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Event Support & Production

About Event Support Services

Audio Visual Equipment Staging

ETS provides a broad range of Events Production and Staging support services for events that take place on the UC Berkeley campus and in the greater Bay Area. Our staff of expert technicians is available to help setup, operate, and tear-down PA speakers, microphones, & LCD projectors & computers. > Read more

About Videoconferencing Services

About Video Production Services

ETS offers comprehensive production and post production services to the University community at competitive rates.  Our seasoned producers, videographers, editors and engineers bring a wealth of experience and talent to your project.

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Announcements

ETS needs your feedback on Classroom Technology Support

We need your feedback! Educational Technology Services (ETS) is proud to be your campus partner for supporting A/V technology in the general assignment GA classrooms. > Read more

Recent Video Production + Event Support + Videoconferencing Articles

vhs taped dvd
Posted April 18, 2014 | Article

Did you know that manufacturers are no longer making VCRs? Although many technology classrooms include the ability to play a VHS tape, the format is now a legacy technology. Find out what you can do today to preserve your media and ensure you can play your content tomorrow.

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Posted August 15, 2012 | Article

This article describes ETS' efforts to support instructors and staff with their technology needs for the new semester.

Posted June 6, 2012 | Article

What our clients say about us.

Posted November 29, 2011 | Article

ETS is proud to announce the new Multimedia Production Suite, a video-recording studio equipped for faculty to record, edit and publish online instructional materials.

webcast.berkeley's new home page
Posted June 30, 2011 | Article

Nearly a year ago ETS began planning to retire the webcast server that had powered webcast.berkeley's ability to serve videos to students, the campus community, and life-long learners around the globe for the past 7 years. In our planning we discussed what the future of webcast.berkeley should look like and how we should serve content to our viewers. Today marks the culmination of that year long planning effort with the launch of the new webcast.berkeley website.

Harry Kreisler
Posted January 19, 2011 | Article

Harry Kreisler celebrated a major milestone when the 500th episode of his Conversations With History series aired this month. These 500 shows have been produced by ETS (and its previous incarnations as Office of Media Servies and Office of Television Services) over the course of nearly 28 years.

Posted January 7, 2010 | Article

webcast.berkeley logo gift-wrapped

As part of the webcast.berkeley distribution portfolio, Apple's iTunes U plays an important role in extending the reach of UC Berkeley's course lectures and campus events to a whole new audience through a special section in the iTunes store. With over 8,000 tracks available in UC Berkeley's iTunes U catalog, we are focused on improving the student experience by making course lectures & campus events available through a familiar interface and on broadening the public's window of access to UC Berkeley's rich intellectual resources.