Student Organizations

MTTV Channel 10 is MTSU's campus television station. It is a student-operated station that provides original student programming and a local newscast. Students are able to produce, write, direct, edit or be talent of one of several student programs. The station is located in a fully equipped studio with three cameras, video switcher, audio board, and digital video effects.

WMTS-FM (88.3 on your radio dial) is MTSU's studnet-run radio station. The station gives real radio experience and insight into what's hip in music today. WMTS's signal allows programming to be heard all over Murfreesboro.

The International Television Association is an international organization dedicated to video production. The MTSU ITVA Student Chapter holds monthly meetings bringing in speakers or holding workshops about production and job opportunities in the broadcast and non-broadcast industry. The students are encouraged to work on special projects with professional ITVA members, increasing the opportunities for networking. The MTSU Chapter was named National Student Chapter of the Year in 1995 and 1997.

Radio Television News Director Association (RTNDA) - The purpose of this organization is to foster cooperation between students of electronic journalism, to afford members special learning opportunities both in and out of the classroom, and to instill high ideals. Recruitment is ongoing. Dues are collected each semester.
Celebrating excellence in Tennessee high schools media arts, the 2015 BLUE SPARK AWARDS presentation was conducted on April 25, 2015. To see the winners, visit
This annual competition allows Tennessee high school students to showcase their creative and technical skills in producing short films, music videos, animation, photography, newscasts, and new media.
Instructions for entering the 2016 BLUE SPARK AWARDS will be announced later this year.

For complete information about the BLUE SPARK AWARDS, go to