Studio One to produce 500th show!

Attention alumni: We will produce Studio One's 500th show on October 9, 2014. Please join us for the celebration!

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Students learn about producing a live television show. Read more

25 years at UND

Learn what helped shaped UND's award-winning program. Read more

Faith & Media

Studio One alumna talks about working for a faith based marketing and PR firm. Read more

I really appreciate the staff and other interns here, the environment is very positive and that makes a world of a difference. Everybody here is so uplifting and motivating and that, to me, really completes this experience.

- Tasha Olson, Studio One video journalist

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Benefits of changing to a contract-free cellphone

Alex Stadnik Reporting

People pay a lot of money to stay connected through their cell phones. Just like the smartphones themselves, mobile phone plans are evolving.


International art impacts students

Marisa Sorensen reporting

The best way to teach is often when the student doesn’t realize that they are learning. One school is using a creative way to promote learning


Comedy comes naturally for former teacher

Jen Allison reporting

Some people have the talent to make others laugh. We found a man who relies on that skill for a pay check.


Interview with full-time college student, part-time philanthropist Devin Coyle

Averi Haugesag anchoring

Full time college student and athlete Devin Coyle talks about the efforts he and two other men are making to help raise half a million dollars.


National Weather Service data makes the difference

Scott Wolff reporting

Weather forecasts help us plan for sunny days with blue skies or stormy days with rain and clouds. Most forecasts are based off information from the National Weather Service. A lot of data goes into an accurate prediction.


E-news stories

Every year, journalists from across the Midwest gather for two days of training sessions, awards ceremonies, and networking in Bloomington, Minnesota. This year, Studio One had 10 interns attend the Midwest Journalism Conference.

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Watch full show

Catch up on the latest news with Averi Haugesag, Katy Wilson and Timm Uhlmann. This week features the future of cellular plans, an update on the National Weather Service, and a high school teacher who quit his job to become a comedian.


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