call_letters = WOLV
station_slogan = WOLV Student Television
station_branding = WOLV
analog = U of M cable 55
digital =
affiliations = independent
founded = 1994
location = Ann Arbor, Michigan
owner = The University of Michigan
homepage = [http://www.wolv.org wolv.org]

WOLV-TV is the student television station of The University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. It is currently a Sponsored Student Group, and operates on the ninth floor of South Quad (also called Squad) at 600 E Madison.

WOLV is seen on campus on cable channel 55. During the fall and winter semesters, Michigan Channel airs an hour-long block of WOLV programming, nightly from 12 -1AM.


WOLV-TV started during the 1994-1995 academic year, when a couple of students were shocked to learn that the university did not have a student television station. Led by Danny Schwab (President), Scott Doyne (Vice-President), and Jeff Holzhausen (Sports Director), WOLV's main aim was to get the project off the ground. Because WOLV-TV did not have a studio, the main focus of production was airing Michigan Ice Hockey games. In its first year of existence, WOLV-TV earned the outstanding new organization award.

Since the first year, WOLV-TV has made many advances, including a fully-operational studio, industry-quality equipment, and the continuation of production of Michigan Ice Hockey games, along with expansion to other sports, such as women's basketball.


The leaders of WOLV-TV are known as the executive board (EBoard). Though the WOLV-TV Constitution allows for some changes to the makeup of the EBoard, the current positions are:
*General Manager - Kaitlin Urka
*Programming Director - Alex Prasad
*Entertainment Director - Billy Holbert
*News Director - Molly Storey
*Sports Director - Daniel Sass


The programs that air on WOLV-TV are divided into three main categories: Entertainment, News, and Sports.


"The Entertainment Buzz"

Program featuring Hollywood news,celebrity interviews, movie reviews and more; plus recaps of all the popular television shows, full coverage of awards shows, and celebrity gossip.

*Kaitlin Urka

"Michigan In Motion"

Jake Serwer scours the campus and takes a sometimes irreverent look at the unusual, humorous, interesting and often bizarre people and stories that make up the variety of life at UofM. With personal interviews and features, both inside the studio and on location, you'll need to watch Michigan in Motion to keep up with the people and events that keep our Michigan world on the move.

This season Jake will be joined by the lovely and talented Jenny Long, bringing you the latest on the Ann Arbor music scene, and by the highly annoying Matthew Roman (a/k/a "Li'l-Matty R”), as a field correspondent bringing on location interviews and reports. You also will not want to miss Kyle Sullivan, who brings his strange brand of oddness to the studio as Michigan in Motion’s musical director. Michigan In Motion won "best new show" for the 2006-07 season at the second annual "wolvie awards"

*Jake Serwer, Maisie Baubie



Ann Arbor's only local news broadcast, "NewsFeed" is Ann Arbor's source for up-to-the-minute, clear and concise local and national news to Ann Arbor residents and University of Michigan students through a variety of sources.

*Shannon Kanter
*Leslie Dickenson
*Larissa White
*Kelly Smock

"Inside Michigan"

In-depth investigative journalism, going behind the scenes at Michigan and uncovers exclusive information affecting students everyday. Previous investigations have included an exclusive peek at Michigan Law and Medical school admissions, how Greek Rush works, and behind the leaders of student governments on campus.


Aside from live coverage of Michigan Varsity sports (headlined by hockey games), WOLV-TV provides original sports programming, such as:

"WOLV SportsNite"

This weekly wrap-up show focuses solely on Michigan sports.

*Sam Rosin
*Matt Boyer

"You Say Maize, I Say Blue"

The program on all things sports, with giveaways, interviews with sporting personalities from across the campus and special segments like 'Who You', 'You've Got Mail' and 'Game of the Week'. Video game company EA Sports is the sponsor of this program.

*Chris Cichon
*Danny Sass


The only Michigan hockey wrap-up show on television, with highlights, analysis, player interviews, etc.

*Peter Saul
*Alex Prasad

"Wolverine Alley Oop"

Highlights and analysis on the latest UM Men's and Women's basketball games, plus NBA and NCAA predictions and insight from analysts.

*Matt Dubin
*Sean Ratchford

"Varsity Blue"

An irreverent look at all the latest college football news and highlights, produced by Michigan student fans, for Michigan student fans.

*Alex Prasad
*Tom Topping

Former WOLV Shows

The following programs are not part of WOLV's schedule, but has aired on WOLV in the past.

"Michigan Amp"

WOLV-TV's music show, featuring interviews and live performances with bands and performers from the UM community, Ann Arbor, and nationwide.

*Tom Shea

"The Big Shtick"

A fast-paced and graphics-heavy talk show that touched on more than 20 topics per week. The program premiered in the wake of the September 11th attacks, but hit topics including sports, news, entertainment, and gossip.

*Matt Engelberg
*Dani Steinberger

*Matt Litke
*Jon Siegfried

External links

* [http://www.wolv.org The official site of WOLV]

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