About TV-98

Student-Run Television

performing arts center

TSU-TV 98 is the on-campus television station of Tennessee State University. TSU-TV 98 has been developed, produced and is operated by the students of Tennessee State University, primarily in the Communications Department, a part of the TSU College of Liberal Arts. TSU-TV 98 is seen in the dorms and other buildings of Tennessee State University, located on the west side of Nashville, Tennessee.


TSU-TV News 98 is part of the TSU News Network, the student-run media operations of Tennessee State University. TSU-TV News 98 "Live at 5" airs live on the campus cable system Wednesdays at 5 p.m. through the Fall and Spring school semesters (and gets several rebroadcasts). This television newscast is reported, anchored, produced and directed by students. TSU-TV News 98 is broadcast from the TSU-TV 98 Studios, located in the Performing Arts Center on campus.

TSU-TV News 98 students work in a state of the art studio with two sets and a multi-level digital control room. Students can edit digital video using Avid Media Composer or Final Cut Pro video editing applications. A faculty advisor oversees content and production.


  • "Sing It or Wing It" is a 'finish the lyrics' game show produced by the Entertainment Production class (COMM 3750).
  • "The Presidential Address" is an interview program with TSU President Glenda Glover where students' questions for administrations are answered and TSU Administrators are able to share news and information with students.
  •  A sports highlights/magazine show featuring all the action from the TSU Tigers and the rest of the Ohio Valley Conference is regularly produced.
  • "One Shot with M.J." is a dating gameshow hoping to spark romance and taped live in our TSU-TV 98 studios.
  • "Next In Line" is a music showcase featuring live performances and a live audience. Look forward to more of this exciting new program in the coming semesters.
  • "Live With Miss Jaz" is a talk-show that features the latest topics affecting TSU students.

Check back here for more programming information to come soon!


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