The Fayetteville Technical Community College’s Media Services staff provides quality and timely production and audio visual support services to the college administration, faculty, staff and students.
Media Services Request for Service Form
Media Services serves all areas of FTCC Campuses. Make sure you submit the Media Services Request for Service form at least 48 hours in advance of your event. This will insure successful use of equipment, technical support assignments and resources. High profile events should also be discussed with one of the following contacts:
FCE-TV Education Channel
Fayetteville Cumberland Educational Television supports educational outreach to the community by broadcasting educational and informative programs produced locally or provided by outside resources.
FCE-TV is broadcast from the Virtual College Center located on the Fayetteville campus of Fayetteville Technical Community College.
FTCC and its partners in education strive to expand educational programs and opportunities to viewers.
We share in the desire to promote our community of “History, Heroes and a Hometown feeling” while educating our audience about services and support found right here in Fayetteville and Cumberland County.
FCE-TV can be viewed on Spectrum Channels 5 and 1301.
Our programming is educational, informative and unbiased. The FCE-TV educational Channel Coordinator reviews all programming to discern if it meets editorial guidelines.
Copyright is a property right which is designed to encourage creative processes by securing for an author the benefits of his or her original work of authorship for a limited time. US Code, Title 17 – Copyrights et sec, states this as law. Fayetteville Technical Community College fully supports in all aspects of the College’s activities adherence to the amended Copyright Act of 1976.
It is illegal and against the policy of Fayetteville Technical Community College to use copyrighted materials in violation of the copyright law, license agreements, or copyright owner’s permission. Adherence to the copyright law is the responsibility of the employees and students of the College, and they may be liable for any infringement. Each division of the College is responsible for monitoring copyright compliance within its own area. The College forbids the duplication of copyrighted materials in lieu of purchasing the legal copies.
The Media Services Production team records all of our own video and audio for use in productions. The College pays for the rights for the production staff to use KillerTracks, a diverse music library which has similar music to popular trends as well as traditional and conservative options. All of our productions use this music because we purchase yearly rights to do so. Please respect that we cannot use any music or video from popular musicians, movies or the web in our productions.
For technical support at meetings and presentations, please contact Media Services at least 48 hours in advance to discuss your needs for items such as wireless and lapel mics, portable PA systems, portable screens, sound mixers, and video playback. The room functionality chart and technical specifications offer a guide in preparing your request for support.
Advice for Presenter
Presenters are responsible for providing thumb drives and presentations which work on classroom computers. Please contact Media Services to test your digital presentations in advance. If you are bringing your own laptop, Macbook or iPad, use the Room Functionality Chart to book a room accordingly.
All presenters are responsible for obtaining a set of network login credentials prior to their event. Contact the MIS Help Desk for assistance: (910) 678-8502.