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The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication operates at three locations in Washington state; Pullman, Everett, Vancouver.


Nestled amidst golden hills, Pullman is where people are friendly, experiences are epic, and fun is as big as the wide, blue sky.


WSU North Puget Sound at Everett is student- and community-centered, bringing industry-aligned undergraduate programs to the North Puget Sound region to prepare students to compete globally in the local economy.
Murrow in Everett


As one of six campuses of the Washington State University system, WSU Vancouver offers big-school resources in a small-school environment. They provide baccalaureate- and graduate-level education to benefit the people, communities, and economy of Southwest Washington.
Murrow in Vancouver

Pullman Facilities

Murrow Hall

Named for 1930 WSU graduate Edward R. Murrow – celebrated journalist and broadcast pioneer.

First Floor

  • Studio A: Student studio for all Cable 8 productions, news and other student production and programming. HD and SD capable studio.
  • Studio B: Northwest Public TV studio- All HD studio for news and other professional program production.

Second Floor

  • NWPTV Edit Suites: Avid HD Symphony and Media Composer suites.
  • NWPTV Dub Center: Allows multi-format transcoding and duplication of digital and analog audio/video formats.
  • NWPTV TV operations center.
  • Cable 8 Productions Master Control: Distribution center for Cable 8 and NWPTV programming to the community cable television system (Time Warner).

Third Floor

Murrow Hall during the fall
Murrow Hall

Jackson Hall

Named for 1954 WSU graduate Keith Jackson – celebrated sportscaster and dedicated journalist.

First Floor

Second Floor

  • Cable 8 Newsroom – 16 multi-media iNews and Avid Newscutter editing and news producing stations.
  • Multimedia academic lab
  • Cable 8 Productions editing suites – 3 Avid and 2 Final Cut suites.
  • Cable 8 Productions equipment offices
  • Cable 8 Productions general and exec offices
  • Student Services

Goertzen Hall

Named for 1980 WSU graduate Kathi Goertzen – celebrated Seattle television anchor.

Ground Floor

  • 166-seat auditorium with full electronic audio/visual capability
  • Broadcast television news studio
  • Control room with observation space
  • Three Avid, standard definition, digital, nonlinear edit suites
  • One Avid, high-definition, digital, nonlinear edit suite
  • Conference room
  • Atrium with outdoor patio area

First Floor

  • Two computer labs with 20 stations each
  • Administrative suite including a work room and support staff areas
  • Conference room
  • Student lounge with upper outdoor patio areas

Second Floor

  • Focus group study lab and observation room
  • Conference room
  • 24-station survey lab
  • Psychophysiology lab and observation room
  • Control area with privacy glass to monitor research in adjoining labs
  • Children’s research lab
  • State-of-the-art telephone and data systems, with wireless technologies

Third Floor

  • Northwest Public Radio main offices and program and operations suites.
  • Keith Jackson Newsroom (Home of the Murrow News Service)
  • Three academic audio editing suites.
  • Two Avid editing suites – one with multi- format duplication system.
  • KUGR Radio – a student run radio station.
Goertzen Hall - exterior
Goertzen Hall