CMA houses the departments of Communication Sciences & Disorders, Communication Studies, and Radio-TV-Film as well as state-of-the-art classrooms. It contains the Digital Media Labs, which house various kinds of software for production and research, including Atlas-Ti and NVivo, as well as various kids of statistical software. It also has Technology Services, where faculty, staff, and students can checkout A/V equipment (Cameras, video cameras, lights, voice recorders, laptop computers, etc.) and request technical assistance.
CMB contains more than 25,000 square-feet of studio space for film and television production work, large scenery, other studio resources, and a central equipment core to check out. CMB also houses a motion capture system, Animation labs, Virtual Reality Studio, numerous post-production editing suites, audio dub stages, screening rooms, a major public television station (KLRU-TV) and the Behavioral Sciences Laboratory, for advanced research.
The Belo Center for New Media serves as a national center for work on media convergence and houses the School of Journalism, the Stan Richards School of Advertising and Public Relations and the college's Dean's Office as well as KUT Public Media Studios. The HSM building houses Texas Student Media, which is composed of several student-produced media properties including the Daily Texan, KVRX Student Radio and KVR-TV. The building also now houses Equipment Checkout for the Radio-Television-Film department for more advanced production equipment to students in advanced film or TV production.