The award-winning student-run station Trojan Vision celebrated its 15th anniversary Saturday with a reception at the Robert Zemeckis Center for Digital Arts. Alumni gathered at the station’s off-campus headquarters to mingle, take tours of the building and see how the channel has evolved since its beginning in 1997.
When it started 10 years ago, Trojan Vision was short on facilities, personnel and equipment, but long on the dream of what could be. A decade later, the dream has become reality, with the station serving the university, winning national awards and providing hands-on experience that has enabled students to launch their careers.
Trojan Vision has celebrated 10 years on the air. Here’s a look back at what Trojan Vision once was, and what it is today!