Welcome to LCTV
Le Moyne College Television

Campus Cable Channel 16


Follow us on Twitter! @LCTVLEMOYNE 


Would you like to work with LCTV? Would you like to produce your own show and learn the ins and out of video production? Then contact us! We are always looking for new members and would love to have you aboard. Make sure to stay tuned to LCTV every week through the cable network and the campus channel 16. We meet every Wednesday to film our studio shows, Le Moyne Out Loud and LCTV SportsTalk. Watch us each week! 


Facebook - LCTV / lctv@lemoyne.edu / (315) 445-5475

Twitter- twitter.com/LCTVLeMoyne

Youtube- http://www.youtube.com/user/LCTVLMC?feature=watch

About Us:

Le Moyne College Television is a student-run, faculty-moderated group on campus. Our goal is to produce a weekly 30 minute news show that describes local happenings on campus and what students are doing. We focus on a new direction in remote production, live web cast events and student produced materials. The new equipment and TV Studio are available to all interested. LCTV is designed to give students experience in writing, producing and performing shows for our own cable channel and website. 



 Thomas Stamas:
 Le Moyne Outloud 
Otherwise known by his middle name, Alex, "Stamos" he is from Albany, New York, and is a junior at Le Moyne. Alex is a news and sports anchor for LCTV and he also writes for the sports section of The Dolphin and DJ's for WLMU, the campus radio station. Since discovering his desire to work in news during his senior year of high school, Alex has made it his goal to one day work for ESPN as an anchor, reporter, or journalist. He plans to graduate with a bachelor's in communications and a double concentration in television/radio and journalism.
Erin Van Slyke: 
Le Moyne Outloud 
My name is Erin Van Slyke and I am a senior at Le Moyne College. My major is communications with a concentration in TV/Radio. I have been involved in LCTV since freshman year where I report, anchor, and conduct interviews. I plan on going into broadcast journalism after graduation. My goal is to be a reporter for a world news organization.
Dan Snyder:
Executive Producer
My name is Dan Snyder. I am a Junior and I am the CO-president of LCTV as well as the lead anchor for SportsTalk. This is my second year with LCTV and I am aspiring to be an anchor on the Golf Channel or work with ESPN when I graduate. 
Matt Clark:
LCTV Sportstalk
Matt Clark is a Communications major with a concentration in TV/Radio. He is also the 2012-13 Secretary of the Sports Management Club as well as the Assistant Sports Editor for the Dolphin newspaper.
James Butler: 
 My name is James Butler and I am in the class of 2014. I am  a work study for the Communications and Film Studies department and I am majoring in Communications and English.
Kristina Feduik:
Social Media Consultant

I am a Communications major with a concentration in TV/Radio and a minor in Spanish. I am a junior and I also copy edit for The Dolphin. This is my second year in LCTV and I hope to go into television show production in the future. 


Scott D'Agostino:
Movies, Movies, Movies

I am a communications major with a concentration in film studies. I am a junior. I love movies, my hope for the future is to watch as many movies as possible. I've seen more movies than you have heard of. 


Aubree Weaver :

Red, White, and Blue 

Aubree is a senior with a major in Communications (concentration in print journalism) and a minor in Political Science.  This is her fourth year with the Dolphin, and after serving as News and Features editor for two years, she is now Editor-in-Chief.  Aubree hopes to one day live in DC and work as a political journalist.  When she’s not working on the paper, she spends her time at work, in class, volunteering, and even enjoying some occassional downtime.

Bethany Dixon:

Red, White, and Blue

After writing for the Dolphin for three years, and serving as Asst. News and Features Editor before studying abroad, Bethany is now the Co-News and Features Editor.  She is the president of Communications Club and writes weekly for “Politics in America.”  This past summer, she also interned for Governor Cuomo’s Executive Chamber.