What is TigerTV?
TigerTV is Trinity’s campus television station that is cablecast 24/7 on campus channel 14.1 using the latest in HD television equipment. Established in 1996, this closed-circuit television station is a professional broadcast organization, which offers a realistic perspective on a multitude of career objectives spanning communication, broadcasting, public relations, business, marketing, management, accounting, art, digital art, interactive multimedia, and many other disciplines at the University, which Trinity students may pursue. Utilizing a “learning by doing and teaching” method, students learn from an experienced staff and student crew. The station is intended to supplement regular television production, business, and other communication-related courses by offering additional time to apply techniques learned in those classes. TigerTV is often viewed as an “in-house internship” opportunity for Trinity students. Experience with TigerTV is a valuable asset and provides important additions to a graduate’s resume and portfolio no matter what career path is selected.
Interested in becoming a member of TigerTV?
Are you a Trinity Student looking for a place to belong? Do you want to add to your resume, make friends, and be a part of a fully functional television production? Join TigerTV today! The only requirement is that you are an interested and eager Trinity student!
Get Involved & Earn College Credit!
TigerTV is a valuable on-campus internship opportunity that will help you find employment regardless of the career plans you have. You may choose to be on-camera talent or any of our technical positions. Students may volunteer to intern with TigerTV or enroll in COMM-1131, a one-hour pass/fail communication dept. This course may be repeated up to three times. No prior experience with television equipment is required. TigerTV programs include all aspects of multi-camera studio production and introduces students to directing and producing. Your semester commitment to the station involves working approximately 2 hour per week on one of our three television programs: Newswave – A local thirty-minute news, sports, weather, and entertainment program. An excellent choice for students considering a career in broadcast The Not So Late Show – This program is modeled after late-night comedy/interview programs and even includes sketches that might be found on Saturday Night Live. Studio 21 – Trinity’s own late-night television interview/variety show covering bands, entertainment, movie reviews, and just about anything that is fun and popular. There are also nine student manager positions for TigerTV.
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