Met Report


The Met Report is a weekly television broadcast produced for and by students of Metropolitan State University of Denver. Formed in 2001, our news and entertainment show has steadily evolved into an award-winning program, earning Emmys for Outstanding Student Achievement in Television Broadcasting in 2005, 2007 and 2013.

Catch us live at 12:30 p.m. every Friday during the academic year on Campus Channel 20, Livestream, or Comcast Channel 58 and CenturyLink Prism TV in Denver County throughout the week. Turn to Channel 20 anytime to find a continuous loop of our shows. Our weekly broadcast is part of Met Media, which exists to provide a comprehensive, multimedia learning experience for students of Metropolitan State University of Denver. We are supported through student fees and the generous sponsorship of businesses, organizations and individuals.

Learn more about who we are, what we do and the ways you can join or become a sponsor.

Feminists duke it out in the ‘Moors’

Feminists duke it out in the ‘Moors’

Imagine a world in which the characters of “Jane Eyre,” “Little Women,” “Pride and Prejudice” and “Wuthering Heights” all exist together. “You On the Moors Now” creates that very reality.…

Photos: DACA Walk Out on Auraria Campus

Photos: DACA Walk Out on Auraria Campus

Today an estimated 2,500 students, staff and faculty of MSU Denver, CU Denver and Community College of Denver as well as several local high schools converged at the Auraria Campus to show their support of Dreamer students and the DACA program…

‘Billy Elliot’ provides hope in dark times

‘Billy Elliot’ provides hope in dark times

Set in the small English town of Eastington in 1984, “Billy Elliot: The Musical,” the winner of ten Tony Awards, follows the story of Billy as he finds a love for ballet and must convince his miner father that dance is what he should be doing.…

Review: ‘Thrill Me’ just wants justice

Review: ‘Thrill Me’ just wants justice

There has been a growing trend and love for the roaring 1920s, especially among millennials and others who long for the days of old. The idea of being transported back to a simpler time of flappers and gangsters has such an appeal that some might think that anything associated with the time period must be a hit.…

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