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WOLV TV

WOLV TV is student-run television at the University of Michigan.  Housed in North Quad and sponsored by Screen Arts & Cultures, WOLV TV produces broadcast television-format programming in SAC’s multi-camera Studio A. Currently enrolled students of all majors are welcome to join.  No previous experience is needed, and new members will receive training for equipment and procedures.  There are also plenty of opportunities for writing, field production, and editing.  From news, to sports, to entertainment, to sketch comedy, and whether you want to be in front of the camera or behind it, there’s something for everyone at WOLV TV! Interested students may find more information at wolvtv.org.

Come Out and Support WOLV TV on December 12, 2017!

WOLV-TV has partnered with Pizza House for a fundraiser on December 12, 2017 all day long - from 10:30 a.m. to 4:00 a.m.! Pizza House will donate 15% of the sales (order in, take out, and delivery) to WOLV-TV, so please make sure to order Pizza House and mention “WOLV-TV Fundraiser.” Help make WOLV-TV the best it can be by doing your favorite thing - eating pizza and having a good time.

What Kind of Programming Does WOLV Have?

The Entertainment Buzz - THE show for the all the hottest Hollywood news, movie reviews, and much, much more!

Newsfeed - a dynamic, exciting look at what goes on across campus.

Sportsnite - a weekly recap of all Michigan sports modeled after ESPN’s Sportscenter.

Turned On -  gives viewers the do’s and don’t’s of everything from first dates to monogamy.

Ultimate Sports Show -  "When life gives you sports – we’re here to make fun of them" -- the source for sports with a comedic twist. 

Wake up with WOLV - the station’s very own morning talk and news show. 

Wolverine Alley-oop - the source for everything college basketball -- only filmed during basketball season.

Wolverine Women - takes a female perspective on all things Michigan sports with in-depth interviews, fun games, and sports news.

Watch The Entertainment Buzz's 2017 OSCAR® SPECIAL

A Look at the Studio Behind the Scenes

Leah Hirsh runs the audio console during The Entertainment Buzz.

Production switcher buttons and camera controls in the studio.

Waqas Azhar makes running the switcher look easy.