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MBC-TV

Mary Baldwin Television is a student organization and operates on channels 2 and 21 of the campus-wide closed-circuit cable system. The station, located on the first floor of Grafton Library on the MBC campus, gives students hands-on experience in television production and broadcast. It is student run with advice offered by professors in the college’s Communication discipline.

MBC-TV

Weekly Schedule

January 19th- January 26th
Time Monday  Tuesday  Wednesday  Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday Monday
12am The Skeleton Twins Frank ”    “ Frank ”    “ Boyhood Frank ”    “
10am Zero Dark Thirty Wish I Was Here The Skeleton Twins Wish I Was Here The Skeleton Twins ”    “ Wish I Was Here Skeleton Twins
12pm ”    “ Zero Dark Thirty Wish I Was Here Zero Dark Thirty Wish I Was Here Skeleton Twins Zero Dark Thirty Wish I Was Here
2pm Bright Star ”    “ Zero Dark Thirty ”    “ Zero Dark Thirty Wish I Was Here ”    “ Zero Dark Thirty
4pm Winter’s Bone Bright Star ”    “ Bright Star ”   “ Zero Dark Thirty Bright Star ”    “
6pm Lost in Translation Winter’s Bone Bright Star Winter’s Bone Bright Star ”    “ Winter’s Bone Bright Star
8pm Boyhood Lost in Translation Winter’s Bone Lost in Translation Winter’s Bone Bright Star Lost in Translation Winter’s Bone
10pm ”    “ Boyhood Lost in Translation Boyhood Lost in Translation Winter’s Bone Boyhood Lost in Translation

CHANNEL 2 displays campus news, announcements, and information on revolving slides 24 hours per day accompanied by audio from our student-created playlists.

CHANNEL 21 broadcasts popular movies from Residence Life Cinema. Each month, eight new movies are put in constant rotation. These often include current releases, independent films, documentaries, foreign language, and educational films. This channel is also home to MBC-TV student productions, and may include coverage of campus events, projects from production classes and special programming relating to the MBC community. Movies may be delayed by 30 minutes or less.

MBC-TV always welcomes input and suggestions from students, staff, and faculty. We promote campus interaction with the people and businesses in Staunton and the surrounding community. You may contact or send broadcast information to mbctv@mbc.edu. Announcements may be in the form of PowerPoint slides sent to the above address. Please include dates to start and end broadcast. If you wish us to create the announcement, please include all pertinent information.

Contact Information

E-mail: mbctv@mbc.edu

Visit the student-maintained site for more information.

Advisor

Allan Moyé, assistant professor of communication