Johnson & Wales University opens Center for Media Production

JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY faculty and administrators cut the ribbon for the opening of the Center for Media Production earlier this month. From left are associate professor Evan Villari, Vice Chancellor Joseph Greene, Providence Campus President Marie Bernardo-Sousa, Provost Billye Auclair and Michael Fein, dean of the John Hazen White College of Arts & Sciences. / COURTESY JOHNSON & WALES UNIVERSITY/MIKE COHEA
PROVIDENCE – Johnson & Wales University has opened its new Center for Media Production, a studio space at its Providence campus that will support the university’s Media & Communication Studies program. The Center for Media Production provides students a place for writing, recording and assembling media projects. It features two light-controlled photo and video studios…

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