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New Programming for UWTV

This fall’s TV season got a whole lot smarter with the debut of new programming from UWTV, the University of Washington’s TV network.

The season’s new shows include Media Space, a monthly series hosted by Hanson Hosein, director of the Master of Communication in Digital Media, that focuses on technology, community and other pressing issues of the digital age; UW 360, a news magazine that profiles the UW’s people and programs, such as Chris Curtis, ’73, who created Seattle’s farmers market movement; and Fostering Leadership, a series that explores topics of innovation and strategic thinking, from the Foster School of Business. The new season also features series including Roadtrip Nation; The Daily’s Double Shot, a look at UW news from student staff at The Daily; and Husky Classics, which relives some of the most exciting moments in Husky history.

UWTV is available across Washington on Comcast Channel 27, and at
—Paul Clarke

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