The PMC partners with various campus departments and organizations to bring resources to the Cal pubs and media community.
- The Career Center hosts workshops and events throughout the semester in conjunction with the PMC to bring career opportunities in media to Cal students and alumni.
- The Digital Media Lab (DML) Consortium consists of five Digital Media studios/classrooms. The Digital Media Labs have equipment available for student check-out, including digital video cameras, lighting kits, audio recording devices, microphones, mic stands, boom poles, and a variety of audio and video production accessories. Two Digital Media studios are located in Dwinelle Hall and three are on the second floor of Kroeber Hall.
ASUC Chartered Programs
A student run online television station, producing original content on a variety of topics including news, entertainment, and sports, all with a Berkeley focus.
InnoD provides free photography, web design, and graphic design to all UC Berkeley student organizations. It also offers a 2-unit DeCal for beginner to intermediate level designers, open to all interested Berkeley students. Check out their Intro to Photoshop and Illustrator DeCal curriculum here!
Other On Campus Organizations
KALX 90.7FM - KALX 90.7 FM broadcasts freeform radio 24 hours a day to a large portion of the San Francisco Bay Area. You can catch all stripes of underground music accented with news and alternative informational programming. KALX creates programs from, and for our community (a community that includes both the University of California/Berkeley student population and the surrounding area).
UCTV - UCTV embraces the core missions of the University of California – teaching, research, and public service -- through quality, in-depth television that brings to life the tremendous range of knowledge, culture and dialogue generated on UC’s diverse campuses. Through its powerful reach on satellite, cable and the web, UCTV transports this knowledge far beyond the campus borders and into the homes and lives of millions of viewers around the globe.