FAQ

What is UWW-TV?

UWW-TV provides news, sports, educational and original programming produced entirely by University of Wisconsin-Whitewater students. UWW-TV is part of the campus cable line-up and is located on channel 100.1 in high definition.

 

How can I become involved with UWW-TV?

You can enroll in one of the many practicum courses offered by the Department of Communication, but you DO NOT need to be enrolled in order to participate! Each semester, many students, staff members, and organizations partner with UWW-TV to produce campus cable programming.

For more information on how to get involved with UWW-TV, contact Jim Mead, Director of Cable Television at (262)-472-5659 or meadj@uww.edu.

 

What’s new with UWW-TV?

Monday, September 2 (labor Day), we launched UWW-TV Classic Sports. Located on channel 101.1 on the campus cable lineup, it features the best in Warhawk sports, and includes an extensive archive library of sports coverage over the years. Classic Sports will air programming seven days a week, 16 hours a day.

 

How can UWW-TV benefit me?

In addition to partnering with the UWW-TV staff on programming concepts, the staff is available to discuss video production needs you may have in relation to your residence hall activities, etc.

Feel free to contact Jim Mead, Director of Cable Television, concerning these opportunities.

 

What if I am having issues with my cable television?

University Housing Technology (ResNET) handles all technical issues with the campus cable system. They can be contacted at 472-3233

 

Is a cable lineup available?

A complete channel lineup can be found here