At ATV, we cover various aspects of UCI as well as give a platform for creative Anteaters.
The ATV Arts department strives to showcase the artistic creativity of students at UCI. From art exhibitions, dance, drama, and music, ATV arts provides insight and appreciation into the process of creating such art. We represent Claire Trevor School of the Arts (CTSA) events in a paid contract with Jaime DeJong, and strive to foster an appreciation and need for the arts at UCI.
The AnteaterTV Campus Life department covers events, clubs and student life on the UC Irvine campus. Our videos mainly highlight campus-wide events, but we also collaborate with other departments to produce content about health, sports, politics and the arts. Anything related to student life at UCI is our concern. We keep students at UCI up to date through creative and fun videos that ultimately show what it’s like to be an Anteater.
The Hot Spots Team of Anteater TV travels around Irvine and the greater Orange County area to find the best spots for food and drinks to bring to the attention of all. We work on an interview and food review style looking into their background and inspiration.
ATV News was developed in January 2019 and strives to create a weekly news show that discusses important events happening around campus for the week, including campus life, arts and sporting events. ATV News has expanded to include new segments, anchors, and more, the past academic year.
ZotTalks is a video podcast that reflects the UCI community. Its main purpose is to entertain the student body by engaging in conversation about UCI culture, hot topics, relevant political issues, or whatever the anchors bring up that day. The structure of it is that it is going to be unstructured. Just a conversation between the viewer and some friends.
Zot Sessions is a production department of Anteater TV that uplifts visual and performing arts. For a while, we have mainly focused on the musical talent of folks at UCI and the greater OC community, working on primarily full length music videos. In addition, we intend to expand our coverage of visual and performing arts beyond music videos to musical groups on campus, dance and dance team, visual art and exhibitions, and more.