About CapTV

CapTV is the student-run television channel that broadcasts on Channel 2.1 of the Capital University television system. The channel is also available online at captv.org. CapTV screens student news and films, conservatory videos, athletics, student artwork, and much more. CapTV is also the host of Skyline Columbus, central Ohio’s oldest broadcast television show.

Mission Statement: CapTV strives to produce quality entertainment by and for Capital students, alumni, and local communities. We deliver an engaging outlet for creative expression, student culture and Skyline Columbus archives for our Capital family.

48 Hour Royale Film Festival

This event is held annually each Fall semester. Student teams have 48 hours to write, shoot, edit, and produce a short film. Each team is given a prop, line of dialogue, and a genre to guide their film. Awards are given for First and Second Place, as well as Audience Favorite.

For more information about the 48 Hour Royale Film Festival, visit here.

JIFF - Just an Independent Film Festival

This event is held annually each Spring semester. Students can enter any film (except those created for the 48 Hour Film Royale) produced during the past year. Categories include: narrative, documentary, commercial, experimental, and written scripts. Awards are given for Best Of in each category and an Audience Favorite.

For more information about JIFF, visit here.

Creative Arts Camps

At this camp, you will learn industry-standard video cameras, editing software, audio recording tools and techniques and more. Working in small crews with an adult mentor, you will produce a short film with actors from Capital’s Acting for Film Camp. No previous video production experience is required.

For more information about Capital's Creative Arts Camps, visit here.