Production Services

Digital Media Production Services (DMPS) is an area within Instructional Technology that provides media production support for academic programs, departments and college initiatives.

Meeting your communication needs

Community Outreach / Promotional Opportunities

DMPS records events and produces programs for broadcast on our Educational Access Channels serving Baltimore County. Promotional opportunities are available via the CCBC-TV Bulletin Board.

Consultation Services

• DMPS provides technical and aesthetic guidance to faculty developing instructional media materials for individual courses.
• DMPS provides project development consulting services and “how to” information to faculty who want to develop their own DIY media materials with their own equipment or using other campus resources.

• DMPS can assist with School/Department media equipment purchases, recommending technical specifications and verifying compatibility with college standards.

Employee Communications and Training

DMPS resources can be used to develop and distribute college-wide training, professional development, special events and/or informational materials for faculty and staff.

Media Distribution

Projects can be made available via the college streaming media server, CD or DVD, or broadcast on the educational access channel. DMPS also provides video production services for projects requiring college-wide distribution including “special events” and training.

Meeting Your Communication Needs: Student Services Communications

DMPS produces media assets and projects to support college-wide communications for Student Services (events, information, training, and workshops).

Multimedia Production

DMPS provides traditional audio and video editing services for a variety of sources as well as multimedia production for online courses using tools such as Adobe Captivate and Flash.

"On-Location" Remote Video Production

DMPS remote production equipment enables us to travel to all campuses and extension centers to record your projects.


Let us know about your next project

Contact Digital Media Production Services to discuss your proposed project as soon as possible. At this time a preliminary assessment can be made regarding the viability of using the DMPS resources to meet the objectives and deadlines of the proposed project. If it is a viable project, you will be required to complete the appropriate request form:

  • Production Request
  • Event Request
  • Streaming/Encoding Request
  • Audio Recording Request
  • Duplication Request
  • Copyright Authorization
  • Talent Release
DMPS may not be able to accommodate every request within the preferred time-frame and RUSH work is not available.

Normal hours of operation are:
Monday through Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
Saturday, Sunday, holidays and times outside of normal hours of operation are subject to personnel availability and overtime rates.