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Current RPI TV Logo
Launched November 19, 2003 (2003-11-19)
Network Campus Cable
Owned by Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute
Picture format 480i (SDTV) (2003–2011)
1080i (HDTV) (2009–present)
2160p (UHDTV) (2015–present)
Country  United States
Language American English
Broadcast area Worldwide
Headquarters Rensselaer Union, 1812
Website rpitv.org
Streaming media
rpitv.org rpitv.org

RPI TV is a closed-circuit television student television station at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute (RPI). The club broadcasts content online and is funded by the Rensselaer Union. RPI TV also assists in the moderation of student content submitted to the Concerto digital signage system developed at RPI.

RPI TV films and broadcasts a variety of campus events, including athletic events, student senate meetings, musical and cultural events, and the annual GM/PU candidate debates.

Productions are available on RPI TV's website in an effort to allow the general public to watch live and on-demand content.

Current Productions[edit]

  • RPI Engineers Football
  • RPI Engineers Hockey
  • RPI Student Senate Meetings

RPI Athletics[edit]

Working with the RPI Athletics Department during the fall and winter sports seasons, RPI TV offers free live streaming of most home football, men's hockey, and women's hockey games. Recorded games are also available online for free on-demand viewing.

Navigating Rensselaer & Beyond[edit]

Every year since 2006, the club has run a crash-course in video production as part of the First-Year Experience program for incoming freshmen. Traditionally, incoming students are given two days to plan, film, and edit their production which will be shown on campus cable and the RPI TV website. Past productions have included The Classroom, Dora the Explorer Live!, and Tentatively Titled MURSE.

Past Productions[edit]

RPI PD[edit]

RPI PD[1] launched in the Spring of 2011, filling a longstanding gap in the club's creative productions. The show, which was produced twice a month, follows Detective Nick Waters, a fictional law enforcement officer, through his enforcement activities that occur on the RPI campus and neighboring areas.