Stephen F. Austin State University

Radio-Television (pre fall 2012)

The radio-television program is designed to prepare students for a professional career in electronic communication. Courses provide a balance between creative work and theory. Classroom assignments emphasize hands-on experience through participation in both audio and video laboratories. The radio-television labs are equipped with computer, studio and field production technology, including facilities for digital and non-linear editing. Coursework is enhanced by experience gained at SFA-TV 2 and KSAU-90.1 FM. These two stations produce programming that is distributed to the public by cable and over-the-air channels.

Fast Facts

•Comprehensive internship program in media-related jobs for academic credit
•3,500-watt KSAU-FM, which broadcasts 16 hours a day, seven days a week from the Boynton Building on campus
•The TV studio provides numerous "hands-on" opportunities for producing, Directing, technical crew work, news, sports and entertainment work. Students have won numerous production awards for their work.

KSAU-90.1 FM Radio Station

KSAU Radio StationKSAU broadcasts on 90.1 FM in Nacogdoches Texas. The student produced radio station offers a wide variety of music and talk shows. The station is active in the community and can be seen promoting Empty Stocking Fund, Texas Blueberry Festival, Scare on the Square and others.

SFA TV 2 Television Station

SFA TV-2SFA-TV 2 is seen by subscribers of the Nacogdoches Cable System (Suddenlink). Student produced programming joins programs received via satellite and includes a newscast, a magazine show and numerous other creative student productions. Other programming comes from NASA, Classic Arts and Texas Parks and Wildlife.

Student Resources

Equipment Request Form (For broadcasting courses)