Television Overview

Overview

Miami University provides approximately 120 channels of entertainment, information, and educational television programming via two distribution systems: traditional cable television and Apogee Stream2 streaming service (Internet Protocol Television or IPTV). Traditional cable television service is available in some administrative, athletic, and academic buildings. 

Students living in the Oxford campus residence halls have access to the Stream2 Miami University – Personal line-up, which includes DVR service. Administrative, academic, and residence hall common areas have access to the Stream2 Miami University – Community line-up of approximately 90 channels.

Traditional cable television service is available in a limited number of buildings having access to the Traditional Cable line-up.

Cost

  • There are no direct charges to departments or students for cable television or Stream2 service through existing MUnet video jacks

Additional Resources

Traditional Cable Television

  • Traditional cable television is available in a limited number of facilities for academic, athletic, and administrative purposes

 

Transitioning from Traditional Cable Television to Stream2 

  • For staff offices and common/other areas, academic and administrative divisions and departments can purchase a Roku device to connect their television to Stream2
  • Faculty and staff accounts will be provisioned upon request
    • Faculty and staff can access Stream2 directly by going to MiamiOH.edu/tv and signing in with their Miami credentials
    • Click the Request Help button to request access

 

Stream2 Television (IPTV)

  • Stream2 is the exclusive television service in all residence halls
    • Students should consult their Resident Director if they want to add a channel to a common area Roku that requires a pin
  • Stream2 is available in academic and administrative buildings upon request
  • What type of technology will you need to use this service?
    • You can watch Stream2 online via most popular web browsers, or on Android and iOS native apps available for free download to your mobile devices
    • You can also watch Stream2 on traditional TV sets via a Roku device, a iOS mobile device, or a compatible macOS computer
    • You cannot watch Stream2 using a VPN connection
    • Stream2 is not supported on the Safari web browser
  • Resident students can access Stream2 by going to MiamiOH.edu/tv and signing in with their Miami credentials
  • Stream2 Support can tell you most everything else you want to know

 

Traditional Cable Television (i.e., Marcum Conference Center and Intercollegiate Athletic facilities)

  • What type of technology will you need to use traditional cable television?
    • Use a digital television with a QAM digital tuner — you can purchase a converter from popular electronics retailers
  • How do you get started?
    1. Connect your TV/device to the coaxial V1/V2 jack
    2. Set your TV/device input mode to CATV, cable, or (on some models) STD
    3. Run the auto-program feature to make sure your television is receiving all Miami channels

Available Channel Line-ups 

Miami University – Community (via Stream2)  Miami University – Personal (via Stream2)  Traditional Cable Television 
A&E
ACC Network
AMC
Animal Planet
BBC America
BET
Big Ten Network
Boomerang
Bravo
C-SPAN
C-SPAN2
Cartoon Network
CBS Sports Network
CGTN News
CMT
CNBC
CNN
Comedy Central
Cooking Channel
CW WBDT
CW WKRC
Discovery Channel
Disney Channel
Disney Jr.
E! Entertainment
ESPN
ESPN2
ESPNews
ESPNU
Food Network
Fox Business Network
Fox News
Fox Sports 1
Fox Sports 2
Freeform
Fuse
FX
FXX
Game Show Network
Golf Channel
Hallmark Channel
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
HGTV
History Channel
HLN
IFC
Investigation Discovery
Lifetime
Lifetime Movie Network
Longhorn Network
Miami University TV
MLB Network
MSNBC
MTV
MTV Live
MTV2
NASA
National Geographic
National Geographic Wild
NBA TV
NBC Sports Network
NFL Network
NHL Network
Nickelodeon
OWN HD
Oxygen
PAC-12 Network
Paramount Network
PBS WPTO
POP TV
Pursuit
Reelz
Science Channel
SEC Network
Sundance
Syfy Channel
TBS
TeenNick
Tennis Channel
The Weather Channel
TLC
TNT
Travel Channel
Tru TV
Turner Classic Movies
Univision
USA Network
VH1
Vice
WCPO ABC
WGN America
WKRC CBS
WLWT NBC
Women’s Entertainment
WXIX FOX

Miami University TV
WLWT NBC
WCPO ABC
WKRC CBS
WXIX FOX
WKRC CW
WBDT CW
WPTO PBS​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​
WKRC Stadium
WSTR Comet
WPTO PBS Kids
WPTO World
WSTR MNT
WPTO Prime
WLWT MeTv
WBDT Bounce
WCET PBS
WCET Create
WCET Arts
WCPO Laff
WSTR ANT
WCPO CTV
WXIX Grit
WXIX Hi

 

A&E
ABC WCPO
ACC Network
AMC
Analog Test Channel
Animal Planet
Antenna TV
BBC America
BET
Big Ten Network
Boomerang
Bounce TV
Bravo
C-SPAN
C-SPAN2
Cartoon Network
CBS Sports Network
CBS WKRC
CCTV4
CGTN News
CheddarU
Circle
CMT
CNBC
CNN
Comedy Central
Comet
Cooking Channel
Court TV
Create
CW
CW WBDT
Dabi
Discovery Channel
Disney Channel
Disney Jr.
DSI Channel Guide
DW
E! Entertainment
ESPN
ESPN2
ESPNews
ESPNU
Food Network
Fox Business Network
Fox News
Fox Sports 1
Fox Sports 2
FOX WXIX
Freeform
Fuse
FX
FXX
Game Show Network
Golf Channel
Grit
Hallmark Channel
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
Heroes & Icons
HGTV
History Channel
HLN
IFC
Investigation Discovery
ION
Laff
Lifetime
Lifetime Movie Network
Longhorn Network
Mystery
MeTV
Miami University Channel 1
Miami University Channel 2
MLB Network
MNT WSTR
MSNBC
MTV
MTV Live
MTV2
NASA
Nat Geo Wild
National Geographic
NBA TV
NBC Sports Network
NBC WLWT
NEWSX
NFL Network
NHL Network
Nickelodeon
OWN HD
Oxygen
PAC-12 Network
Paramount Network
PBS 14
PBS Arts
PBS Kids
PBS Prime
PBS WCET
PBS WPTO
POP TV
Pursuit
Reelz
Science Channel
SEC Network
Shop LC
Stadium
Sundance
Syfy Channel
TBD
TBS
TeenNick
Telemundo
Tennis Channel
The Weather Channel
TLC
TNT
Travel Channel
Tru TV
True Crime Network
Turner Classic Movies
TV5
Univision
USA Network
VH1
Vice
Women’s Entertainment
World

Updated: 10/7/21

 

 
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Service ID: 4634
Created
Thu 6/26/14 6:08 PM
Modified
Thu 10/7/21 10:22 AM