Binghamton Television

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BTV
BTV6 logo.jpeg
4400 Vestal Pkwy E
Binghamton, New York 13902
Branding BTV-6
Slogan BTV is the place to be
Channels Analog: 6 (CCTV - Cable)
Founded 1976
Call letters' meaning Binghamton
TeleVision
Former callsigns HTV (Harpur Television Workshop)
Website btv-6.com

Binghamton Television is a television station that operates on the Binghamton University campus. Binghamton Television(BTV) is the student-run television station, that has been broadcasting on the University's cable network for over 30 years.

History[edit]

BTV was founded in the late 1970s as Harpur Television Workshop. In 1982, it was renamed to Binghamton Television, when the station began broadcasting to the campus. In the early 2000s, BTV studios moved into a new location below the bookstore on campus.[1]

Broadcasting[edit]

BTV is a closed circuit television station and does not fall under the jurisdiction of the Federal Communications Commission. BTV is only available to student's on the Binghamton University campus on channel 6. For others off campus, BTV provides a live stream of the channel on their website.

Staff[edit]

2013-2014

President: Michael Zagreda
Production Manager: Chris Graf
Chief Engineer: Adam Heimowitz
Chief of Staff: Michael Hickey
Administrative Director: Erin Kleinertz


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