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Type Student Run Television
Country United States
Slogan Terrier Vision
Owner Boston University College of Communication
Key people

Faculty Adviser - Christopher Cavalieri General Manager - Meredith Jacobson Programming Coordinators - Rosemary Mongeau and Erik Hinrichsen Marketing - Fuming Cao and Joe Sobalo

Webmaster - Chandler Philpott
Launch date
February 22, 2006
Official website

butv10 is a student television station on cable TV on the campus of Boston University, seen on campus on cable channel 10. It produces original content for and by students, as well as alumni and faculty members. During the summer, its facilities are used by the college's Academy of Media Production. The station operates and is supported by the Boston University College of Communication.

butv10 Shows[edit]

Produced by butv10[edit]

  • Bay State - Longest-running college soap opera originated in 1991.
  • BU Tonight - Late night talk show.
  • Co-Ed: The Next Generation - Mockumentary-style sitcom about two boys, two girls, and a sketchy neighbor living in an apartment together.
  • Full Circle - University-related interviews and performances.
  • Inside Boston - News magazine.
  • Live at BU Central
  • The Morning After
  • Movie Reviews
  • Offsides - Sports talk show.
  • On That Point - Round table debate show covering politics and culture.
  • Redstone Showcase - Films featured in the Redstone Film Festival.
  • Shadows - Sci-fi/supernatural drama.
  • Terrier Nation - Terrier sports highlights. This SportsCenter-style show covers everything Terrier related from ice hockey at Agganis Arena to soccer at Nickerson Field.
  • The Wire - butv10's daily news wire; also webcasts at http://www.butv10.com/thewire
  • Warren Towers - A documentary-style comedy about BU dorm life.
  • Pop Showdown - Game show featuring trivia about music, movies, TV, pop culture, and BU related trivia.
  • Welcome Back, Brotter - A Telly Award-winning sitcom about college losers.[1]

Awards and recognition[edit]

butv10 received Telly Awards in 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012. The butv10 website, www.butv10.com was nominated for a Webby Award in 2009.


  1. ^ Cavalieri, Christophor. "butv10 wins 5th consecutive Telly Award". Boston University College of Communication. 

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