UMTV

UM's Award-Winning Cable Channel

LATEST VIDEO

OTW 130

4 months 1 week ago

This Off The Wire episode is filled with a poetry slam, supervillains, and super cute cats! Madonna kissing Drake is discussed, as well as the water discover on Mars vs the water crisis in California. Comedian David Del Rosario closes the show with an interview and stand up!

 

SHOW INFORMATION

Off The Wire UMTV’s award-winning late night comedy show that explores the irony and idiosyncrasies of pop culture, politics, and college life. Local Miami personalities, live antics, witty jokes, and original comedy sketches are the cornerstones of the show that is taped before a live studio audience.

When to Watch

Tuesday > 10:00 PM & 11:00 PM
Thursday > 10:00 PM & 11:00 PM
Saturday > 10:00 PM & 11:00 PM

LATEST VIDEOS

MEET THE STUDENTS

Stephanie Lorenzo
Executive Producer

Stephanie Lorenzo is a senior majoring in Motion Pictures and minoring in Electronic Media. Her passion for film, television and comedy is what influenced her to be a part of Off the Wire. Stephanie is set to graduate in 2015 and hopes to work in the field of television. 

Oliver Redsten
Online Editor

Oliver Redsten started off his UMTV career in his freshman year as the sports anchor of NewsVision. After one semester as sports anchor, he was promoted to co-anchor of the program. Redsten also works as a play-by-play announcer for the University of Miami’s student radio station, WVUM. He has traveled around the region covering Hurricanes basketball, baseball, and volleyball. Over the summer he interned at WMTV, the Madison affiliate of NBC.Although he loves the Miami Hurricanes, Redsten will always be a die-hard Wisconsin Badgers fan.

Nick Swyter
Station Manager

Nick Swyter has been a member of UMTV since his freshman year. For producing an in-depth story on immigration reform, Swyter was recently awarded the Society of Professional Journalism’s 2013 Mark of Excellence Award. His international reporting experience includes interning at Indonesia’s MetroTV News and a Pulitizer Center on Crisis Reporting fellowship that took him to an indigenous region of Panama. He hopes to innovate UMTV by introducing digital tools and techniques that he picked up as an intern at the Knight Foundation.