- Virtual Tour - DePauw University
The Eugene S. Pulliam Center for Contemporary Media
Student filming two students in gold chairs at D3TV Television Studios

Through D3TV, students can produce their own show, gain marketing experience, flex their graphic design skills, work with the analytics team and more.

Female student posed while opening a door covered in stickers to a room with records lining the walls.

In 1949, WGRE went live as the first 10-watt FM, non-commercial, educational radio station licensed by the Federal Communication Commission.

Male student smiling as he looks up from a DePauw Newspaper with a storyboard written on a whiteboard behind him.

The DePauw, Indiana's oldest college newspaper, is a completely independent, not-for-profit organization and is fully staffed by students.

Two female students in over-ear headphones at a microphone recording a podcast

The Creative Center in the lower level of Pulliam includes a Podcast Studio (pictured here), an A/V tech classroom and a still-photography lighting studio.