Video & Multimedia

ITS supports both academic and administrative departments with the creation of long and short-form video programs.  We provide all aspects of video support, including full video production and post-production services, live event broadcasting, classroom recording, video distribution services, and video conferencing.  Visit the gallery to view recent productions. 

Video Production Services

The ITS New Media Lab (NML) provides production and post-production support for academic and university produced video programming intended for the Wesleyan website and social media distribution channels.  ITS's Instructional Media Services (IMS) provides video and audio recording support used for internal purposes, including video archiving, classroom recordings and reference video. [Learn more]

Event and Audio/Visual Support

The ITS Instructional Media Services (IMS) provides special event and audio visual services support throughout the Wesleyan campus for events like lectures, dances, film-screenings, and debates. The service includes providing and setting up needed equipment such as projectors, screens, microphones, speakers, mixing boards. [Learn more]

Classroom Recording

Faculty may request to have their classroom lectures recorded and made available online for their students to review. [Learn More]

Live-Broadcasting: WesCast

WesCast is Wesleyan's live-broadcasting service.  We live-broadcast important events such as sports games, lectures, etc. so that anyone around the world with a computer and access to the internet can view your event. If you are looking to view a live WesCast event, go to  [Learn more]


The ITS New Media Lab (NML), in partnership with the Office of Communications, maintains the Wesleyan University YouTube Channel and can assist faculty, staff and students with uploading video content for public distribution. [Learn more]

iTunes U

Wesleyan University provides access to more than 1,000 faculty and guest speaker lectures and podcasts as well as special events and weekly seminars on its public iTunes U site. [Learn more]