Television Production Degree (BS)

Television production students at Huntington University are passionate about people. They love telling the real-life stories of those around them. That hunger for truth, understanding, and justice is built up and refined in our hands-on environment that allows you to jump into real-world experiences beginning your very first semester.

As a television production student at Huntington, you’ll discover storytelling techniques that will prepare you for jobs in television news, sports broadcasting, and radio. But we understand the world of media is constantly changing. That’s why television production majors are ready to take on careers in fields like corporate media, podcasting, and church media as well.

The longstanding tradition of television media at Huntington University consistently produces professionals who continue to work in their respective fields today. This tight-knit alumni group will be the start of your professional network. They’re constantly reaching out to current students to educate, encourage, even recruit for job opportunities!

Your professors are not only interested in what you do, but who you are. That’s why they place a strong emphasis on the integration of faith and learning. You’ll be challenged to explore issues in ethics and Christian values and will uncover ways to live out faith-informed thinking through the way you tell a story.

Student Work

Julie Amos: Fight MS

Documentary Piece by Randi Orr and Adam Konger.

Antiqology Commercial

Commercial for Antiqology by Justin White, Derek Zurcher and Jake Cross.


A Promotional Education Piece by Benjamin Crane and James Ehle.

DeBrand Chocolate Commericial

DeBrand Chocolate Commericial created by Benjamin Crane.

Life at HU - Graphic Design

Created by Josh Bellis for the Corporate Media course.

HU Sports Feature

Created by Broadcasters Bray Snyder and Justin Coleman.

The School of the Arts High School Summer Academy

Stay on campus for the week, taking classes and working on projects during the day, with social time and field trips in the evenings.

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Forester Digital Network