-streaming live events such as Commencement and Charter Day, to editing existing video, to podcasting, to event recording for on-demand viewing, to producing high-quality original video content. We post our completed materials in one of several locations including Seton Hall’s YouTube Channel, Blackboard, iTunes U and our own university hosted media servers. We shoot in several formats utilizing the most popular codecs and distribute to any platform. The Digital Media team will work closely with you to decide the best options for your needs.
If you would like to request our video services, please contact Michael.Soupios@shu.edu. Turn-around time for video production varies greatly by project, so please provide our team with as much advanced notice as possible.
Examples of our work
Transition Boot Camp
Partner: John H. Shannon and Continuing Education and Professional Studies
This video was created as a promotional piece to advertise the Transition Boot Camp: Business Literacy and Career Management program held at Seton Hall. This video demonstrates the creative and technical skills of the Digital Media team as they worked closely with the faculty to create a script and all of the elements in the video.
Seton Hall University: A History
Partner: Student Affairs
This video was created as part of the new SHU Traditions presentation during Welcome Week festivities hosted by Student Affairs. They originally approached the Digital Media team with the need to present a brief inspirational history to the new students at Seton Hall. Our team worked with Student Affairs to create a script, pull images from the University Archives, select music, and create the video with voice-over.
I Am Change
Partner: Center for Leadership Development, Stillman School of Business, Ideas & Trends project
The Digital Media team worked closely with the faculty and students to create this video which is the result of a year-long effort by a team of Leadership Development Seniors. The purpose of this effort was to leave a sustainable legacy. This is that legacy.
Video Tutorial: How to grant a third party access to your SHU ebilling account
Partner: Office of the Bursar
This video is indicative of our series of video tutorials. The team has created easy-to-follow tutorials on everything from basic topics like accessing and using email and changing your university password to advanced topics such as exporting video projects using Adobe Premiere and configuring your network settings to use Google’s public DNS. These videos are highly structured and tailored to completely demonstrate your topic.