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|Slogan||UCO’s Student Media|
|University||University of Central Oklahoma|
|Channel||Digital:125 (Cox Cable)|
|Distributed||On Campus Tue/Thu|
|Web/Social Media||UCentral Media|
UCentral is the student media network at the University of Central Oklahoma, featuring traditional media (television, radio, newspaper) and new media (web, netcasts, social networking) created by students majoring in professional media. UCentral is located within the Mass Communication Department on the campus of UCO.
UCentral is a member of Oklahoma Education Broadcast Association, College Media Advisors, Collegiate Broadcasters Incorporated and Oklahoma Association of Broadcasters, The Oklahoma Press Association, the Columbia Scholastic Press Association, the Associated Collegiate Press and the Associated Press.
TV and netcasts
Starting in 1976 as KCSU-TV, UCentral features several award-winning HDTV and netcast programs such as UCentral News, the daily student newscast; The Huddle, a weekly football highlight program during the fall; Conspiracy Weekly, an in-depth look at untold truths; Cup of Joe Quiz Show, a light-hearted, trivia-based game show with a prize; and TBSR, a focus on UCO players during the spring semester. All programs are available online at ucentralmedia.com, on the UCentral iPhone app, and in the city of Edmond, Oklahoma on Cox digital channel 125.
The Vista was established in 1903 as the student newspaper of the University of Central Oklahoma. It is distributed free of charge on the UCO campus and designated off-campus locations on Tuesdays and Thursdays during the fall and spring semesters. The paper is published on Wednesdays during the summer semester.
UCentral Radio is the student radio station in Edmond, Oklahoma, on the campus of The University of Central Oklahoma. UCentral Radio applied for an LPFM license in November 2013 and was awarded a Construction Permit by FCC for 99.3 FM on February 24, 2015. It reserved the call letters KZUC.
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