Axis TV

AxisTV is a closed-circuit, on-campus communication system which uses flat-screen plasma monitors to broadcast important information to Spelman students, faculty, and staff. Displays are located at various points around campus.

Eligibility

Axis TV publishers are trained users on campus with privileges to post content on specified displays. 

Features

Monitors on campus are in the below locations. Some locations have their own Channel Players.

 

Channel Player Building

Location of Plasma Monitor

Departmental Channel Player 

Cosby Building

(Camille Olivia Hanks Cosby, Ed.D. Academic Center)

Not a public screen

 

Laura Spelman Hall

(on station 23)

First floor near wall mural

 

Manley

(Albert E. Manley College Center)

Across from cafeteria

 

Packard Hall - 2nd Floor

Near cashier's window

 

Packard Hall - 3rd Floor

Admissions/Enrollment Management

Yes

Milligan Building

Inside Career Planning

Yes

Wellness Center at Read Hall

Main entrance

Yes

Rockefeller Hall

(Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Hall)

First Floor near President's Office

 

Tapley/Science Center
(Albro‐Falconer‐Manley Science Center)

Hallway between Tapley and Science Center

 

The Beverly Daniel Tatum Suites

Station 23

Main entrance, cafeteria and common areas

 

               

Requirements

Before a publisher can use the system, the Vice President for his/her area must approve by sending a request for training to MIT.  Content published to the entire campus must be submitted and approved by the Office of Communications. Click to view the AxisTV Policies and Guidelines.