The K-State Bulletin Board TV channel, operated by the Division of Communications and Marketing, will be discontinued Dec. 9. Cox Communications and Wildcat Cable have opted to run other types of programming on this channel, which is Channel 21 off-campus and Channel 10 on campus.
To continue to provide an outlet for publicizing events, a daily calendar will run on K-State TV cable Channel 8 and off-antenna Channel 21 beginning in the spring. These channels reach on- and off-campus audiences.
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K-State TV is back this fall with Wildcat Watch and other university-related programming.
This year Wildcat Watch will have a new look and format. Instead of short weekly segments, a 30-minute show will be produced each month. Programs will feature subjects of interest to the campus community, and the weekly events calendar will be available online.
Other programming will include Cinemaniacs, ThinkTalk, 30 Odd Minutes, and Juke Joint.
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This fall, K-State TV (cable channel 8) will offer its diverse programming in consistently scheduled block formats. Content will also be posted for online viewing. Programs are grouped by similar content and audience interest and scheduled consistently throughout the week, making it easier for viewers to identify their programs of interest. Check out K-State TV and find a specific show by visiting the different program block icons (Show K-State, From the Archives, Landon Retro, Lectures & Reviews, Kid’s A Cookin’, Wildcat Watch, Classic Arts, Think Talk, Annenberg TV).