Who says you need a fancy studio to make a broadcast production? IC students can broadcast live with the use of remote production truck featuring camera, sound, and editing equipment all inside one compact vehicle. The remote truck allows students to produce live broadcasts of Bomber sports, graduation, speakers, and events that are shown throughout the Tompkins County area through a local TV channel.
ICTV gives Ithaca College students the opportunity to create and produce completely student-run television series about whatever sparks their creativity. A group of students have taken this experience to a whole new level by not only writing and producing a television show, but building an entire set from scratch completely off campus.
Ithaca College Television (ICTV) celebrated its 50th anniversary on October 18th, making it the oldest student-run college television station in the world.
Nearly 200 students, faculty, and alumni celebrated this milestone achievement. The day’s events included a tailgate barbeque, tours of the television studios and facilities, a Bombers football game, and displays of ICTV video...
Go behind the scenes with an ICTV producer
When I first visited Ithaca’s Park School of Communications, I was told that hands-on experience was a big part of the television radio major. But I didn’t know how true that was until I went to my first class, Introduction to Media Production, which was held in one of the school’s two television studios....
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