Who We Are
Broadcasting on campus cable channel 75, Tiger TV reaches approximately 6500 students who live and congregate in common areas on campus, such as residence halls and sorority and fraternity houses. It employs approximately 50 people each semester giving students the opportunity to be station manager, camera operators, news reporters, programmers, on-air personality, even work with clients to help create TV commercials.
History of TigerTV
Student television began on the LSU campus in 1988. In its short on-air history, Tiger TV has grown to include an almost $1-million state of the art television studio and provide more than 8 hours of original programming each day. The station mixes news and sports programming with local and national entertainment shows, and recently added first-run movies. Tiger TV shares its production equipment and facilities with the Manship School of Mass Communication and is one of the most modern student television studios in the country.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: How do I become involved in Tiger TV?
A: Any full-time LSU student who meets University requirements for employment can become involved with Tiger TV. Applications are available in B39 Hodges Hall and are reviewed at the beginning of each semester. Read the Reveille and watch Tiger TV for application dates and deadlines. Please refer to the Tiger TV policy manual for further information.
Q: Do I have to be a Mass Communication major in order to participate in Tiger TV?
A: No. Tiger TV participation is available to all majors.
Q: Do I have to have previous television experience to participate in Tiger TV?
A: No. Tiger TV employees have a range of experience from none at all to many years.
Q: How do I submit show or segment ideas?
A: Show or segment ideas should be submitted in writing to the station manager. The station manager will then refer you to the appropriate show producer.
Q: How much time does Tiger TV require?
A: Tiger TV requires as little or as much time as the individual desires. While payroll limits are in place, the time invested should correspond with the needs of the immediate supervisor.
Q: What jobs are available?
A: You may view this information on our Job Postings page.
Q: Do you have a program schedule?
A: An updated schedule has not been provided.
Q: Where is Tiger TV located?
A: The Tiger TV office and Master Control is located in the basement of Hodges hall -- Room B8. The joint Tiger TV and KLSU newsroom is also in the Hodges basement -- Room B23.