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Seton Hall’s Pirate TV is a student-run club that helps students of all disciplines learn and experience what a live television broadcast is like.
Come be a part of the crew to learn how to use our professional equipment, direct/produce a show, as well as showcase yourself as the on-camera talent on Pirate News (Mondays-Wednesdays) or Hall Talk (Thursdays).
No experience is needed to join Pirate TV as we have student producers that are at each taping to help teach all who are willing to learn.
Shows are held in the College of Communication and the Arts’ TV Studio located in the basement of Fahy Hall in room B35. Help us expand our crew as we are a club for the students and run by the students!
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