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50 years of telling stories and breaking news!

TV-10 turned on the studio lights and hit record in 1974. Fifty years later it has produced thousands of successful professionals in front of and behind the camera. Join us April 12th and 13th as we celerbate our alumni and station accomplishments together at the 50th anniversary milestone event.

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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 School of Communication’s philosophy of blending theoretical and applied learning since TV-10's inception in 1974 has produced thousands 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 specialty shows focusing on local sports, entertainment and issues.

Take a virtual tour of the TV-10 studio and set here.

Student Roles

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.


For more info about TV10 and how to get involved. Check out the website.