Technical support and resources are minutes away
UW Video’s engineers are intimately familiar with UW facilities, video infrastructure and fiber map and the needs of campus partners and broadcasters. In addition, since UWTV is a 24/7/365 operation, our engineers are always available to address needs that may arise within our campus video operations.
Worldwide live broadcast capabilities
UW Video connects UW to news outlets around the world through both satellite and fiber transmission. UW faculty experts, coaches and athletes regularly use the convenient UW Video studios for both national and international television interviews. UW Video can accommodate requests from media outlets for interviews or help departments conduct and transmit satellite media tours. UW Video has transmitted interviews and events to ESPN, MSNBC, Al Jazeera, ABC, FOX, CBS and ROOT Sports, among many others. We currently provide video transport services to all outside media to deliver video signal from all UW Athletics facilities
Leverage the power of video for your event, organization or website! UW Video’s engineering services include:
- Live webcasting
- Video transport from key UW facilities including Husky Stadium, Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion, Kane Hall, Meany Theater and many other locations across campus
- Studio-based transport services to major news outlets
- Live event design and support
Video transport rate card
|Husky Stadium||8 hours||$1,350|
|Alaska Airlines Arena||6 hours||$1,100|
|Outside (BB, SB, Soccer)||6 hours||$1,100|
|Live shot (athletics facilities)||30 minutes||$375|
|Live shot (Kane studios)||1 hour||$750|
|Live shot (other locations)||–||call for quote|
|Live webcast only||90 minutes||$770|
Additional charges may apply for use of third-party transport services. Fiber transport rates are for “last mile” services only. Contact us for more details and to book your video transport appointment.
All quoted prices are for uncompressed HD SDI video at 1080i HD unless otherwise stated. Encoding and/or compressing to an H.264 or ASI stream transport stream will be an extra charge. JPEG 2000 encoding not available.
Our engineering staff
UW Video also maintains a staff of professional broadcast engineers working from a facility located in Kane Hall on the UW campus. UW Video engineers combine the latest in technical training with a unique understanding of the university environment to provide a variety of services to the University of Washington community.