This weekly half-hour sports program covers all four Council Bluffs high schools’ sporting events and the sporting events on the campus of Iowa Western Community College.
A weekly, half-hour, prime-time issues and information program produced by UNO Television. Host Cathy Wyatt talks to the people making news, discusses issues important to our citizens and engages guests in dialogue on topics that face today’s society.
Students in the Electronic Media Studies program at Iowa Western Community College and the staff of CBTV bring viewers “Hometown Information.”
Metropolitan Community College faculty members share what attracted them to teaching. They focus on life prior to teaching at Metropolitan Community College and how and why they transitioned to education from their earlier careers. Their passion is real as they reminisce about their mentors, inspiration and dedication to their students and professions.
Join us as we bring you a look at a myriad of fine art works created by students from all around the Omaha Public Schools. Paintings, theatre, music, sculpting—we cover it all!
This 30-minute arts magazine program, produced by UNO School of Communication students, explores various art forms, the artists who create them and visits local theatres, galleries, clubs and other venues.
With an array of locally available ingredients, Metropolitan Community College Chef – instructors Oystein Solberg, Michael Combs and colleagues take the home cook on an exploratory journey from prepping to plating various dishes. They share their knowledge and enthusiasm about food and their favorite recipes.
An informative and refreshing talk show that features interviews with those involved in the Metropolitan Community College community. Guests share news about campus activities, discuss college services and programs, and explore other interesting topics.
Live broadcasts of OPS Board of Education meetings held at the OPS Teacher Administration Center (TAC) on the first and third Mondays of each month.
A program that highlights school sports activities around the Omaha Public Schools and metro area. Hosted by students and staff.
A series showcasing UNO faculty members and the books they have written on a variety of interesting topics. The program is produced on location at the University of Nebraska Omaha.
Playback of area high school sporting events that are recorded and announced by OPS Career Center TV/Video Production students and staff.
Created by students in the OPS Career Center TV/Video Production program, this video news magazine brings you a look at a wide range of topics of interest to teens.
A half-hour show that delves into student projects from the Moving Image Lab. In this entry-level class at Metropolitan Community College, students learn to shoot and edit videos using advanced production equipment and stylish approaches.
This weekly news program features students in front of and behind the camera. Journalism students report on community news. It is produced by students from UNO’s School of Communication with support from UNO TV and its student crew.
Viewers can watch programs they choose from programming produced by TKN members. TKN Viewer’s Choice is available overnight and 24 hours a day during the weekends on TKN1.
This show features a compilation of student projects and is a program produced by Metropolitan Community College’s Video 1 class students.
A Westside High School student-produced news program that highlights the activities and events from Westside Community Schools.
This weekly educational program helps children learn to be bilingual in basic English and Spanish. The program is hosted by local educators and produced by students at Metropolitan Community College.
This weekly program teaches adults English as a Second Language (ESL). Teacher-hosts focus on building vocabulary and helping viewers learn English for everyday life. Our student crew produces the program under the direction of UNO TV staff professionals.