Programming

CAMERAS

These are the cameras used with the Production Truck.

CUTV is on the air sixty-four hours a week and airs three or more student-produced sporting events each week, as well as a half-hour live newscast, Newscenter, which airs live on Thursdays at 5:00 and is re-aired several times throughout the weekend. CUTV also produces a weekly “High School Roundup” show, a bi-weekly “Vulcan Sports Review,” which looks at some of the lesser-known sports on campus, Vulcan Basketball Coaches Shows, and MATCH PLAY, a completely student-produced sports debate show known for its zany antics. Match Play has also been known to go on-location. On occasion, special events on campus have been covered by CUTV as well, including the annual Homecoming Parade, Bodybuilding & Fitness Show, and more.

CUTV SPORTS covers multiple events on campus, including all home and away football games, all home and away conference basketball games (Men and Womens), select soccer (M/W), hockey (M/W), volleyball, softball, baseball, and track/field events. CUTV also covers a “High School Game of the Week” on Friday nights through the fall semester.

2012 3 ANCHORS

Our anchors during one of our newscasts.

In addition to our programming, CUTV is also proud to be home of the South Union Township Sports Network, with John Kazarick and Jerry Dupey bringing the best of South Union Township and the Laurel Highlands School District to the Mon Valley. CUTV also airs local church services as provided on Saturday and Sunday as a service to the community. Finally, CUTV airs educational and political programming from sources such as the National Gallery of Art (Creative Arts Learning), the Drexel InterView, Capitol Connection, Legislative Journal, and PA Future.

*A1* denotes game covered LIVE on America One Broadcasting.