What distinct advantage do we have over typical ad firms, video boutiques, and post houses? We operate our own cable TV channel.
Running K-State TV raises our expectations for broadcast quality video. We understand television culture and speak the language of critical deadlines and shifting technology. Staying in touch with the world of broadcast is very important to us. But that's not the sole reason why we do it.
We love our audience.
We're passionate about sharing the knowledge and experience of Kansas State University with diverse viewers. We enjoy exploring and helping create Kansan culture—and venture to produce original programming whenever we can. Our Landon Lecture Retrospective series features inspiring talks by top current and historical leaders. "K-State Jazz All-Stars: Wayne Goins and Friends" shows that euphonic talent lies at the heart of our college town. "Kids a Cookin'" and "Show K-State" are somewhere between education, art, and pure fun! We even have a live student-run news program - the "Channel 8 News" produced in conjunction with the A. Q. Miller School of Journalism and Mass Communications detailing events and happenings on campus and around the Manhattan region.
Tune in to Cox Cable Channel 8 (or Wildcat TV on campus) - if you don't have cable, you can watch K-State TV off-air on KKSU-LP TV, Channel 21 in the Manhattan area.