Radio and Television studio at BU get glow up

Radio and Television studio at BU get glow up
The revised Radio studio for TSOM. Photo by Vaayun Sachdeva
By Shreya Dattatraya Chougule

Greater Noida: The Radio Studio and Television Studios at Times School of Media (TSOM) of Bennett University have been revamped to shape students into media professionals.

Starting this August, students and faculty at TSOM will work in renovated Radio and Television Studios. This initiative was taken by the management and Professor Sanjeev Ratna Singh, Dean TSOM, to help students prepare according to industry standards. “We want our students to become content curators for which they’ll need the best equipment. There is a synchronisation between Bennett University and the industry where we are able to use their resources. It also shows how closely the University will be working with the Times Group.” said Singh.

The studios have not just received a physical makeover, but a lot of new equipment has been added. The TV Studio now has a multicamera setup, television sets, table and carpets from the film city, green screen, and new lighting setup of 11 lights in addition to the earlier arrangement. “If we look at the television studio alone, it has been improved in four different ways, leading to an enhanced visual experience,” said Singh.

The faculty has applauded the benefits of the revamp. “The enthusiasm level of Professors will be high with the increase in operational capacity. We will be able to create multiple programs like weather and talk shows,” said Gunjan Sharma, Assistant Professor at TSOM.

Even the Radio Studio has been rejuvenated through a well-thought out process. It has been secured against any sound spillover with instalment of double glass and soundproofing on all walls including the roof. The table at the studio is brought from the Radio Mirchi Studio. “Radio is all about audio, however, it must have some ‘zing’ to it. How does one sound happy? It’s because of your surroundings. Therefore, we brought in the changes it needed,” said Singh.

“The radio studio has been very well received by all the faculty and the students. An attempt to make it replicate the professional studio has been achieved. The students will have a great experience working here,” said Deepak Kumar, Sound Engineer, TSOM.

Many other projects including a Mobile Journalism studio, Community Radio Station and a Film Studio are now under way.

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