About Media Production at UNCW
Media Production provides professional video and photography services to promote and highlight UNCW departments, faculty, students, staff, friends and the university as a whole. Projects are prioritized based on overarching university goals and includes promotional videos, on-campus digital messaging, the broadcasting of events like commencement and other vehicles as applicable.
Professional Video Production:
The staff of Media Production has many years of experience producing professional promotional videos and individual feature stories.
- Promotional videos
- Individual stories
- Academic accomplishment feature videos (Commencement)
We use the best professional equipment available to create the highest quality videos and multimedia. Contact us using the “Help” button to promote your department.
STUDENTS: University students can intern, participate in a work-study program or work in a part-time paid position within the department. As a part of the Media Production crew, they will receive hands-on learning; as a member of the television studio crew, they can gain experience by producing a feature, creating content for the campus channel or scheduling broadcast programming 77.1, the CHWK Network.
The CHWK - "The Seahawk Network"
The CHWK is a closed-circuit cable channel on the UNCW cable network broadcasting to the rooms of 4,000 residential students and to displays in public areas. It is shown on Channels 77.1 in digital HD. UNCW staff manage the channel which utilizes student employees and interns for daily operation. It broadcasts a student-produced news program called TealTV, student video productions, motion pictures, educational programming and university events. Additionally, the channel serves as an outlet for campus emergency information and weather reports. Any students, faculty and staff wishing to post video, audio, graphics, messages, artwork, music and announcements.
TLN - The Learning Network
The Learning Network of the Cape Fear (TLN) station broadcasts on channel 5 in New Hanover County with the exception of Carolina Beach where it broadcasts on channel 12. TLN is a dynamic educational partnership between New Hanover County Schools, Cape Fear Community College and UNCW to develop and produce programming that meets the educational, informational and cultural needs of the citizens of Southeastern North Carolina.