GTCN has seen tremendous talent from their student staff throughout the years. Offering up new ideas and fresh perspective, the students have created unique and memorable shows that entertain their fellow classmates and academic professionals alike. As time passes, the talent these individuals bring remains unyielding.
While navigating this section you'll be able to enjoy a selection of clips from our current shows (On the Air), view photos of our staff in their creative process (Behind the Scenes), and take a trip down memory lane with videos of our classic shows, such as "Dr. Staff" (Video Vault).
On the Air
Behind the Scenes
Our students work on a variety of productions all through each semester. We've captured some shots of them hard at work and some lighter moments between shoots. These photos certainly confirm how much we enjoy what we do!
Behind the Scenes Gallery
Campus Myths sought to discover, highlight and inform the student body about many of the rich traditions and stories around the Georgia Tech campus.
In Catch the Buzz host Katie Rousseau shared with her viewers the latest stories on what happened on campus in a clever and fun way.
Animated series created to make light of situations around Tech's campus through students' eyes. GTCN's Scott Sergent provided the vocal talent for Dr. Staff.
Featuring music videos and interviews with artists the show delved into the history of R&B and Hip Hop music. This 2005 episode features Ludacris.
The show follows a housing team through an incredible run to become the 2010 champions of Tech's most popular intramural sport.
Kings of the court showcased the North Avenue South basketball team and their quest for victory during their 2011 season.
A collection of student produced video essays on various topics. On this 2012 episode Tech alumna Sindhuya Ravi interviews First Lady Val Peterson.
Phat videos featured Top 40 music videos with Georgia Tech and Atlanta events and interviews as well as features about campus life. This episode aired in 2002.
The show features Tech's 2012 Equestrian team which made a positive impact on campus and in the city of Atlanta by partnering with the Atlanta Mounted Patrol.
A short film series about three students encountering bizarre situations at Tech. Main characters were played by Al Whitehouse, Robby Walia and GTCN's Joe Lepore.
The Buzz was a news style show designed to inform students about the campus news as well as international, national and local events.
Presented through the eyes of our students, the show that ran from 2015 to 2016, showcased the services and opportunities that Tech's CRC offers.
Cooking show hosted by GTCN's Matt Smith and GT Dining's chef Eric Reed. In some episodes student movies aired while they created tasty themed dishes.
Tutor-vision was a live, call-in tutoring show on GTCN20. Student tutors were available for assistance with Calculus, Chemistry, and Physics.
What the tech was a series focusing on Tech traditions and what those traditions mean to the Tech community which includes students and Alumni.