- Prospective Students
- FTVM Major
- Global Media Studies Minor
- Screenwriting Sub-Major
- FTVM Honors Program
- Study Abroad
- Transfer Credit
- Scholarships, Awards & Grants
- Film & Video Student Association
- WOLV TV
- Studio Spotlight
- Student Productions
- Guest Artists and Scholars @ FTVM
- Graduation 2023
- Graduation 2022
- 2021 Graduation Celebration
WOLV TV is student-run television at the University of Michigan. Housed in North Quad and sponsored by the Department of Film, Television, and Media, WOLV TV produces broadcast television-format programming in FTVM’s multi-camera Studio A. Currently enrolled students of all majors are welcome to join. No previous experience is needed, and new members will receive training for equipment and procedures. There are also plenty of opportunities for writing, field production, and editing. From news, to sports, to entertainment, to sketch comedy, and whether you want to be in front of the camera or behind it, there’s something for everyone at WOLV TV! Interested students may find more information at wolvtv.org.
Wolv TV-FTVM 317 Speaker Series 2021
On Monday, February 8, 2021, WOLV TV and FTVM Operations Engineer Eric Weseman Zoomed with WOLV students and FTVM undergrads, kicking off the WOLV TV/FTVM 317 Speaker Series for 2021.
A former videographer and editor of Fox 13 News in Salt Lake City, Utah, Weseman shared footage from his broadcasts, along with tips, tricks, and best practices for shooting and editing.
WOLV TV Special Events 2019-2020
On-Air Workshop with Local 4 WDIV Reporter, Kim DeGiulio
Kim DeGiulio debuted on WDIV, Channel 4, as a traffic reporter in 2015. Before assuming her current role at WDIV, DeGiulio worked as an On-Air Host for the Detroit Pistons/Palace Sports & Entertainment, a Talent/Event Host at Radio Disney, and a reporter at NBC 24 in Toledo, Ohio. DeGiulio is a native of Dearborn, Michigan, and a 2012 alumna of Arizona State University where she studied broadcast journalism at the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Detroit Pistons Broadcast Studio Tour and Game
Twenty-eight students from WOLV attended a broadcast studio tour of the Pistons Performance Center, conducted by Scott Timmerman, a U-M grad, and then attended the Pistons basketball game vs the Milwaukee Bucks.
“Being able to spend time with my WOLV-TV family outside our studio was such a great time! It was a fun learning experience getting a behind-the-scenes look at the Pistons’ broadcasting facilities and then attending the game and hanging out in Detroit with my friends after.”
Katherine Raguckas, Executive Producer of Newsfeed
A Look at the Studio Behind the Scenes