Met TV

Met TV

Met TV is the award-winning, student-run television station at MSU Denver. Our students work in all fields of TV and video production, including news, entertainment, weather, sports, talk/variety, editing and animation.

Originally named the Met Report in 2001, our program has grown to include a staff of 100 people, hundreds of alumni, and nine different programs in English and Spanish.

Met TV has won several awards, including five Student Achievement awards at the Heartland Chapter Emmys.

Below, you can access all of our current programs or learn more about how you can support Met TV.

 

The Met Report

El Templo Futbolero 2/14/2018


¡Aqui la primera edición del año! Tenemos el resumen completo de ambos equipos de Colorado compitiendo en la M2arenasoccer el Colorado Blizzard y el Colorado Inferno F.C.. ¡También información
Top 5 posts from 2017
Over the course of 2017 The Nightly Met has covered hundreds of stories across the state of Colorado in the areas of theater, art and culture. Below are the five stories that have got the most views

 

 

Noticiero TVMET

Bomberos lanzan calendario


Estos servidores públicos nunca se cansan de salvar vidas, incluso las de nuestros amigos de cuatro patas. Ahora ademas salvan cachorros de una forma muy creativa El lanzamiento de Fire
El Templo Fútbolero - 20 de septimebre, 2017


🎥 | ¡Otra semana de fútbol local y otra semana de El Templo Fútbolero!

-Futbol Mexicano y MLS
-Resumen de la United Premier Soccer League-Colorado entre Logrones
Noitciero TVMet Live

The Nightly Met

Theater Corner-Review: ‘Fun Home’ gets a fun introduction to Colorado
When Alison Bechdel’s groundbreaking graphic novel “Fun Home” became a musical it proved that not only could a show with a lesbian in a leading role
Ask a Star: Heather McClain and Scott Hurst


Heather McClain and Scott Hurst, the stars of "Kiss Me Kate" at Candlelight Dinner Playhouse, sat down for a session of Ask the Star. We found out some fun and interesting
Theater Corner-Review: 'The Electric Baby' gives you a child to root for
From the moment the audience walks through the door of the theater and sees the stage, they are immediately thrust into another world. They are
'Annie' provides hope at BDT Stage


 

When one looks at the world around them they can’t help but be discouraged at times. Whether it be the war on terror, rising debt or any number of concerns that fill the
You Won't Own Her... 5 Things We Learned from Dorothy Marcic


If there was ever a person that could be described with a song title it what would have to be Dorothy Marcic paired with the song “You Don’t Own Me.”

Marcic
‘Opium’ has officially hit the Auraria Campus
While walking on the Auraria Campus one might hear students and even some staff members discuss their excitement and anticipation for “Opium.” No, they will not be partaking
Review: Even the animals get laughs in ‘Sense and Sensibility’
Jane Austen has been deemed one of the greatest English writers in history. Her stories of 18th century British elite have found popularity by playing on
Review: Curious Leaves Audiences Wanting More
The scene of tanks and soldiers marching down the streets while buildings are on fire is not an image that most would picture in America. Those sights are what Detroit looked

Student Corner

Senior Interviews
Andrea D. Herrera and Alina Perry got the chance to sit down with the graduating seniors to talk about their time with Met Media.
Constant Construction on Campus
Construction is a constant part of any campus experience. We sat down with Mike Turman from Auraria Higher Education Center to talk about on-going projects on campus.
An Auraria Library Update
The Auraria Library has been under construction for several years. We sat down with library staff to talk about what has been done, what is left, and what new features are available.
Student Corner 2/28/2017
On our parking centered episode we sat down with AHEC parking director Brent Spahn to discuss the parking issue on campus and some solutions around them. We also chatted with Michelle Brier from
Upslope Snowstorms
Upslope snowstorms are a frequent occurrence in Colorado during the spring months.  Student Meteorologist Josh Cozart has all the details on this dynamic system.

 

MSU Denver Laughs

MSU Denver athletics review

Athletics department announces partnership with Nike
The MSU Denver athletics department has announced a partnership with Nike and Eastbay, making the two companies the exclusive jersey
Laughs: Season 3 Episode 1
Our hit improv comedy show is back up and running. Check out all the comedy and frankly just weird stuff when you make college kids do improv.

 



 
MSU Denver Laughs 3/7/2017
Check out our latest episode with guest host Eric Harness and bringing back last season favorite Melanie Townsend.
MSU Denver Laughs 3/1/2017
Our next great episode includes even more comedy and hits than ever before.

El Templo Futbolero

El Templo Futbolero 2/14/2018


¡Aqui la primera edición del año! Tenemos el resumen completo de ambos equipos de Colorado compitiendo en la M2arenasoccer el Colorado Blizzard y el Colorado Inferno F.C.. ¡También información
El Templo Fútbolero - 20 de septimebre, 2017


🎥 | ¡Otra semana de fútbol local y otra semana de El Templo Fútbolero!

-Futbol Mexicano y MLS
-Resumen de la United Premier Soccer League-Colorado entre Logrones
Full Show 4/19/2017

Daytime Duo

Meet The Cast: Hannah Katz of '13 The Musical'


Meet Hannah Katz of '13 The Musical.' She plays Lucy in this story about finding ones teenage self.

Together, with a little help from some of the Denver theatre community’s
An Acca Awesome New Trailer for Pitch Perfect


The Bellas are back in Pitch Perfect 3. The first trailer for the final chapter in this a cappella series was released on Saturday and has since  been viewed 3,000,000
Brett Randell Musical Performance
Check out this awesome performance by Brett Randell.
Brett Randell
Musician and yogi Brett Randell has played more than 100 Yoga/Music gigs across the US, Italy, Ireland, Spain, France, Morocco and more. His songs have provided soulful sounds for all types of teachers and
David Atkinson
A lawyer by day and an author by night.
Carl Glenn Payne an Expert Photographer
Carl Glenn Payne is a photographer with Metrosphere magazine, where he's covered everything from Burning Man to Standing Rock and the Women's March on Denver. Prior to his work
An Irish Update
With Saint Patricks day being so close we thought why not have Adam Goldstein and Avourneen come on.