- Bobcat Breakdown: 03/29/17
- SPB Weekly Update: 3/27/17
- Quinnipiac men’s basketball hires new coach Baker Dunleavy; top three scorers, Dixon, Kiss and Daniels, ask to leave program
- Quinnipiac’s cinderella season ends at the hands of No. 1 seed South Carolina, 100-58
- Dave Clarke’s program inspired by the women’s basketball team’s run to the Sweet Sixteen
- Geno Auriemma shows support for Quinnipiac at his Sweet Sixteen practice
- Sweet Sixteen Preview: No. 1 seed South Carolina
- Bobcat Breakdown: 03/21/17
- Pep rally and final practice extra sweet for women’s basketball
- Sports Paws: 03/21/17
About Q30 Television
Q30 Television is the official student-run closed-circuit television station of Quinnipiac University in Hamden, Conn. Q30 aims to bring clear, concise and correct content to those affiliated with the university and the local Hamden/New Haven area in an efficient and timely manner.
Our station currently features six episodes of programming:
The Morning After: A fun morning show that takes a look at both the local and international entertainment scene and discusses current events.
Executive producers: Kelly Ledwith and Michael Delgado
#That: An interactive social media-based entertainment program that identifies what’s hot and trending and features the opinions of some strong individuals.
Executive producers: Kayla Hevey and Alex Taglieri
Q30 Newscast: The staple hard news program of Q30 Television. The news team gives a look at current events on the local, national and global scale.
Executive producers: Sarah Schreiner and Joel Vanner
QBSN presents Bobcat Breakdown: A conversational roundtable presented by the Quinnipiac Bobcats Sports Network. This program discusses all the happenings in Quinnipiac Bobcats sports action and features interviews with athletes and personalities.
Executive producers: Josh Silverman and Tom Cunningham
Sports Paws: Winner of the 2013 Pinnacle Award for “Best TV Sportscast,” this show is Q30’s sports highlight program. The show takes a look at the week that was in Quinnipiac athletics, and boasts feature pieces and analyst segments to accompany.
Executive producers: Paul Caracciolo and Mike Bonavita
Quinnipiac Tonight: Shot in front of a live audience every other night, the show has a typical late night style with short comedic segments and special guests. Get ready for laughs with improv segments, live music, sketches and more.
Executive producers: Rachel Wilson and Amy Hooker
Executive Board: General Manager – Andrew Badillo, Vice President – Morey Hershgordon, Programming & Production Manager – Kyle Levasseur, Business Manager – Matt Corso, Marketing Manager – Brenna Oricoli, Head Engineer – Stephen Mendez, Secretary – Hannah Cotter
Board of Directors: Entertainment Director – Krislen Freed, News Director – Anna Sackel, Sports Director – Sierra Goodwill, Web Director – Ayah Galal
Those interested in joining Q30 Television must be a student at Quinnipiac University and enrolled in either the undergraduate or graduate program. Regardless of the major, all are welcome!
To request further information regarding Q30 Television or to voice a comment or concern, please email Q30Television@gmail.com.