National College Television (NCTV) was an advertiser-supported program network that serviced over 300 college and university television stations. Founded in 1981, the network distributed a schedule of specialized programming to college students. At one point, they claimed a student audience of 700,000. The station stopped operations in the Spring of 1990.
Audiophilia - NCTV's music concert series spotlighted popular artists of the day.
Adult Cartoons — From the archives of the Museum of Cartoon Art, this show featured classic 1920s-1940s cartoons, as well as new animation and international selections.
"Campus America" - newsmagazine (national, produced out of NCTV offices), with hosts Marilyn Freeman and Batt Johnson
Jack Fist, P.I. — A comedy film noir detective show set in the 1940s, broadcast in black and white. Columbia University.
Mad Dog Cartoons – a later rebranding of Adult Cartoons, adding live hosting by a hillbilly-style comic and his bulldog.
New Grooves - billed as "the most progressive mix of music videos anywhere" this show was hosted veteran DJ Meg Griffin, and the playlist was based on reported airplay from over 150 college radio......