TV-10 is not a club – you can’t join it.  But it’s an active, authentic newsroom that provides a great learning environment.
Students working at TV-10 are Journalism and Mass Media majors.
In 100-level classes (COM 163 TV Production and COM 167 Broadcast News), students take entry-level roles in the daily live shows and get accustomed to the newsroom and control room.
At the 200-level (COM 263 Advanced TV Production and COM 267 Broadcast News II), students are the frontline of TV-10’s newsgathering, as reporters and photographers in the field. TV-10 crews cover stories all over campus and all around the Twin Cities of Bloomington and Normal.
At the 300-level (Professional Practice), students get opportunities to earn leadership roles – producing a segment, directing a live show and/or moving to more challenging field assignments. At this level, students can choose their focus each semester: News, Sports or Features. Students in each of these units work together to create content for the live 30-minute shows, and for this website.

Students in the 100- and 200-level Mass Media course run various control room positions, like audio.  They work twice each week.
Students in the 300-level Journalism course produce and anchor 1 or 2 shows each week.
Students work in the control room during a live show.
Students in the 200 and 300 levels of Mass Media classes learn to operate the TriCaster, and control all the inputs for the 8 live shows.
Students work in the control room during a live show.
Students in the 100-level Journalism class may be selected to present the weather segment once a week.  They use FinalCut Pro X to make graphics to support their forecast.
Students use FinalCut Pro X to edit their news packages.  Six edit stations are linked.
Students in the 100-level Mass Media course run studio cameras for the 8 live shows.  Each student works twice each week.
Students in the 100-level Journalism class may do weekly segment on topics like Health, Technology, Politics and Business. They find information, write it, and present it live in the studio.
Students in the 300-level Mass Media course will make graphics for the 8 live shows and for other purposes.  They use Motion and PhotoShop.
300-level Journalism students start their work at 7:30am in the TV-10 newsroom, gathering stories, writing scripts, and producing the 5 newscasts.