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Trojan Vision (often abbreviated as TV8) is a student television station at the University of Southern California through the School of Cinematic Arts. Established in 1997 by the Annenberg School for Communication, Trojan Vision now broadcasts 24/7 from the Robert Zemeckis Center for Digital Arts to the University Park Campus on Channel 8.1 and online through their website.〔(Trojan Vision Official Website )〕 Programming is made available to the greater Los Angeles community on local channel LA36. Trojan Vision also operates the Student Film Channel, Channel 8.3, showcasing the work of students of the USC School of Cinematic Arts.
As of Fall 2006, students can use their volunteer work at Trojan Vision to earn credit through the USC School of Cinematic Arts in a course called CTPR-409 Practicum in Television Production.
During the 2012-2013 school year, Trojan Vision celebrated its 15th year on the air with special programming and an official anniversary party.
Trojan Vision has featured a wide variety of shows since its launch in 1997.
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