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FROM: Student Affairs RE: Did You Know!?!?!?!!
Sent:
9/14/2017 11:01:12 AM
To: Students, Faculty, Staff


Did You Know!?!?!?!!

 

CUTV is the University’s award-winning cable television station, and is owned and operated by the Student Association, Incorporated.  California University TV is seen in nearly 100,000 homes, on Armstrong Channel 61, Atlantic Broadband Channel 17, and online at http://cutv.calu.edu/live/.

The mission of CUTV is to produce and provide programming of regional community interest, while providing valuable "hands-on" educational experience for interested students. This applied learning supports the mission and goals of California University, as well as the priorities and imperatives of the State System of Higher Education.

Students can develop skills in television technology through experience in a variety of technical areas including camera work, editing, direction and other production roles, as well as on-air talent positions. California University television produces a variety of informational, educational, and entertainment programs, including CUTV Newscenter - a live news show. CUTV is heavily involved with University and area high school sports coverage.

Over the past several years, CUTV has produced all of California University's football and basketball broadcasts, as well as various volleyball, soccer, baseball and softball events. CUTV also produces a weekly coach's show for the sport in season. CUTV also produces a High School Football Game of the Week, with several of these contests carried live to a statewide audience via the Pennsylvania Cable Network (PCN).

CUTV is recognized by many national organizations. The National Association of Collegiate Broadcasters (NACB) awarded CUTV "Best in the Nation" for its news and sports, as well as "Station of the Year." The station has also received over 25 TELLY awards for its sports, news and documentary coverage.

With professional equipment, including a mobile production truck and broadcast studio, students of all majors have the opportunity to participate in the studio or on location. The 25-year-old program, whose offices are located in the Natali Student Center (back hall past the Cal U Bookstore), employs a professional staff and has a student membership of over 50 individuals.

For more information on CUTV, contact Gary Smith (smith_gm@calu.edu) at 724-938-4303.

Website: http://cutv.calu.edu