KAMU-TV

KAMU-TV is the Brazos Valley's public television station featuring Public Broadcasting Service (PBS) and locally produced programs. This service is not provided by Texas A&M IT.

KAMU-TV maintains a Ku-Band satellite uplink for live transmission of academic and service video programs to national audiences. The KAMU-TV satellite uplink is available to regional and national media for news, sports and special interest programming. KAMU-TV has the capability of receiving satellite-based broadcasts (commonly called teleconferences) for live distribution by campus cable TV or recorded for future playback.

KAMU-TV provides high-quality video production services to support the university's academic and outreach missions. It produces a wide array of teaching, research, special event and outreach videos.

  • Studio-based video production in high definition and standard definition for projects ranging from broadcast television to web-based podcasts
  • On-site video production in high definition and standard definition for projects ranging from broadcast television to web-based podcasts
  • Video transmission via Internet, fiber optic, satellite and cable television
  • Video recording and duplication in a variety of DVD and videotape formats
  • Satellite program reception and distribution to a variety of campus locations
  • Video production consultation, facilitation and direction
  • Instructional technology consultation

Getting Started

Visit KAMU to see the TV schedule or watch streamed broadcasts.

For video production, call KAMU-TV at 979.845.5611.

To arrange a satellite uplink or downlink, call KAMU at 979.845.5611. No extra action is needed by users to view KAMU-TV's satellite-delivered programs. Satellite teleconferences also can be transmitted to any TTVN videoconference site.

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