the Broadcasting Club @ UWM

inside the TV control roomThe Broadcast Club at UWM provides students with practical experience in studio television production, program producing, and radio sports play-by-play broadcasting.

Members receive training in all aspects of television studio production, including camera operation, technical directing, and directing. They then use a professional television studio each week to produce half-hour programs that air on the club’s new campus television station, PawsTV3.

Club members also produce live play-by-play Internet radio coverage of various UWM sporting events, including women’s home basketball and volleyball games.  Membership is open to all UWM students, regardless of major.

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