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ONU3-TV Programs


3TV-News is the newscast for the campus of Ohio Northern. Students produce video packages for the show, covering on-campus events, area happenings, and sports competitions for ONU. Positions for this show include two anchors and one sports anchor, stage manager, teleprompter operator, three camera operators, Technical Director (TD), audio operator, playback operator, graphics operator, and show director. Student managers produce the show.

Campus Connections

Campus Connections is a show designed to make students' transition to college easier. Campus events are previewed with the host of the show interviewing two people each week. The cooking segment features an easy to prepare dish that is also easy on a student budget.

Previous Programs

Northern Sports Spotlight (Formerly Polar Express): This interview format show aired once a week. Each week focused on the coach of one of ONU's sports teams, and lasted fifteen minutes. It ran on a skeleton crew of two camera operators, one stage director, one interviewer, a technical director, an audio operator, and a graphics person.

Ask the President: This show was a weekly interview with Dr. DeBow Freed, President Emeritus and former President of ONU.

Useless Talent Show: This fun program showcased the talents (or lack thereof) of many ONU students.

Northern Exposure, Northern Beat, Northern Horizons, Direct Effect, Focal Point, Campus Connection: These are all former titles of our news and news magazine programs.

Northern Notebook: A magazine style show featuring people on campus and local areas of interest, hosted by none other than G. Richard Gainey.

Orange and Black Review: This was an interview format show that explored the different aspects of ONU.

The Buzz: The Buzz was a talk/interview show hosted by two Broadcasting majors. They invited two student guests to the show each week for a casual discussion of campus, local, national and international issues of interest to students.

What's Your Point? What's Your Point was a talk show hosted by a broadcasting major. Two student guests were invited to the show each week to discuss current national and local issues, giving their opinions. The show format was a point/counterpoint with the host mediating the discussion.