UTVS Television (University Television Station) is an award-winning student-run television station on the campus of St. Cloud State University. The national award-winning station began operations in 1978 under the leadership of Scott Bryce. Today, UTVS is located in Stewart Hall, and provides local programming to over 33,000 households in the St. Cloud and surrounding areas via Spectrum Channel 21 (High Definition on SCSU Campus Only),Spectrum Channel 180 (Standard Definition),Spectrum Channel 426 (Standard Definition) and Spectrum Channel 823(High Definition).
UTVS-Television is completely student-run. As part of the student organization body at St. Cloud State University, UTVS’s committee is known as the UTVS Executive Board.
The UTVS Executive Board is made up of student staff holding paid positions. Those include the following:
Other students who are part of the Executive Board are Executive Producers and Associate Producers of the different shows produced at UTVS.
UTVS or University Television Station began operations in 1978. Today, the station continues to provide programing to over 33,000 households in the St. Cloud, MN and surrounding areas via Spectrum Channel 180. In 2013, UTVS transitioned from standard definition to high definition to provide a better education experience for our students and a better product to our audience.
UTVS is home to UTVS News, a news broadcast that airs sixteen times a week. Our next biggest production is Husky Productions, a student-run hockey production that broadcasts SCSU DI hockey games out of the university’s hockey arena, the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center.
"Be The Broadcaster" is a fall and spring event hosted by the SCSU Mass Communications Department, UTVS Television and KVSC 88.1 FM for high school students interested in television production, radio and journalism.
"Be The Broadcaster" offers tours of the on campus television and radio studios, a panel discussion with recent graduates working in the media industry and hands-on opportunities for high school students to use and interact with real-world broadcast equipment with students and faculty.
If you are interested in a career in television or radio broadcasting, this is the perfect opportunity to visit campus and check out SCSU’s award-winning broadcasting program. You will also get to experience the following:
Hear from SCSU alumni who are current professionals in the field.
Participate in tours of our state-of-the-art radio and television facilities.
Engage in hands-on experiences with the radio and television equipment.