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Boise State Television


BTV broadcasts live events and important video programming for Boise State and the Boise community. Content is programmed locally on Sparklight Ch. 60 and is simulcast on the YouTube Channel – BoiseState BTV Live.  Tune in so you can view distinguished lectures, music department performances, club sports, student shows, and more.

Tune into the Boise State BTV YouTube Channel’s programmed stream by simply clicking here:

Boise State Students
Anna Silver interviews Congressmen Romer and Petri

University Television Productions

University Television Productions produces and provides live multi-camera broadcast and streaming for events on Boise State’s campus for BTV.  These events include distinguished guest lectures, musical performances, student produced shows, club sporting events, and more. In other words, watch the events live here on the BTV page or on the BTV YouTube Channel.

Other video services are available. To find out more visit the UTP page.

Students produce shows like Presents:, Finding Beyond, Take One, What to Know, in addition to various special lectures and events.  These and other programs are all available as videos on demand.

Community Media

Community Media is a studio production course for students that produce the show Boise State in the Community. This program features many of Boise State’s Service Learning courses and other members of the Boise State family.

360° Videos

360° Videos of Boise State events, Live & On-Demand.

BTV Television Studio for YouTube
SMASH studio ready for the next show.

Club Sports

If you are interested in live streamed Club Sports you can tune in here!  BTV provides coverage of Men’s & Women’s Soccer, Men & Women’s Rugby, Lacrosse, Ultimate Frisbee, and more.

University Television

University Television also provides administration for BTV, UTP, Community Media, and also supports media production equipment and facilities in the University’s Department of Media.

BTV YouTube

Tune into the YouTube Channel by clicking here:

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