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Video production (Podcast production)

Production of broadcast quality video for conferences, lectures and other University events. The service offers a complete service of filming, editing and publishing into the main University channels - The University of Oxford in Apple Podcasts site (formerly iTunes U) and the parallel podcasts website. The service can also webcast events live to a global audience or broadcast them across the campus.

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The stage in the service lifecycle at which the service currently resides. Lifecycle = planned, new, live, notice, closed
Lifecycle status
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The level of user activity at this point in the academic year.
Business activity level
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The regular period during which routine maintenance could take place.
Maintenance window
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Would making a change to the service today present too high a risk to the University?
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Getting help

Support contact
Educational Media
01865 289980
Support hours08:30 - 17:00, Mon - Fri*
Out-of-hours supportWeekend and evening support by arrangement
Portfolio CommitteeEducation Portfolio
Service SponsorIreland, John
Service owner
Robinson, Peter
Service manager
Carey, Karen

* except bank holidays and University closure days

How do I...?

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Raise a support call

Via the online help request form or by email

Request training

Training for planning a video production is available through the IT Learning Centre.

Request Access

A request for a quote for filming can be made via the service email address.

Make a service request

More information


Charges are applicable for: academics, UAS, departments, colleges, students, others.

Daily rate of £450 per technician. Minimum charge of £210. Typical charge of one camera filming a 1 hour lecture before 5pm with basic title and basic editing to export a web video is £210. A rate card is used for pricing common filming scenarios such as lectures, conferences and interviews, webcasts.