From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search 26:46
Presented by None
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 18
Executive producer(s) Julie Johnson and Andy Philips
Running time 26 minutes, 46 seconds (per episode)
Original network WSIU-TV
Original release 1999 – present
External links
Website 26:46 is a student-run television program from the College of Mass Communication & Media Arts at Southern Illinois University Carbondale that airs on the University's PBS member station, WSIU. This half hour magazine-style TV program has won national acclaim by capturing thirty-one regional and national awards including seven College Television Awards, or student Emmys. The "26:46" in the show's name reflect its general length per program—26 minutes, 46 seconds, with the remaining time in its half-hour slot used for WSIU's promos and messages.

History[edit] began in 1995 when SIU alumni encouraged the school to expand its daily news program. Students were asked to compete for several different weekly special segments, one of which was supposed to be an entertainment news segment. This entertainment segment was morphed into a weekly news show called It featured a smart and wacky documentary style about everything and anything. The average length was about seven minutes long and aired each Thursday night, quickly becoming the most controversial and anticipated news segment. continued in this format for three years until it was turned into the half hour show that it is today.


Year Title Notes
2015 Cleaning For A Reason [1] A film about Lewisville, Texas based nonprofit organization.

External links[edit]

See also[edit]


  1. ^ "Cleaning for a Reason Documentary". Vimeo. Retrieved 2017-06-20.