Mission and Goals
TV-10 doubles as a working laboratory and an academic unit that provides students with hands-on training in broadcast journalism and production. The communication department’s philosophy of blending theoretical and applied learning since TV-10’s inception in 1974 has produced hundreds of successful professionals throughout the state and the country, both in front of the camera as well as behind.
TV-10 also serves the community by providing daily live news coverage and providing a forum for community and campus leaders to discuss issues of importance in live interview segments.
Students do the work at TV-10. They are the photographers, reporters, producers, anchors; they write the stories, create the graphics and produce the weather forecast. They do this under the guidance of faculty and staff who’ve all worked professionally in broadcast television.
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