The SFA studio spaces include two smart classrooms, a screening room that accommodates 30 students, two isolated audio recording studios and two labs containing editing facilities with two dedicated storage areas.
- The SFA 102 Lab: Located in the first floor of the Safadi Fine Arts Building, the SFA Lab 102 caters to the audio and video post-production needs of TV/Film, Journalism and Communication students. Used both during class and outside class hours, the newly renovated lab includes 21 iMacs & PCs with the latest audio/video editing software, such as Adobe CC, Avid Media Composer, Black Magic Da Vinci, Cubase & Pro tools.
- The Nicol 214 Studio: Built in 2011, it is a TV studio with a master control room & high end HD studio cameras with autocue systems all mounted on a dolly wheel pedestals system. The master control room has a state of the art HD broadcast equipment. The studio can be easily turned into a large green screen background whereby virtual sets can be created for various applications. In addition, the location has two editing facilities along with a meeting/dressing room used for pre-productions.
- An independent TV studio is also available on the Beirut campus. This facility is equipped with three studio cameras and a portable switcher to simulate real life TV production.
The Science 102 Studio includes a studio room (three cameras with pedestals) where live programs are produced and the video control room for live television directing. The studio is equipped with autocue system. It also has an editing room that has 4 non-linear editing stations and one isolated sound room with nonlinear editing station.