The Office of Broadcast Services trains students to broadcast CU events on 88.7 FM The Tiger and WLCU-TV to the surrounding community.

Events include: Chapels, CU sports, special events, Dialogue on Public Issues, and more.

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88.7 FM The Tiger

Broadcasting students from the Mass Communications area are trained in all aspects of operations and work in every area from PSA’s, news and weather, remote broadcasting, board operation, announcing, system maintenance, software and more.

WLCU - TV

Broadcasting live CU events and Christian programs, including Chapel services, town halls, and sporting events.

WLCU-TV is available on Comcast Cable channel 10 and Digital channel 15.1.

Broadcast and Digital Media Degree

With an emphasis in Broadcast and Digital Media, students will receive hand-on experience and learn the day-to-day process of running WLCU's 88.7 FM The Tiger radio and WLCU-TV television stations, as well as best practices for social and digital media.

Annual Derby Rose Gala raises over $30,000 for Student Scholarship Fund
Broadcast students host Derby Rose Gala event coverage for WLCU
broadcast students interviewing Sara Curry
Students were a big part of the Derby Rose Gala. From shooting photography and video to interviewing guests. Interviewing Sara Curry, right, chair of the Advancement Board, is Shelby Knuckles, left, and Meg Brown. (Campbellsville University Photo by Drew Tucker)
broadcast students
Broadcast students control the coverage during the Derby Rose Gala event
WLCU radio station crew
The Tiger Team at 88.7 FM covers the parade at 10 a.m. at the Campbellsville/Taylor County annual Fourth of July celebration. From left, front, are Jess McCandless of Elizabethtown, Ky.; Alex Meade of Paintsville, Ky. and Andrew Bennett, coordinator of audio/visual services. Back, Matt Wehle of Mechanicsville, Va., Jeannie Clark, director of broadcast services, and Matt Payton, radio program/production director. (Campbellsville University Photo by Joan C. McKinney)

 

WLCU-TV’s On-Demand Shows

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WLCU-TV is available on Comcast Cable channel 10 and Digital channel 23.1.

Dialogue on Public Issues on Mondays at 8:30 PM

"Dialogue on Public Issues"
Mondays at 8:30 PM on WLCU-TV

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Community Rewind on Fridays at 7:00 PM on WLCU-TV

"Community Rewind"
Fridays at 7:00 PM on WLCU-TV

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What's Cooking Neighbor on Fridays at 8:30 PM on WLCU-TV

"What's Cooking Neighbor"
Fridays at 8:30 PM on WLCU-TV

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CU Chapel on Wednesdays at 10:00 AM on WLCU-TV


"CU Chapel"
Wednesdays at 10:00 AM on WLCU-TV

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Live Streaming Events

Live games and events can be viewed below at the time of the event.

Having issues? View streaming tips below.

Streaming Tips
Using Flash
If presented, click “Run” or “Allow Flash” in the player and click “Allow and Remember” if you see a pop-up.
Google Chrome Users
To enable Flash, go to chrome://settings/content in your address bar, find “Flash” and under “Allow” add www.campbellsville.edu
Microsoft Edge
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Jay Davis and Ariel Emberton
Jay Davis and Ariel Emberton host Homecoming coverage
Courtni Cruse reporting on camera
Courtni Cruse reporting on camera for WLCU during the re-launch of 88.7 The Tiger radio station.
WLCU broadcast students on television
From left Clark Tippett and Amber Wright, serve as the main hosts for the 9th Annual Derby Rose Gala at Campbellsville University. (Campbellsville University Photo by Joshua Williams)
broadcast students
Broadcast students covering CU’s Derby Rose Gala event
Jess McCandless and Daryl Peavler
Jess McCandless interviews Daryl Peavler, alumni relations director
broadcast student on football field
Broadcast student covers CU Tiger Football