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APSU-TV
Clarksville, Tennessee
United States
ChannelsAnalog: APSU On-campus cable ??
CDE Lightband channel 9
Digital: AT&T U-Verse Channel 99
AffiliationsIndependent/Student access television
OwnerAustin Peay State University Department of Connection
(Austin Peay State University)
Sister station(s)WAPX-FM

APSU-TV is an American student university Student television station channel that originates on the campus of Austin Peay State University, which is located in Clarksville, Tennessee, USA. It is operated by the university’s department of communication, which also publishes the college newspaper, The All State. APSU-TV is a sister outlet to non-commercial radio station WAPX-FM. The two share facilities on the APSU campus at 601 College Street in downtown Clarksville. [1]

Programming[edit | edit source]

Like most other campus cable-exclusive college television stations, APSU-TV’s programming mainly consists of original programming made by and for APSU students. It comprises local news and public affairs programming. In addition, APSU-TV also offers coverage of graduation commencement at APSU, some high school graduation ceremonies, as well as coverage of Austin Peay Governors sports. [2] Students serve as on-air personalities, as well as directors and programming technicians.

APSU commencement and high school graduation ceremonies by APSU-TV can also be purchased on a DVD by contacting the station. [3]

Key people (as of November 2014)[edit | edit source]

  • Dr. Mike Gotcher - General Manager
  • Professor Kathy L. Heuston - Television programming director

Availability[edit | edit source]

APSU-TV is available via the university’s on-campus cable system, and it can be viewed in the Clarksville-Montgomery County area via CDE Lightband channel 9. [4] It is also available in throughout the remainder of Middle Tennessee, including the Metropolitan Nashville area and the Cookeville area, via AT&T U-verse channel 99. [5] Some of APSU-TV’s programming can be viewed on-demand via their website (see below for link). [6]

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