Middlebury

Audio Video Overflow Services

Standard overflow venues

ITS can provide overflow services (in the form of audio and video feeds) for events where the expected audience exceeds the capacity of certain rooms (see list below). For example, we can record the audio and video from an event in Mead Chapel and stream it live to MBH216. A/V Overflow is supported in several locations on campus (see list below). 

Any event happening in one of the following spaces:

  • McCullough Social Space (MCSS),
  • Mead Chapel 

Can overflow into:

  • Sunderland Dana Auditorium,
  • McCardell Bicentennial Hall 216 and 220,
  • Twilight Auditorium. 

In addition there can be overflow between MCSS and Mead Chapel.

Along the above established areas we can provide overflow services given 5 business days notice. In some cases it is possible to overflow within a building given 2 weeks notice. However, this would need to be addressed on a case-by-case basis as some buildings have no free wiring for overflow.

Keep in mind that the overflow is one directional. That is, the audio and video can go from the venue where the event is taking place to the overflow venue, however, the audience at the overflow venue cannot communicate with the event venue.

Non-standard overflow venues

It may be possible to provide overflow for non-standard areas within the same building, however, this needs to be assessed on a case by case basis. Requests for non-standard overflow should be submitted as soon as possible, keeping in mind that there is no guarantee we'll be able to provide overflow in non-standard areas.

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