Videography and Still Photography on Campus Policy
The prior written approval of university Communications & Media Relations (CMR) is required to shoot videos or still images on Johnson & Wales University (JWU) property in the following circumstances:
1. Companies, organizations and individuals who are not JWU students, faculty or staff must always obtain CMR’s prior written authorization.
2. JWU students, faculty or staff if they are acting on behalf of an outside company (including businesses they own), organization or individual, and/or if the image or video will be shown or available outside of JWU’s campus.
For the above two conditions, an appropriate agreement must also be entered into between the parties. In addition, before the use of videos or still images where individuals are identifiable, the photographer must obtain a binding written release of each such individual.
University faculty, staff and students shooting videos or still images on JWU property for personal use or in conjunction with an academic course or other university program or activity do not need to seek approval if the final product will only be shown on campus.
In accordance with the university’s Drone Use Policy, JWU prohibits the indoor and outdoor recreational use of drones on JWU owned or controlled property. The policy includes protocol to request educational or commercial use of a drone for university purpose.
JWU reserves the right to seek or require removal of any video or photograph using the university’s identity from social media and other websites:
- for which prior written consent was needed
- use of which violates any agreement with, or policy of, the university, or
- except as provided by law, portrays anything that would be reasonably interpreted to be detrimental in any respect to the reputation or operations of JWU.
Anyone required to seek approval to shoot video or still images on campus in accordance with this policy must submit an online request form (see below) to CMR to include a detailed description of the proposed project at least 15 business days prior to the project start date. Exceptions to the approval time frame will be permitted in limited circumstances.
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