CCSU TV Shows
Central Arts, a half-hour weekly, features the breadth of fine arts activity at the University. Art exhibitions, jazz, choral, chamber and orchestral music ensembles, poetry readings, technical and performance theater as well as student video projects make up the 26 shows annual production. We also produce Community Specials with a Focus on the Arts as a public service.
Central Authors is an annual series of 12 half-hour programs produced for Connecticut's cable television stations. The format allows our faculty and staff the familiar comfort of the classroom lecture, but in the Campus Bookstore. It also provides them the luxury to wax over their work for the full 30 minutes without interruption. Essentially the full span of scholarship defines the topical domain with presenters ranging from seasoned veteran authors to 'first-book' pens.
|Frames Per Second is produced by the CCSU Media Technology Department. The goal of the program is to highlight and feature local filmmakers. A particular emphasis is placed on student filmmaking. The filmmaker is interviewed in-studio and some of their work is interspersed throughout the program. The sophomore effort of Frames Per Second will debut in the Fall of 2010 on CCSU TV 23.|
THE HOUR with Jim Pellegrino is produced by the CCSU Media Technology Department. THE HOUR is a one hour talk format program, shot in-studio, live to tape each month. The show features a variety of guests from the worlds of business, education, politics, medicine, human interest and entrepreneurial success stories. The goal of the program is to provide a lively, informative and entertaining time for the viewers and the guests. Hosted by Jim Pellegrino, the format of the program allows for an extended discussion with the guests on various topics of interest in our world today. Far from the usual "sound bite" clips seen each night on the local news, The Hour offers the viewer an extended look into the subject matter being presented during each episode of the show. Season 1 of THE HOUR has now started production.
This series features twelve winter-related, action packed & lifestyle/travel episodes. Specials and features that also run under this banner include Camp Jeep and Travelin' on...The Lewis and Clark Trail.
Giving your students the full theater experience by showing the newest trailers and behind the scenes footage of the films they want to see . . . Preview Theater® is the 10-12 minute program featuring first run trailers that is showing on over 400 college campuses across the United States.
|Currently serving 600 colleges and Universities throughout the United States, including major institutions of higher learning both in and out of the ACC, Big 12, Big East, Pac 10, Ivy League, and SEC. The network currently brings together over 4.5 million students, or nearly one in four of all 18 to 24 year old college students. Growing everyday, National Lampoon Networks is prepared to be the premier source in humor for the next generation bringing together a collective student audience. |
21st Century Business21st Century Business is an award winning targeted business show that is independently produced by Multi-Media Productions. The show provides its business viewers an in depth opportunity to find solutions to the industry problems from some of the top business leaders from across the world. Each exclusive segment is taped in our state of the art south Florida studio.
A wholly owned college television network committed to creating compelling programming by, with, and for students, Zilo TV broadcasts a diverse roster of original shows created especially for the college audience. Launched in September of 2000, the network is now seen on more than 250 college campuses (the #1 college dorm room network) with 5.5 million subscribers plus 3.2 million viewers via Howard University's broadcaster WHUT-TV as well as additional campuses via a unique distribution partnership with cable leader Comcast. Zilo's original programming runs 12 hours per week in 3 hour blocks on college's own cable networks, plus we also provide in store TV and online programming (with integrated promotions) to the nation's largest chain of independent campus bookstores, reaching an additional 2.4 million enrolled students.
|NASA's Destination Tomorrow is a series of 30-minute educational programs that focus on NASA research, including new technologies, advanced aerodynamics, past achievements and medical breakthroughs. Each exciting program gives the audience an inside look at NASA and demonstrates how research and technology relates to our everyday lives. If it's cutting edge technology, medical breakthroughs or advanced aeronautical research, NASA's Destination Tomorrow will bring it to you first.||