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Classical 90.7 KVNO is proud to serve as the source of arts information for our community.  The Omaha Community Playhouse, the Omaha Symphony, Omaha Performing Arts, Tuesday Musical Concert Series and many other arts organizations count on KVNO to help provide information about events and opportunities. As the only classical music station in Omaha, KVNO provides student broadcasters the experience of being on the air live.

Our mission:

As Omaha's premier public radio station, KVNO serves and enriches the community and university through quality programming that enlightens, entertains and informs.

About us:

KVNO is an integral part of the university, providing unique educational opportunities to students through training and employment in a professional environment.

The KVNO staff is committed to involving an increasing number of listeners, to advancing the excellence and growth of the arts, to maximizing the value of our services through communication technologies and to assuming a national leadership role in public broadcasting.



Student Crew, Professional Staff, Award-winning Results!

UNO Television has a proud history of placing students first, striving for academic excellence, and engaging with the community. For over 50 years UNO Television has been giving students hands-on opportunities to develop their professional production skills while creating programming that serves the community.

From weekly public affairs and educational programs to long-form documentaries, UNO Television produces a variety of original productions. The UNO Television studio provides the lab for TV classes. The professional staff of UNO Television collaborates with the School of Communication to give students the benefit of their industry expertise in support of classroom learning opportunities such as The Omaha News, Inside Art and other projects. UNO Television travels across campus to record lectures and treks around the world to produce award-winning documentaries. Our programs are seen locally on The Knowledge Network ( and statewide on NET1 and NET2.

Beyond classroom labs and internships, paid, part-time positions on the UNO Television Crew give students the preparation and experience they need to truly develop their skills. Many crew members work part-time at all four local affiliates. Crew alumni have gone on to work everywhere from national super stations to TV & film production houses. In recent years, UNO Television Crew students have landed internships with California production companies and even the Late Show with David Letterman.

UNO Televison strives to provide challenging opportunities for students and to create quality programming that engages and enlightens the campus and our community. UNO Television has won numerous industry awards for its productions, which include ten documentaries. Madagascar – Conservation vs. Survival won a Heartland Regional Emmy and was produced in high definition.

UNO Television is a unit of the College of Communication, Fine Arts and Media. UNO Television is the managing partner of The Knowledge Network. The Knowledge Network ( is a non-profit educational consortium that produces programming seen on Cox Channels 18 & 109 and Century Link Channels 74 & 25 in Douglas County. UNO Television also facilitates distance education and telecourses through our production center.