About US

We’re StagTV, the University of Surrey’s student run television station.

StagTV is at heart a video and film making society, anyone is welcome regardless of how much experience they have. We provide all the training you need and plenty of chances to get involved including our regular series, interesting commercial projects all the way through to large scale live streams with thousands of viewers!

Our members have access to all our equipment, computers and knowledge, which makes us the perfect society for people who want to make creative projects. Any member is able to start a project and get all the help they need to bring their idea to life!

  • Come and Join in!

    Sign up to our mailing list for information about our Freshers' Week events and how you can get involved.

  • Madtv

    In 2012 MADTV (Music and Drama TV)
    rebranded to StagTV!

  • Most subscribers

    At over 1800 subscribers, StagTV
    has more subscibers than any other
    student TV station in the UK.

  • Best technical

    In 2015 and 2014, StagTV won the NaSTA
    award for Best Technical.

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Our Teams

You can get involved in StagTV in many ways, and we have Facebook groups for some of the main areas.
Click the links bellow to have a look and find out more about each one! You can get involved in as many as you like.
Production

Presenting & Acting

Live & Technical

General

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The Committee

The people who work hard to keep StagTV running at it's very best.
Max Marroni
Max Marroni
Station Manager
I joined StagTV last year in Freshers’ Week with no video experience and quickly got stuck in with presenting. This year as Station Manager I want to focus on improving the quality of our videos to appeal to a wider student audience, as well as recruiting and retaining a more diverse range of members. So whatever your course or background, StagTV needs you!
Zak Dawson
Zak Dawson
Station Secretary
Nickname:
The Dort

Hair Colour:
Ginger or Strawberry Blonde. You Decide.

I joined StagTV at the start of my first year of university, as it seemed interesting and I had never really done any filming before. I got really into it and really enjoyed being a part of it, and creating content.

I want to create more creative content for StagTV and ensure that our member’s enjoy their StagTV experience, and have fun while making content.
Max Murray
Max Murray
Head of Marketing
Hi, I’m Max and I’m the treasurer of StagTV. I’m in charge of keeping track of the financials of the society and asking the Students Union for goodies, so no pressure right? Anyways, I decided to try StagTV and since have wanted to immerse myself in the society as much as possible. It presents skills that I believe are easy to learn and difficult to master and so makes for a great time investment no matter who you are or what your skill-level. My goal is to ensure StagTV remains accessible to everyone and that we have as much fun as possible doing it. Look forward to seeing you out there!
Ana-Maria
Ana-Maria
Head of Social Media
With a passion for art and editing I decided to give StagTV a go at the beginning of first year. I quickly got involved with most projects and with the help of the members I made my some of ideas a reality. So, realising I enjoy StagTV a lot, I decided to join the committee as the head of social media. My goal is to promote and hopefully bring as many people into StagTV through different platforms, because it is a great place to be creative, learn and have a lot of fun in the process.
Zak Jaques
Zak Jaques
Head of Content & Production
I’m a film and video production technology student who is passionate about filmmaking. I have a range of experience from short films to music videos and can’t wait to implement my ideas into stag tv.
Sam Chilton
Sam Chilton
Technical Manager
I joined StagTV a couple of week into my first year, with limited video experience, only a few years of amature radio and many years of acting, in my second year I got so wrapped up in StagTV I became president.

Now i’m hoping to put on more workshops and training than any previous year, utilizing ties with other societies. I put members first and aim to give everyone the opportunity to learn new skills.
Oliver Higgs
Oliver Higgs
Social Secretary
Coming back for his second year as Social secretary off the back of a successful stint as Deja Vubix series producer, this boy’s got some surprises in store.
Prepare yourselves and your livers for Social Sec 2: Return To Seshlehem.

Get in touch

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