2017-2018 Catalog

Television Center

Skalicky Tech Incubator, Room 110
Phone (701) 777-4346


The University of North Dakota Television Center’s mission is to promote student development, offer quality production services, and provide programming that reflects the university’s mission and values. The following vision statements support the mission:

  • Provide a quality internship program through Studio One.
  • Provide high quality, innovative, and cost-effective production services to clients.
  • Schedule and operate Grand Forks Cable Channel 3/97-1 and UND Cable Channel 98-1/116-1, Residence Life Cinema.
  • Develop partnerships that will enhance the university through the use of television.


The Television Center provides television production services to campus departments and organizations. Hourly rates are charged for services. To request services, contact the Television Center at 777-4346. The following services are offered:

  • Studio Production: four-camera production with digital effects.
  • Remote Production: two-camera production with special lighting effects.
  • Editing: post-production services with graphics, digital video effects, narration and music library.
  • Script development: research and writing services for documentary, promotional and news projects.

Written estimates will be provided after clients submit a Project Request form, which is available at: www.tvcenter.und.edu. The Television Center does not rent or loan equipment to groups, organizations or individuals.

Studio One

Studio One is a live television show produced by the University of North Dakota’s Television Center. The program, which debuted in the spring of 1987, is a one-hour broadcast similar to NBC’s Today or ABC’s Good Morning America. Students produce news, weather, sports and entertainment segments, and interview guests ranging from local people to national and international celebrities.

More than 4 million people can watch Studio One. The program is telecast live on Thursday afternoons during the fall and spring semesters on Grand Forks Cable Channel 3/97-1 and UND Cable Channel 98-1/116-1, Residence Life Cinema. It is repeated several times during the week in the following North Dakota cities: Bismarck, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Oakes and Ray. Minnesota viewers can also tune in. In addition to East Grand Forks, Studio One is distributed to more than 80 communities in the Twin Cities region by the Metro Cable Network. Prairie Public Television, North Dakota’s Public Television Network, also broadcasts the program across North Dakota, eastern Minnesota and southern Manitoba, which includes the Winnipeg metro area. Outside the region, viewers in select communities in Colorado, Michigan, Virginia and Wisconsin can watch Studio One.

Studio One provides opportunities for students from the University of North Dakota to gain practical experience in professional business setting. Students deal with every facet of creating a live television show by working in teams. Four teams create and promote the show: News, Weather, Production and Marketing.

To find out more about how you can become involved in Studio One or to attend a live performance, visit our website (www.studio1.und.edu) or call us at 777-4346.

Office of the Registrar

Tel: 701.777.2711
Fax: 701.777.2696

Twamley Hall Room 201
264 Centennial Drive Stop 8382
Grand Forks, ND 58202-8382