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The Newhouse Communications Center is home to one of the world's most respected public communications schools. The three-building complex houses television studios, editing suites, photography and audio recording studios, as well as smart classrooms for print and multimedia disciplines. You'll also find the Dick Clark Studios, named in honor of legendary entertainer and Syracuse University alumnus Dick Clark, of American Bandstand fame. Other famous alumni include Bob Costas, Contessa Brewer, and Mike Tirico, among others.
Newhouse II is devoted to broadcast and film, including television and radio. The first two floors of the structure are devoted to television. There are two television studios, a scene shop and storage areas. On the third floor are faculty offices, a 100 seat theater and a broadcast news laboratory.
A major renovation of Newhouse II culminated in 2014 with the dedication of the Newhouse Studio and Innovation Center which features the Dick Clark Studios and the Alan Gerry Center for Media Innovation. Speakers at the dedication on September 29, 2014 included Oprah Winfrey and Kari Clark, widow of Dick Clark '51.
This point of interest is part of the tour: Syracuse University Campus Tour