October 5, 2010 • 2010: Las Vegas
Renovating the future
By Billy O'Keefe
By Nikki Villoria
Greenspun Hall houses the journalism and communications departments. (NIKKI VILLORIA / The Working Press)
Greenspun Hall, located at the corner of Maryland Parkway and University Road, is home to multiple departments at the University of Nevada, Las Vegas, including journalism and communication.
The building is 120,000 square feet, this five-story building is 120,000 square feet and showcases high technology media facilities for KUNV-FM and UNLV-TV. Along with having an impressive technology based journalism department, the Greenspun Hall building holds a Gold Level Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Certification.
Contributing to the advancement of journalism and media performance, Greenspun Hall features high-tech convergence laboratories, high-definition media facilities for KUNV FM radio and UNLV TV; student newsrooms; and a technical operations center, and a 190-seat auditorium equipped for video, radio, and Internet production and audience feedback.
UNLV students have access to fully-equipped newsrooms and computer labs throughout the year. Greenspun Hall also contains a radio station and tv production and editing bays.
Multimedia editing equipment is available to students in the journalism and communications departments. (NIKKI VILLORIA / The Working Press)
The Hank Greenspun School of Journalism at UNLV is home to localized branches of Brookings Mountain West and the Lincy Institute. (TWANA PINSKEY / The Working Press)
UNLV-TV editing operations and equipment available on campus for students. (NIKKI VILLORIA / The Working Press)
Greenspun College of Urban Affairs is home to the UNLV’s journalism department. (NIKKI VILLORIA / The Working Press)
Greenspun Hall contains several environmentally-friendly elements, including a photovoltaic array covering an open outdoor courtyard. (NIKKI VILLORIA / The Working Press)