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Arts / Entertainment

CSU-TV Channel 11 offers new lineup, relevant programming

March 7, 2011

CSU-TV 11's new schedule continues the station's focus on entertaining and educational programming while featuring Colorado State University to the community.

CSU-TV’s new lineup maintains its tradition of airing national and local shows. Ranging from art programming features with National Gallery to technology shows such as NASA 360, CSU-TV offers a wide range of programming each day.

The station has also welcomed educational children’s programs, Story Connections and Kids-a-Cookin,’ seven days per week.

New focus on the University

The biggest change at CSU-TV is the new focus on the University. All week long, CSU-TV highlights University programs, events, sports, and news from 5 p.m. to 6 a.m. Award-winning, student-produced programs, CTV and Colorado Music Lounge, continue to play at 9 a.m., 12 p.m., and 9 p.m. Monday through Friday. Colorado Music Lounge plays in prolonged blocks on Saturday and Sunday nights at 8 p.m.

Social media and online presence for CSU-TV also is growing. The station now hosts a Facebook page that frequently updates viewers on current programming. The station’s website also features a live streaming option for those who prefer online access. The site will soon display a weekly schedule.

The station, operated by CSU’s Division of External Relations, airs over Channel 11 for Comcast subscribers in Fort Collins. All other viewers can connect to a live stream of CSU-TV