Media Resources

Media Resources Center

The Media Resources Center (MRC) serves the instructional, research and service missions of the university for media, video and design. The MRC operates the university’s streaming television station, WSUTV (https://wichitastate.tv), provides cable TV service to campus, and programs two other channels on the campus network: Channel 95, MTV; and Channel 97: WSUTV Digital Signage.  

The MRC provides high quality video production services with a team of videographers, editors, designers, and with an on-site professional television production studio.

The MRC designs, installs, supports and maintains audio-visual equipment in classrooms and meeting spaces across campus, and provides training and access keys to instructional staff.

The MRC provides instructional design, educational technology, and accessibility support for all university classes and instructional staff, especially online and hybrid classes taking advantage of the university’s licensed learning management system, Blackboard.

The MRC also provides web development and training services for the campus community, with a focus on providing training, development and support to campus departments and offices building web content in the university's content management system.

Facilities and resources at the MRC include a flexible learning space classroom, a multimedia lab, and recording/web conferencing spaces. A wide array of media equipment is available for use by students and faculty. This includes video recording systems and projection equipment.

WSUTV

Wichita State University operates WSUTV, which is available streaming online (https://wichitastate.tv). Programming includes a variety of content produced by the MRC Video services team, live coverage of convocation and commencement, and some athletics events.

KMUW

KMUW 89.1 is a listener-supported public radio station named Radio Station of the Year by the Kansas Association of Broadcasters, which includes commercial and noncommercial stations. KMUW is licensed to Wichita State University and operates at 100,000 watts with a schedule of local, national and international news, and a unique blend of music and entertainment. In addition to its traditional broadcast service, KMUW maintains a full-service website with local news, online streaming of its signal and archive access to its local music programs. KMUW supports local arts and culture in the community through partnerships, promotion and sponsorships. KMUW also produces seven music programs: Crossroads, Global Village, New Settlers, Straight No Chaser, Strange Currency, Night Train and Soulsations. KMUW is affiliated with NPR, PRI, AP and PRX national networks.