Concordia University. Television

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Concordia University. Television

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  • CUTV

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Description area

Dates of existence

1975 -


Concordia University Television (CUTV) is a closed circuit television station under student management. TV Sir George became CUTV in January 1975, following the creation of Concordia University in August 1974. CUTV enjoyed a good working relationship with the Concordia Audio-Visual Department. The arrangement they had was mutually advantageous. CUTV had special borrowing privileges which represented a substantial saving. The AV Department, on the other hand, looked to CUTV for the skilled people it needed as part-time workers. CUTV was a club member of the Concordia University Student Association (CUSA) and then the Concordia Student Union (CSU) until 2003 when CUTV transferred its ownership to the Concordia Student Broadcasting Corporation, the parent company of CJLO radio.


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Created on 2016-03-15




Maintenance notes

  • Clipboard

  • Export

  • EAC

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