Friday, July 22, 2022

MAER Calendar


Equipment Check Outs & OpenEdit is available by appointment ONLY. 

When requesting your appointment
NOTE:
  • A 48-Hour advanced notice is required for requesting a Check Out.
  • A 12-Hour advanced notice is required for requesting OpenEdit.  
  • Monday Check Out/In 12:00-8:00pm  
  • Tuesday Check Out/In 9:00am-5:30pm
  • Wednesday Check Out/In 9:00am-8:00pm
  • Thursday Check Out/In 11:00am-5:30pm 
  • Friday Check Out/In 10:00am-4:00pm
  • All requests must be made via WebCheckout
  • Please refer to our WCO "how-to" videos on our YouTube channel.
  • Equipment Checkouts will not be confirmed if you are not approved by your instructor
  • Frequently Asked Questions

Monday, January 10, 2022

MAER Closed for Business

UPDATE 1/21/22: The MAER will open for business on Monday, 1/31 at 11:00am. WebCheckout will not be active until that day. If you need to schedule an editing appointment for 1/31, please email the MAER no later than Friday, 1/28: wsumediaarts@wayne.edu.

1/10/22: The Media Arts Equipment Room (MAER) will remain closed for business until in-person classes resume. We will update our Google Calendar below once we have more information.

If you need to contact the MAER, please email us: wsumediaarts@wayne.edu



Monday, October 11, 2021

IATSE Negotiations Update


 

 

 

 

 

 


The studios have made some concessions on IATSE’s demands regarding long production hours, but an agreement still remains “a ways off,” according to an update from one IATSE local on Thursday.

David O’Ferrall, the business agent of IATSE Local 487, told members that the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers had agreed to 10-hour turnaround times on all productions. He also said there had been “movement on weekend turnarounds” — one of the union’s top priorities.

Negotiators are hoping to avert a strike, which would shut down TV and film production across the country. More than 52,000 IATSE members voted over the weekend to authorize IATSE’s chief Matthew D. Loeb to call a strike if the union’s demands are not met.

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