Subject: News for and about the Internet2 community
Yale University Joins the OPEN Student Television Network
- From: Rich Griffin <>
- Subject: Yale University Joins the OPEN Student Television Network
- Date: Thu, 13 Oct 2005 16:41:03 -0400
- Organization: CampusEAI Consortium
FOR RELEASE: October 13, 2005
YTV to Provide IP Television to Students, Staff and Faculty
Student Television Network (OSTN) is a hosted IP Television service
that offers student-produced broadcast programming
The OPEN Student Television Network Channel is a national initiative of student television stations working together to build a digital channel of student television shows. On the OSTN Channel, students are not only creating content but they are also making the important programming decisions that appeal to their peer viewing audience. The OSTN Channel provides opportunities for students through resources, community, exposure and experience. The OSTN Channel gives voice to students by connecting schools' TV stations through video content sharing and digital delivery of student-produced video content to the PC and TV.
"YTV is very pleased to join OSTN. By offering Yale students the opportunity to have their work seen on campuses nationwide, this affiliation will encourage television and film production to a degree unprecedented on Yale’s campus,” exclaimed Emerson Davis, YTV’s Program Director. “In addition, YTV looks forward to contributing some of its existing content to OSTN, showcasing the passions and talents of past and current students."
pleased to see
“Yale’s YTV is a perfect example of what
students can achieve in the most competitive of environments. Even though Yale does not offer a formal
track for Film, Television or Communications, we are seeing some
entertaining and creative programming coming out of
For more information on the OPEN Student
Television Network send an e-mail to
Founded in 1701, the University consists of
twelve schools, the four-year undergraduate school; the Yale Graduate
Arts and Sciences; and ten professional schools. Yale’s roots can be
back to the 1640’s, when colonial clergymen led an effort to establish
Led by over 100 primary, secondary, and post-secondary education institutions in Australia, Canada, United Kingdom, and the United States, CampusEAI Consortium is a Cleveland-based, non-profit organization dedicated to facilitating the development, exchange, delivery, and support of community-source software and digital content. For more information, visit www.campuseai.org.
Led by over
Internet2 and the CampusEAI Consortium,
the OPEN Student Television Network (OSTN) is a hosted IP Television
that offers traditional broadcast television programming and university
programming securely over Internet2 to laptops and desktop PCs. For more information, visit www.ostn.tv.
Program Director, Yale Television
Director of Communications
Regards, Rich Griffin Vice President of Technology OPEN Student Television Network CampusEAI Consortium 1940 East 6th Street, 11th Floor Cleveland, OH 44114 Tel: 216.589.9626 ext. 158 Mobile: 216.470.6183 Fax: 216.589.9639 www.ostn.tv www.campuseai.org
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- Yale University Joins the OPEN Student Television Network, Rich Griffin, 10/13/2005
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