Video Recording and Streaming


Video recording and streaming services include high-definition digital video recording, live streaming, and online distribution. Services are provided for College events that have a community wide or public audience and are deemed important for the archives.

Available To

 Faculty, Staff


  • In person community gatherings can be streamed over Zoom.
  • Selected events with an expected large external audience can be filmed and broadcasted by a third party for a fee via YouTube or Zoom. Examples of these types of events include Commencement and political debates hosted by the Martin Institute.
  • Closed captioning services may be purchased before final distribution of high-profile events such as Commencement.
  • Quality video camcorders and tripods are available through our Equipment Loan service for event planners to coordinate and staff the video recording for events where recording services are not provided.
  • The College's video conferencing software, Zoom, can be used in conjunction with built-in pan-tilt-zoom cameras in certain spaces (e.g. the McCarthy Auditorium, Meehan 103, and most classrooms) for self-service live streaming of events and meetings.

Getting Started

  • Request video recording and streaming services a minimum of 10 business days in advance of the event by clicking the Request Service Button on this page and filling out the form.
  • Once a video recording request has been approved, submit signed Video Release forms to the Service Desk for any guest speaker who is not a current Stonehill student or employee.
  • Review our Knowledge Base to learn how to incorporate Zoom into an event in rooms such as the McCarthy AuditoriumMeehan 103, and classrooms that have built-in pan-tilt-zoom cameras.
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