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Student Organizations

KU student programs all air on several different area cable systems, serving the Lehigh Valley and Berks County areas, giving our viewers some great programming while at the same time, giving our students real life experiences and the opportunity to have their efforts air. Students are always encouraged to include samples of their work on resume reels. 


Over Exposed is a 30-minute entertainment program that is produced by students. These students work together as teams to produce either the entire 30-minute show or individual feature packages to be included in the show. Students rotate working as writer, cinematographer, editor, and producer. Field shooting, digital editing and producing skills, learned in previous production courses, are refined.

Camera One

Laugh Track students meet weekly to plan and produce short video comedy sketches in a variety of styles. Requiring no prior experience, students interested in writing, producing, or editing humorous content have a place to hone their skills in the comedic arts.

Laugh Track

Mic Check features local bands performing songs live. Shot during the weekends because of how rocking the studio becomes, bands play a number of their songs and share their experiences and insights through interview segments.

Mic Check

Spotlite is an entertaining news program featuring interviews and segments for the Kutztown campus. Previous segments on the show have included film reviews, campus events, and man-on-the-street interviews.

Spotlite

Between the Lines is a 1/2 hour sports talk show highlighting KU Sports.  It is crewed by students enrolled in CTM 218, Studio Production Practicum. Students work on all aspects of studio production including scripting and promotion. Students keep up with KU sports and gather footage of practices and games and create short segments to be used in the show. Taping is done in our fully equipped, state of the art studio. The experience they gain as a result of their efforts will serve them well in the real world of cinema, television and media production.

Between the Lines

The National Broadcasting Society Chapter at Kutztown provides students an opportunity to meet professionals in the broadcasting field in the areas of entertainment and news. Guest speakers and seminars are regularly scheduled for members, providing opportunities for networking and mentorship.

National Broadcasting Society

Televised Live events are produced by students enrolled in CTM 375, Live Event Production. This course is taught incorporating the KU remote production vehicle, which is a virtual duplicate of the studio production control room. Each different type of production (concert, sporting event, etc.) is analyzed in the course's pre-production meetings. Here the students determine the approach taken as well as the equipment and staffing requirements for a successful production. 

Football