Tiger TV

Tiger TV broadcasts live news, sports and entertainment programs four days a week via live stream, and rebroadcasts three days a week on WBTR, or local cable channel 19.  

For nearly 30 years, Tiger TV has been equipping students with real-world experience to prepare them for life after graduation. About 60 students each semester work in front of and behind the camera as reporters, anchors, videographers, producers and managers. The daily newscast, “Newsbeat,” is broadcast from LSU’s $1 million state-of-the-art studio. For “Tiger TV Tailgate,” students broadcast a live show in front of Tiger Stadium before every home football game.  

Tiger TV reporters break news, host political debates and interview sources from Coach Ed Orgeron to Gov. John Bel Edwards. Our alumni work at news stations across the nation. One former station manager is now the director of communications at CBS Evening News.

Watch: Tayor Curet's 2016 SPJ National Mark of Excellence Award for Television Sports Reporting for his piece on LSU football player Kendell Beckwith, "Beckwith with his Horses."


2016 Society of Professional Journalists' National Mark of Excellence Awards

Winner, Television Sports Reporting
Taylor Curet

Finalist, Television Sports Photography
Taylor Curet

Finalist, Television News Feature Photography
Raina LaCaze


2016 LA-MS Associated Press Broadcaster’s Awards

Best in Show 2016
Taylor Curet

First Place
Best College Newscast

Austin Hart

First Place
Best Sport Story

Taylor Curet

Second Place
Best College Feature Story

Brooke Hotard

Third Place
Best College Sports Story

Hunter Lovell