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Movie Night! 9/22

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Come out to STV's first ever MOVIE NIGHT!

Well, TV night really; we are watching American Vandal in the STV Office! Friday 9/22

Ice Cream!

Come out! Watch American Vandal trailer here:

Max Starks Interview

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Check out our interview with Max Starks!

STV was able to Interview two-time winning Super Bowl linebacker, Max Starks, before the UNC Vs. ODU game on Saturday. Hear what he does on his "free" time and how he felt when he won two Super Bowls! 

Video Editing Workshop March 28!

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The wonderful Hollie Rutledge will be leading a video editing workshop with UNC STV and the Department of Communication in Swain Hall 101A (in the annex of the building- door is next to the toll booth) from 7:30-9pm on March 28th. The workshop will provide a run through of shortcuts, effects, timing etc that lead to more efficient editing. They will be going over Adobe Premiere Pro CC and anyone is welcome to come! It probably will only last an hour, so come out to learn some cool things! It's great for students in COMM 130/230 and MEJO 585.

 RSVP for the workshop, as space is limited! 

RSVP here, or on Facebook event:

Facebook event: 

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Apply to be Station Manager!

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Sadly, Mariana is graduating in May, and Student Television will need a new Station Manager for next year. With that, the 2017-2018 STV Station Manager application is now live! Any student who will be graduating May 2018 or later can apply, regardless of whether or not they have been a part of STV before.

For the application, there is no need to submit a resume or cover letter; simply respond to the questions in the linked document below. Applications should be typed on a word document and emailed to the current Station Manager, Mariana Abou-Rizk, at  Applications are DUE on MARCH 22, 2017 no later than 11:59PM. This is two days after the end of spring break.

If you have any questions about the application, please email Mariana at According to her, the most important parts of being Station Manager are being in frequent contact with producers and other STV members, networking, and making time for STV work.

Link to the application:

Spring Break Equipment Reservations

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Requests: If you would like to reserve equipment for use over spring break, please make a reservation request by THURSDAY, MARCH 9 at 12:00PM. No spring break reservations will be accepted after this time.

IMPORTANT: If you are taking the equipment outside of the Triangle area, please make a note of that in the “other” section of the form. Reserve early.

Pick up: Equipment reserved for use over spring break can be collected no earlier than FRIDAY, MARCH 10. Pick up times that day are 11:00AM-5:00PM. No exceptions.

Return: RETURN TIME for all equipment checked out for use over spring break is MONDAY, MARCH 20 by 12:00PM. Please be sure to notify Thomas ( about your equipment drop off if he is not in the office at the time you return it. No exceptions.

Make a reservation request here:

2017-2018 Station Manager Applications

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It is with joy and sadness that I announce the opening of the 2017-2018 Station Manager application this week. I, Mariana, am beyond excited about graduating but sad to leave STV! 

Think you have what it takes to be the next leader of Student Television? Applications will be released on March 10 and will be due to by March 22. Any undergraduate student who is graduating May 2018 or later may apply.

A Week of Premieres!

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We've been working hard on our first episodes of the semester, and we're excited for you to see them! SO. GET. PUMPED. Every day during Spring Premiere Week, we'll be releasing BRAND NEW STV EPISODES! Check back on our social media all week long for trailers and fun behind-the-scenes shots.

The Week-Long Line Up:

Monday, Feb 27, 7 PM: TRAVERSE TOWN


Wednesday, March 1, 7 PM: LATE NIGHT STV


Friday, March 3, 7 PM: UNDERGRADS


Catch all of our new episodes on YouTube and Vimeo! and or on channel 19.100 on UNC campus cable.

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Aparna Nancherla!

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Comedian and writer Aparna Nancherla is coming to the NC Comedy Arts Festival in February! She has written for Seth Meyers, Amy Schumer, and will be starring in the latest season of Love on Netflix. See her perform on February 18th! Tickets on sale here: 10% of the proceeds from this festival will be donated to Planned Parenthood of the South Atlantic. Not only will you be laughing your head off, but you'll be helping women get affordable access to reproductive health care services.

There will also be an STV Q&A session with Aparna the afternoon of her show- stay tuned for more details.

As Special thanks go to Zach Ward and DSI Comedy for arranging this.