In order to use the media center’s state-of-the-art television and podcast studios, production equipment, editing suites, and facilities—at no cost—you will need to become a Certified Community Producer.
Step 1: Orientation
In order to use the media center’s state-of-the-art equipment and facilities, you will need to become a Certified Community Producer.
What is a Certified Community Producer?
A Certified Community Producer is anyone who has completed one of the eleven (11) media education certification courses we offer: TV Studio Production (BRIC House), Video Production in the Field, Video Editing with Premiere, Mini-Studio Production, the BRIC Documentary Intensive, Black Box Filmmaking, TV Studio Collaborative, BRIC Podcast Intensive, Intro to Radio Podcasting, Studio Podcasting, and Field Audio Equipment Certification.
Orientation is a pre-requisite for all individuals and organizations wishing to take our certification courses in order to use The Media Center’s facilities and equipment to produce their program, regardless of production experience.
Attend a free orientation session and learn all about the free and wallet-friendly, high-quality courses we offer at the BRIC Media Center in Fort Greene as well as several Brooklyn Public Library locations in Coney Island, East New York, Clinton Hill, and Bushwick.