Troy TrojanVision

About TROY TrojanVision

TROY TrojanVision is Troy University’s television station and state of the art digital video production center, providing news and other programs for and about TROY 24/7/365 to cable viewers across south Alabama and west Georgia, and worldwide via webcasting, on demand and social media platforms.

For more than 40 years, TROY TrojanVision has provided hands-on learning for generations of TROY broadcast journalism students who produce live, award-winning newscasts three times a day, five days a week.  TrojanVision graduates have enjoyed success in television stations and news networks not only in the Southeast, but also throughout the United States and internationally.  Many of our students have jobs or job offers before they graduate based on their work at TrojanVision.

TROY TrojanVision students and staff produce a variety of other programs covering TROY sports, arts, notable lectures and other campus events.

In the rapidly changing media landscape of the 21st Century, TROY TrojanVision leaders are dedicated to keeping the capabilities of our facilities and the learning experiences we offer up to date and relevant to the news and visual media industry of today and tomorrow.

To that end, we constantly invest in the latest technology and refine our techniques to meet the challenges of our evolving industry and provide a contemporary experience for students. We were among the first to embrace nonlinear editing, networked file based workflows, tapeless solid state and digital disc recording, server-based content management and playout, and high definition cameras in studio and in the field.  Our two Troy campus studios are equipped with full high definition capability, programmable LED lighting and our Earl Hutto Studio has recently been remodeled to reflect the best in utility and a modern on-air appearance. An additional studio on the Montgomery Campus is home to newsgathering and reporting from Alabama’s capital city.