THIS MONTH'S FEATURES
WANT A TV SHOW?
While you get geared up for Thanksgiving Break and final projects, we're bringing you a schedule full of movies you don't want to miss - Get Him to the Greek, Zoolander, A Fish Called Wanda, Airplane, and more!
As always, we'll be broadcasting on channel 50 on campus. Have a great Thanksgiving, and don't forget to check out our facebook page!
Posted by Amy Leonard on November 12, 2010 3:30 PM
happy halloween 2010!
Here at the TUBE, we're pretty excited about Halloween this weekend. To help you get in the spirit, we're playing some classic horror and Halloween films, like Silence of the Lambs, Nightmare on Elm Street, and Ghostbusters. Check out our full schedule for more!
As always, we'll be broadcasting on channel 50 on campus. We hope you enjoy your weekend, and we'll be back next week with a brand spankin' new schedule for November!
Posted by Amy Leonard on October 27, 2010 3:15 PM
TuBE 2009-2010 - Happy new school year!
The school year started off today for Tulanians and this past weekend saw the end of our annual NOLA program for incoming freshmen. As always, we're looking for dedicated, skilled students who want to work with TUBE to create student programming and help us build a presence on campus.
We're going to continue showing second release movies starting in early September with recently released movies like I Love You, Man. Stay tuned with TUBE on Channel 50 with our forthcoming schedule!
Posted by Erdi Erdem at August 25, 2009 1:29 AM
TUBE Is Back - Submit Your Student Programming!
We know it's been a while and we apologize. All that matters is we're back around, showing movies, putting up student programming and just being a fantastic organization overall. Schedules will continue to get updated on Facebook and on the website as well.
More importantly, we're looking for student programming! If you've ever made a movie, made a music video or done anything with a camera that's more than a submission to America's Funniest Videos, contact us! We're always trying to get more people to put up programming. Who knows, you'll probably see yourself on TV at some point.
Posted by Erdi Erdem at February 26, 2009 7:12 PM
We're fixing some things. Yeah, it happens. We know you like to watch. Creepos. We like to watch too ^_^. So check back Monday, we'll see you there.
Posted by Erdi Erdem at April 16, 2008 2:34 PM
Remember how Willy Wonka could make the Tubes produce chocolate for you to just reach in and take out? Well TUBE is not that talented but we can still provide sweets. You just have to do a little more work. Come outside the Boot on April 4th from 9pm to 2am for almost every piece of baked goodness you can imagine.
Posted by Erdi Erdem at Monday 24 March, 2008 7:02 PM|
THANK YOU FOR WATCHING.
TUBE is the entirely student-owned, entirely student-operated television station serving Tulane University and Greater New Orleans. We exist to provide creative and entertaining programming and hands-on artistic, communications, business, and leadership experience to Tulane students.
TUBE is currently succeeding its defunct predecessor, Tulane Student Television, which unfortunately did not weather Hurricane Katrina. We invite you to join us as we rebuild, renew, and reprogram with us.
TUBE is made possible thanks to the generous assistance of the student body of the Tulane University, their representatives in their Undergraduate Student Government, and the Board of Administrators for the Tulane Educational Fund. We are indebted to our fellow student media organizations, The Hullabaloo and WTUL 91.5, for their wisened guidance and moral support.
We are especially indebted to Ms. Tel Bailliet, Director of Student Media and Publications. We at TUBE firmly believe that this station could never have emerged were it not for her tireless dedication, sheer tenacity, and remarkably astute insight.
We thank you for visiting us. We hope this site can help you learn more about what's on, what's happening, what's hot, and what's not. We encourage you sample TUBE programming available on Channel 50 on Tulane's primary, Uptown campus. At the same time, we invite you to contact us with any questions, comments, or concerns you may have.
You stay classy, Tulane.
Posted by Chris Koski at 3:19PM |
YOU CAN HAS A TV SHOW.
Have you ever wanted to join the high-tech, fast-paced, fabulous world of television? Because if you have--and are apparently not easily put off by introductions such as those--you might just be the kind of person we'd like to have produce some programming. Here's how!
Step 1. Cut a hole in the box.
Step 2. Put your programming proposal in the box.
Step 3. Make our Programming Director open the box.
Now, those who've either caught the reference or intently followed those instructions are probably wondering about equipment, so here's the good news: If we approve a proposal, we'll schedule and provide our cameras, studio space, and editing terminals to make your artistic vision a reality.
Still interested? Learn more about how to make your show here.
Posted by Chris Koski at 3:19PM |