NCCU College of Communication

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Center for Media and Information

The Center for Media and Information was founded in 2003, and integrates all of the teaching, application, and experiment resources of the College of Communication. There are six divisions: the VNCCU radio station, IT Lab, Audio-Video Lab, Theater, News Lab and Research Oriented Media Lab. The Center plans all human resources and budgets to coordinate the demands of teaching, research and application, thus boosting the competitive advantages of the College.
      Director:CHIUNG-WEN HSU
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Voice of NCCU
Assistant: Leong Yin Ling 
Ext.: 67148 
VNCCU is one of the most historical FM college radio station in Taiwan with a frequency of 88.7MHz. It served as a platform for students to produce outstanding broadcast program, which mostly focused on the events happened in and around the campus. VNCCU is determined to serve as the most popular college radio station in Wen-Shan District. For the most up-to-date information about Wen-Shan District and campus life in NCCU, please tune in to FM 88.7 or listen online through the official website.     
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Audio-Video Lab

Assistant: Lin Yu-Chun  
Ext.: 67173 
Audio Video Laboratory provides teaching, research and services related to audio-video production courses, as well as a complete assistant practice system. Operated by the students of the College of Communication, it supports the broadcasting of school activities, and is synchronized to the webcast.
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Theater of Communication College

Assistant: Yang Chien Wen  
Ext.: 66894
Small but complete, this professional theater provides students with a performance space and venue for drama productions and large-scale outdoor performances. The student-run theater also holds classes for using theater equipment and acting skills, and hosts performances by numerous theater companies.  

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Assistant: Lo Hau Yun    
Ext.: 67088
The ITLab focus on graphic design and photography, and highlights students’ creativity by displaying their multimedia works at the end of every semester. The main goal is to awaken students’ powers of observation and creativity, and improving their production skills.  

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News Lab
Assistant:  Chu Chien-Min
Ext.: 67084
Students handle everything from reporting, writing, and editing to taking photographs, thus delivering a student perspective on current affairs in our ever-changing world. The work that students do here serves to broaden their worldview and hone their writing skills. For the digital media age, the Uonline system has also introduced audio/video content and online interactivity, to liven its presentation of the news. 

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Research-Oriented Media Lab
Assistant: Amity Lu   
Ext.: 62668
The Research-oriented Media Lab was established in 2012. It provides a changeable and reorganizable real setting of living room and dining room that enables the research team to design in-home user-media interactions for simultaneous observation and data collection.