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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No Kate, Pam, or Jake, but you can watch our own K-State celebs as they break out their best moves to win the mirror-ball trophy on the UPC’s “Dancing with the K-State Stars”. The contest takes place on March 30 at McCain Auditorium, and K-State TV’s Wildcat Watch crew will be there to record all the fun. You can see the event on K-State TV in its entirety beginning 8 p.m. April 2 and throughout the following week during the regular Wildcat Watch timeslot. Check the K-State TV website (www.k-state.tv) for dates and times.
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Tune into Wildcat Watch this week to see host Whitney Noe face off against K-State golfer Joseph Ida in a wild game of ping-pong in the first episode of Noe vs. College Pro. Each week, Whitney will test her skills against a K-State athlete. Wildcat Watch airs on K-State TV (Cox and Wildcat Cable Channel 8, and UHF Channel 21).
Catch “the Watch”:
- Sundays at 7 p.m. and 10 p.m.
- Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at noon and 8 p.m.
- Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6 p.m.
Wildcat Watch Special
Wildcat Watch will be there to capture all of the action at the Union Program Council’s K-State Idol on Feb. 23. Continue reading “K-State TV: Noe vs. College Pro; K-State Idol”
Wildcat Watch is back for another semester of the show that features campus events and activities at K-State. Segments on this week’s program include:
- Student views on Valentine’s Day
- Street Chase: Valentines Edition
- Acoustic guitar performance by K-State student Laura Wetzel
Catch the program on K-State TV cable channel 8 at noon and 8 p.m. Monday/Wednesday/Friday, and 9 a.m. and 6 p.m. Tuesday/Thursday. A new show premieres 7 p.m. each Sunday. If you are not a cable subscriber, see Wildcat Watch and other K-State TV programs on the Web at www.k-state.tv.
This past weekend, more than 1,250 individuals were awarded degrees during K-State’s December commencement exercises. If you missed seeing your favorite graduate, K-State TV is airing three days of Commencement Replays beginning Tuesday, Dec. 15, through Thursday, Dec. 17. Check the weekly schedule for specifics.
Tyler Traxson, associate producer/director at ECC, has been awarded an International Ava Platinum Award for the K-State Student Recruitment Video 2009 which he produced, directed, and edited. Traxson worked extensively with Pat Bosco, vice president and dean of Student Life, and a team of student writers and talent to create “Experience Life at K-State”, which can be seen on K-State TV’s YouTube. The video is used extensively as a student-recruitment tool.
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K-State TV has added three new programs to their already diversely rich weekly schedule. On K-State TV, viewers can find many unique and interesting programs not found anywhere else. New programs added to the lineup are
- 30 Odd Minutes
- NASA 360
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Replays of recent lectures at K-State are being aired this week on K-State TV.
- Sheila Bair’s Landon Lecture Monday, Nov. 2, replays this week at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Wednesday (Nov. 4), and Friday (Nov. 6).
- The recent Eyestone Lecture featuring Raj Nathan replays this week at 10 p.m. Tuesday (Nov. 3) and Thursday (Nov. 5), and at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 7.
- Simon Deng’s recent Lou Douglas lecture will replay at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday (Nov. 3), at 5 p.m. Thursday (Nov. 5), and at 5 p.m. Friday (Nov. 6).
Halloween Fright Special … tune in and watch … if you dare! A Monster Movie Marathon begins in the early hours on Oct. 31 (at 12:01 a.m.) and goes well past the bewitching hour on Halloween night. K-State TV is airing vintage public-domain monster movies for those brave enough for the thrill.
Watch the upcoming Landon Lecture live on K-State TV at 10:30 a.m. Monday, Nov. 2. The lecture by Sheila Bair, chair of the FDIC, will replay that same evening at 7:30 p.m., with additional replays to be scheduled.
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