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Orange Television Network

The Orange Television Network (also, Orange TV) is the cable television station of Syracuse University. [1] The Orange Television Network, or OTN, is the nation's first college campus cable TV station that airs high definition programming. [2] OTN was founded in 2004.[3] It is available in Syracuse University buildings on channel 2 and in HD on channel 2.1, and online.

In addition to original programming, OTN airs content from CitrusTV, the student-run TV studio at Syracuse University.[4] It began airing content from the student organization in 2005 when its heritage organization HillTV was in place.

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  1. ^ http://www.dailyorange.com/2.8657/orange-tv-expands-programs-1.1245574
  2. ^ "SU Campus Cable TV Station". Orange Television Network. Retrieved 2013-08-05. 
  3. ^ http://www.dailyorange.com/2.8657/orange-tv-broadcasts-over-campus-channels-1.1246159
  4. ^ "About Us". CitrusTV. Retrieved 2013-08-05. 

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