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Open Student Television Network Programs

Open Student Television Network (OSTN) is the only 24-hour global channel devoted exclusively to student-produced TV programming.

OSTN features a wide variety of programming genres ranging from soap operas like �Ivory Tower� from HRTV at Harvard University to dating shows like �Blind Date� from YTV at Yale University to talk shows like �CU@USC� from Trojan Vsion at University of Southern California to reality shows like �Frosh Life� from Duke University to news shows like �Northwestern News Report� from Medill�s School of Journalism at Northwestern University.

OSTN reaches over three million users, 208 research and education institutions, and 34 state education networks and can be viewed on both TVs and PCs. On OSTN, students are not only creating content but they are also making the important programming decisions that appeal to their peer viewing audience. OSTN provides opportunities for students through resources, community, exposure and experience.

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