Home » Uncategorized

  • Trojan Vision Live Stream

    Trojan Vision Live Stream

  • Mac Kahey on The Morning Brew

    Hosts Kelsey and Keith sit down with Mac Kahey to do a “Hot Take” on some of the most trending controversial pop culture topics. Later they discuss how Mac started his youtube channel, and how Shane Dawson and Grace Helbig were inspirations for him.

  • Mark Jonathan Harris

    Documentary filmmaker and USC professor Mark Jonathan Harris talks with host Sarah Rosenthal about the making of his latest film Breaking Point: The War for Democracy in Ukraine

  • Filmmaker Andrew Thomas Huang

    USC alum Andrew Thomas Huang tells host Judy Nwandu about working with musicians like Bjork in a visual medium.

  • Rusty Citrone

  • Ricki Kline

    Host Alexandra Miles sits down with interior designer Ricki Kline to talk about his process for designing some of the most famous bars in Los Angeles.

  • Guess Who’s Back?

    That’s right! Show Wizard is back out if its cage and ready to fight its rabies one episode at a time! The wind also pays a visit to the show as well as a sultry sommelier to give us the best tips on chosing fine wine we can’t afford.

  • The Twi-Down

    Things are topsy-turvy in this black and white world. Left is right, right is left, pumpkins turn into people, and something is a little off about these hosts.

  • A Simulation

    Cam and Mind Game’s Joseph take on the daunting task of building the Trojan Arcade family in The Sims. Does it work or do they crash and burn horribly? Find out tonight.


    Host Auditions for TrojanVision will be held in the Zemeckis Center Studio B from 10 AM – 5 PM on Thursday 1/11 and Friday 1/12. Please sign in at Studio C.

  • Actor and Singer Tony Krivello

    Tony-award winning actor and singer Tony Krivello sits down with host Hudson Klass to discuss his craft and the shows he has worked on.

  • Pop-artist and director Kii Arens

    Pop-artist and director Kii Arens chats with host Judy Nwandu about the changes of music and art over the last few decades.