In order to ensure the safety of our Washington University community and to comply with all applicable University health and safety guidelines, the Harvey Media Center will be operating at a reduced capacity during the COVID pandemic.

These updated guidelines and services are subject to change as new university guidelines are released.

Harvey Media Center Studios

  • Studio 350 (DUC 350) and the HMC Video Studio (DUC 357) will be unavailable for the duration of the Fall 2020 semester.
  • The Cassilly Media Lab and HMC Media Plaza will not be available for reservations or group meetings for the Fall 2020 semester.
  • Studio 352 (Podcast Studio) will be available for voiceover or production worked performed by a single individual. Only one individual will be allowed in the studio at any time.
  • Studio 350a (Studio 350 Control Room) will be available for production work performed by a single individual, or voiceover work between two individuals.
  • All space reservations and equipment rental requests not part of an event must be submitted through the Project Proposal Form.
  • All approved reservations must occur within the building hours of the Danforth University Center.
  • HMC Photo Services will be suspended for the Fall 2020 semester.
  • Reservation time limits may be imposed.

The Angel and Paul Harvey Media Center is a state-of-the-art media facility established to educate and empower the Washington University community to tell their stories through media.

How can we help you create?

Rent Media Equipment

Find everything you need to hold an event, create a video, or shoot the perfect photo.

Reserve a Studio Space

Create in studios tailored to podcast recording, photo and video, audio mastering, and voiceover.

Request card access for your student group

a Consultation

Come ask questions and talk to us about your projects, ideas, and marketing campaigns.

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Visit the Harvey Media Center offices in DUC 347 for more information!

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