An Award-Winning Year for Rutgers’ iTV Studio
Rutgers’ iTV Studio, the fee-for-service video production unit of the Division of Continuing Studies and the university’s only professional broadcast facility, recently earned four DV Awards. This esteemed international digital video production competition recognizes outstanding creative and technical achievements.
iTV Studio was recognized in the 2011 DV Awards competition for:
- Breakfast at the Barracks—Interview with Brooke Mackenzie Ellison; Long Format—Education
- Rutgers University Center for Government Services; Long Format—Sales and Promotion
- Rutgers School of Communication and Information–Video Lookbook; Long Format—Education
- Answer, Rutgers Center for Applied Psychology; Long Format—Education
"While our primary focus is delivering high-quality professional products to our clients, being recognized by our industry peers is an honor and a testament to our team's commitment to excellence,” said Peter Troost, iTV Studio’s Assistant Director, Technical Operations and Production. The most recent accolades add to eight previous DV Awards earned by iTV Studio over the past five years.
The nearly 50-year-old iTV Studio operation is housed in Piscataway, at the edge of Rutgers' Livingston campus, in a former Army facility that was donated to the university in 1964. The studio combines the latest digital technology with an award-winning team to provide a distinctive set of services. While its primary mission is to serve Rutgers University, the iTV Studio meets a variety of communication and outreach needs; its external clientele includes local and state agencies, businesses, and worldwide broadcast outlets such as CNN, ABC, ESPN, PBS, and NPR.
For more information, visit the iTV Studio website.