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WMTV (or William & Mary Television) is the student-run television station at The College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, United States. It plays syndicated television shows, movies and original student-created productions.It was founded in 2001 by Ross Johnston as a spin-off of the College's Student Information Network. Everyday Gourmet, the flagship production of the station, was featured in USA Today in 2009.

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  • WMTV (or William & Mary Television) is the student-run television station at The College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, United States. It plays syndicated television shows, movies and original student-created productions.It was founded in 2001 by Ross Johnston as a spin-off of the College's Student Information Network. Everyday Gourmet, the flagship production of the station, was featured in USA Today in 2009.
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  • WMTV (or William & Mary Television) is the student-run television station at The College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, United States. It plays syndicated television shows, movies and original student-created productions.It was founded in 2001 by Ross Johnston as a spin-off of the College's Student Information Network. The station can be seen on campus cable channel 53. Current WMTV shows include the sketch comedy show Saturday Night Tribe, cooking show Everyday Gourmet, news programs Tribe Update and Flat Hat Insider, fashion segment Trendspotters, scripted shows Ghostburg and I Punch Gravity, Tribe sports highlight program Tribal Fever Sports Minute, and movie review segment Tribe Choices at the Movies. Everyday Gourmet, the flagship production of the station, was featured in USA Today in 2009.
  • WMTV (or William & Mary Television) is the student-run television station at The College of William & Mary in Williamsburg, Virginia, United States. It plays syndicated television shows, movies and original student-created productions.It was founded in 2001 by Ross Johnston as a spin-off of the College's Student Information Network. The station can be seen on campus cable channel and on its YouTube channel. 53. Current WMTV shows include the late night female comedy show The C Word, sketch comedy show Saturday Night Tribe, cooking show Everyday Gourmet, news programs Tribe Update and Flat Hat Insider, fashion segment Trendspotters, scripted shows The Unofficial Board of Visitors, Ghostburg, and I Punch Gravity, Tribe sports highlight program Tribal Fever Sports Minute, and movie review segment Tribe Choices at the Movies. Everyday Gourmet, the flagship production of the station, was featured in USA Today in 2009. In 2019, the station produced its first ever zine, called Ramble On, which is a digital comedy-oriented arts & culture magazine. Sections include film, television, opinion, food, literature, news, music, and art. The zine has since published once a month, including during the time of COVID-19. The station also occasionally collaborates with other clubs for one-off videos or series, working with groups like the William & Mary Theater Department, Trippin' on Brix, and Gentlemen of the College.
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