From 10 to 4 (am & pm) DUTV highlights the content produced by our students for their various classes within the Westphal College of Media Arts & Design.
Wine Country 4:00
Wine tourism is a growing segment of the travel world. San Francisco’s north bay, including Napa and Sonoma, is the most visited wine region in great because of the short ride from a city that is itself a major destination. These agricultural regions host millions of international visitors and struggle with maintaining their natural environments. The hosts, Ralph and Lahni De Amicis, are local authors and tour guides. They go behind the scenes into a wide variety of workplaces, discovering what talents and skills are necessary to create a great wine and a great tourism destination. The show features beautiful scenery, unique locations and wonderful stories. Taken together it offers interesting lessons about balancing the natural world and modern society.
Color you Life 5:00
Colour In Your Life is an arts television series and website that showcases Australian and International artists in their studios.
The series, shot in HD, is presented by Master Artist Graeme Stevenson and highlights the skills or techniques of an artist in each episode. While being interviewed by Graeme, the artist describes their process in creating an artwork, talking about their idea, technique, products, timeline and attachment to the final piece. Colour In Your Life creates a digital library of artists while fostering creativity around the world.
Painting Journey 6:00
“Painting Journeys” with Artist, Kitty Lynne Klich, is an intimate journey on canvas to various destinations Ms. Klich has traveled. The one hour program features Ms. Klich painting the location, in oils, as she shares her painting process and tells the viewer about her experiences on that journey.
A different destination will be highlighted each show.
Ms. Klich is an Award Winning Artist whose Community Cable Television Show, “Gallery Works” won the 2011 Award of Excellence and Best of Show, in her category, at the Wisconsin Association of PEG Channels Video Festival.
Children’s Corner 7:00
Based on “The Slouch In The Couch” series of children’s learning books and hosted by Sheriff Stephen J., the town of “The Children’s Corner” is located in Slouch County, in the World of the Magical Couch (an old west scenario,) where Black Bart’s bumbling gang attempts to cause problems that always end up in failure and other characters abound such as: the “Alphabet Chef’s,” who bring a quick cooking segment into the Sheriff’s house, as well as the daily word of interest (spelled and defined in simplistic form to enhance one’s vocabulary) and Mr. Dill: the angry green talking pickle. Sheriff Stephen J. also embarks upon educational trips, such as a trip to visit a couple of Asian Elephants, a beach trip to do some clamming, a ride on a working lobster boat and other types of trips such as: a stop at “The State of Maine Cheese Company,” to see how cheese is made and the “Kinney Sugar House” to watch the transformation of Sugar Maple Tree sap turn into maple syrup; see how guitars and soap are made and a look into different types of music including by not limited to, the original music performed by “The Slouch In The Couch Children’s Corner Band.” The list goes on and on.
Fairy Tale Access 8:00
This Award Winning Series is the Place, Where Kid’s Rule & The Head Fairy Unravels Fairy Tales in Real Time, Rather than Once Upon A Time. Every show highlights how someone or a storybook character has found, reached, release and/or given Fairy Tale Access to another. The quest for happily-ever-after requires asking more questions.
Perils for Pedestrians 9:00
“Perils For Pedestrians” is a public affairs television series that looks at problems confronting pedestrians in communities like yours, and solutions to those problems from across the United States and around the world. Each 28-minute episode consists of several interviews with advocates, planners, engineers, and public officials, on a broad range of issues of concern to pedestrians. The program occasionally looks at bicyclists, transit, and broader issues of urban design and public health. Since 1996, the host of the series, John Z Wetmore, has conducted interviews in all 50 states, and 17 foreign countries. The series is evergreen, and past episodes can be shown in any order.