The Digital Media Center
At The University of Alabama Digital Media Center (DMC), you can work alongside industry professionals through paid jobs, unpaid internships and course laboratories to develop the skills you need for your career. The state-of-the-art teaching facility is housed in Bryant-Denny Stadium, located just steps from Reese Phifer Hall. The DMC is home to four professional media outlets including university-owned WVUA 23, Alabama Public Radio, The Center for Public Television and Crimson Tide Productions.
The DMC has more than 90 staff members, and more than 100 students work in the Digital Media Center each year. Student interns at WVUA 23 have a 90% job placement rate after graduation.
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Alabama Public Radio is a statewide broadcast operation with news and classical music. As a news intern at APR, students have the opportunity to work side-by-side with an international award-winning news team.
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CPT&R connects creative knowledge with digital technology to produce compelling programs and high-end client production. Students receive hands-on experiences in all areas of television production.
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Crimson Tide Productions is the multimedia component of The University of Alabama’s Athletic Department. Students work with CTP on graphic design, broadcast television production, recruitment materials and in-game production for eight UA sports.
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WVUA 23 is a competitive professional commercial television station in a top 40 market US market. Students have the opportunity to produce, edit, direct and create news content for three daily newscasts that air across central Alabama.
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The DMC is a 40,000-square-foot, teaching laboratory housed in The University of Alabama’s Bryant-Denny Stadium. The DMC uses innovative technology and teaching methods to prepare students for professional roles in the mass communication industry.