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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!
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In 2012 MADTV (Music and Drama TV)
rebranded to StagTV!
thousands of subscribers
At over 2300 subscribers, StagTV
has one of the highest amount of subscribers for student TV in the UK.
In 2019, StagTV won the NaSTA award for Best Writing and Best Drama
In 2016, StagTV won the NaSTA award for Best Technical.
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.
The people who work hard to keep StagTV running at it's very best.
Jokes aside, this incredible group of people have made me discover a new hobby to love and pursue, and I want to make sure that this year you get the same amazing experiences I did when you join our crazy family!
I will try my best to help everyone get involved in the society, I’m looking forward to seeing you :)
Fun fact – I love to bake
I love StagTV because I can do anything from painting someone’s face orange to singing a Christmas song and it’s called ‘Art’.
In my spare time I like to juggle, solve a rubix cube, sing in the shower and look like a hedgehog (as you can see)!
Fun fact: I love oranges.
The best part of Stag TV for me has been the friendly, wholesome people that welcome everyone into the society and encourage them to create anything that they want and have fun doing so, or to just simply socialise after a day of lectures with like-minded folks.