AppTV In The News
Rev. Jesse Jackson visits AppTV's 'Religion in Life' to talk morality, politics and faith
October 25, 2018
During a visit to Appalachian State University on Oct. 18, Rev. Jesse Jackson, Sr. sat down for an interview with Dr. Ozzie Ostwalt, host of AppTV’s “Religion in Life.” Their conversation covered the role of religion and morality in the fight for civil rights, and Jackson shared insights gained from a lifetime focused on advancing equality and justice in America.
New course brings together journalism, the Athletics Department, and AppTV
April 10, 2018
Dr. Gregory Perreault, an associate professor in Appalachian State University’s Department of Communication, launched a new interdisciplinary sports reporting class in spring 2017. The course, Reporting for Sports Media, holds monthly press conferences with the Athletics Department and feeds stories and video content to the “The A Game,” a weekly sports show produced on the university’s student-run AppTV.
AppTV's, The Academics discuss the study abroad program at Appalachian State
May 02, 2018
In the season finale of The Academics, the panel discussed the study abroad program at Appalachian State as well as international students who have come to the High Country. Bringing in stories from the past, as well as the current status of international affairs at the school, the academics have a joyful conversation about travel.
AppTV to air Yad Vashem Institute Director Talk
December 05, 2017
AppTV has partnered with the Center to record and broadcast Professor Michman's, “Holocaust Research Since 1990: Contemporary Contexts and Their Impact on the Comprehension of the Event” lecture that rightfully impressed many audience members. APP TV will now air the lecture in North Carolina.
August 07, 2017
After a national search, Robert Gelber has been named general manager of AppTV, Appalachian State University’s television station housed within the Department of Communication in the College of Fine and Applied Arts.
July 08, 2016
In partnership with SkyBest Communications Inc., Appalachian State University’s television station, AppTV, has expanded its programming to Ashe and Alleghany counties and Johnson County, Tenn., as well as additional areas of Avery and Watauga counties.
September 30, 2015
Famous names in North Carolina broadcasting’s past and present were part of the first special shot produced by Appalachian State University’s new student-run television station on Monday.
September 29, 2015
Monday, Appalachian State University’s TV station, AppTV, ran its first live show, a tribute to well-known North Carolina broadcaster Clyde McLean.
November 20, 2014
Appalachian State University’s television station is in the process of getting a complete revamp and will be launched in March 2015.
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