The GW Media Relations team provides a wide range of services and resources for the media, including information about the university and our experts, interview logistical support, on-campus filming/broadcast venues and stock photos and broadcast quality video of campus.
On-Campus Studio & Broadcast Site Locations
GW is the home to several broadcast venues on the Foggy Bottom Campus. Please contact us about filming in any of the following locations.
The Flash Studio is the university’s state-of-the-art broadcast studio used for taped, live or remote television and radio interviews and is operated in partnership with VideoLink.
The Jack Morton Auditorium, housed in the GW Media and Public Affairs Building, is a fixed seat venue with the capacity to seat up to 244 people.
With a seating capacity of 1,500, Lisner Auditorium is uniquely suited to host political and celebrity speakers, iconic musical artists and other high profile events.
GW welcomes film producers and production companies to the university’s unique location in the heart of the nation’s capital within blocks of the White House, the State Department and the nation’s most-visited museums. GW offers its central Foggy Bottom campus, as well as the more traditional Mount Vernon campus and the Virginia Science and Technology Campus.
The GW Media Relations office provides a full range of services to film crews to help coordinate your project. Interested in filming on campus? Contact us to request a filming application to begin the process.
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