John C Hench Production Arts Studio
The John C. Hench Production Art Studio is named after a Walt Disney creative employee whose 65-year career included time as an artist, animator and theme park designer. The high-definition studio boasts cameras with TelePrompters, professionally-designed sets, a fully dimmable lighting system, scene shop and a green room. The control room is designed for education, with large monitors, camera for the switcher, extra headsets and stadium seating. In addition, the studio has Avid editing bays and an audio-only studio.
The Steiner School is the first named sports communication program in the nation. It’s a unique program that honors Bradley alum Charley Steiner ’71, who is a broadcaster for the Los Angeles Dodgers and a former ESPN SportsCenter anchor.
Bradley’s speech team is the most successful speech team in the nation, winning nearly 60 percent of all competitions since 1978. In other words, there are more trophies on campus than NCAA men’s basketball championship banners at Duke, North Carolina and Kentucky — combined.