Texas Student Television

Texas Student Television (TSTV) is the nation's only student-run, FCC-licensed television station. TSTV's over-the-air signal, channel nine, reaches homes in central and east Austin 24 hours a day, seven days a week. In addition, TSTV programming is available to 7,300 students at all times in 14 on-campus dormitories via cable channel 15, which allows for an exclusive reach of dorm students, and in all non-residential buildings on campus on cable channel 51.

TSTV programming also airs weeknights from 9 p.m. to 10 p.m. on Time Warner Cable channel 16, which provides service to 200,000 households. Dorm and broadcast viewers combined, 20,390 people watch TSTV.

Live Sports Productions

Live sports productions deliver national title contender women's volleyball and softball coverage in the fall and spring respectively. Reach Longhorn fans of every age tuning in for an exclusive "Live" broadcast of these exciting sports and others. Advertising sponsorship packages are available upon request.

TSTV Productions

TSTV Production clients benefit from the high caliber, cutting-edge creativity of students pursuing careers in television and video production at The University of Texas at Austin. These portfolio-building productions offer inspired perspectives at a fraction of the cost of high-dollar alternatives.


  • Commercials
  • Infomercials
  • Instructional Videos
  • Event Coverage
  • Sporting Events
  • Red-Carpet Events
  • Conferences, Lectures, Seminars
  • Fairs, Fashion and Talent Shows, etc.

What's on TSTV?

Student-Produced Programs

  • "ATX Most Wanted"
    • Hip Hop & Rap Videos
    • CD Reviews
  • "That's Awesome"
    • Comedy sketch show
  • "CPB"
    • UT sports reports
    • Video reccaps
    • Athlete interviews
  • "Sneak Peek"
    • Movie reviews
    • Celebrity & band interviews
  • "College Crossfire"
    • Sports debate show
  • "Movie Junkies"
    • Movie trivia gameshow
  • "Local Live"
    • Local bands every week performing live in the TSTV studio.
  • "KVR News 9"
    • Weekly UT newscast
  • "Videogame Hour"
    • Game reviews, previews, and news
    • Live gameplay with call-in segment
    • Game trailers