Deakin TV Studio
The popular Marngrook Footy Show was broadcast live via satellite feed to Darwin, Alice Springs, the Tiwi Islands and other areas throughout Australia including all capital cities via Fox and Foxtel was broadcast from Deakin’s TV Studio during 2009 and 2010.
The Mutant Way
'The Mutant Way' combined an array of wit, charm and pure tom-foolery. Hosted by Rob Lloyd and featuring some of Melbourne's finest improvisational comedians, the show consisted of two panels pitted against each other, as they battled it out through a series of challenges in order to make you laugh so hard your cheeks hurt. 'The Mutant Way' was produced by DeakinTV and recorded at the Television Studio at Deakin University.
Deakin TV student club
Deakin TV is a student community television production house operated by Deakin University students and supported by DUSA. We support Deakin students in producing their own television programs for broadcast on various mediums, including the internet and Channel 31. We also promote the general appreciation of film and television through screenings, workshops and information sessions.
To join DTV, sign up at the DUSA office, Building A on the Melbourne Campus.
We look forward to welcoming you to the team!
Multi Award winning DeakinTV crew
DeakinTV's very own television program 'The Mutant Way', a comedy panel show which was produced at Deakin University's Melbourne Burwood Campus, won two Antenna Awards for the two categories it was nominated in.
The show won the 'Outstanding Comedy Program' award, and the 'Outstanding Achievement in Technical Innovation' award.
The Mutant Way, which was produced in 2009, offered many opportunities to Deakin Film and Television students. These awards covered all shows made on community television throughout all five of its television stations in Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane, Perth and Adelaide. This is an outstanding achievement for DeakinTV.
The Mutant Way Crew at the 2010 Antenna Awards
The 2010 Antenna Awards were held at the BMW Edge at Federation Square in Melbourne on 27 June 2010, and were broadcast live right across Melbourne on Channel 31's new Digital Channel. The Antenna Awards showcase outstanding achievement in locally produced programs, which are broadcast on Community TV stations across Australia. The awards ceremony was attended by many community television program makers from across the country, industry professionals and other VIPs including the Federal Minister for Broadband, Communications and the Digital Economy, Senator Stephen Conroy.