Though a relatively small group, TeleProductions' work is quite large. Instructional video production support is provided to over 27 courses, serving more than one thousand students across 14 different schools and colleges. TeleProductions also documents important university events like: the Pilliod Lecture Series, the Solomon Lecture Series, the Hyde Park Forum, the Martin Luther King Day presentations, May 4th Commemoration and more. TeleProductions has provided support for several on-going grants, completed a technology "face-lift" in the ATT classroom, and completed promotional videos for the football team and the Red Cross of Stark County. Every week, TeleProductions keeps the student run television (TV2) and radio (Black Squirrel Radio) stations up and running.
TeleProductions' services compliment the scope and diversity that make up Kent State University. This service is provided at costs that are far less expensive than outside providers. In fact, without TeleProductions, it is safe to say that many of the video services provided would be impossible to afford. A recent upgrade of the video capabilities for the President's Offices was provided at almost no cost. The same service would easily have cost the university more than $10,000 from an outside provider.