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Changes coming to MSU campus cable network

Morehead State University’s commitment to a great campus living experience will soon be reflected when students turn on their televisions. 

Beginning July 1, students in the residence halls will notice changes to their campus cable. Through a partnership between the Office of Student Housing, the Office of Information Technology and College Cable Services, the cable lineup is being changed to reflect student-requested additions and a more organized lineup for consuming the high definition digital cable provided at no charge to residential students. 

New for Fall 2019 includes the inclusion of the oft-requested SEC Network, as well as the launch of a streaming service and cloud-based DVR through Philo EDU. This will provide 80 channels of high definition (720p) live television with 20 hours of DVR service and a social experience showing what's trending on campus. Numerous options exist for leveraging these features and students on campus will still have the option to connect their television through coaxial cords provided upon check-in by the Office of Student Housing to view the over 100 channels provided.  

"These changes are going to dramatically increase the student satisfaction with our provided entertainment options on campus,” said Alan Rucker, director of the Office of Student Housing at MSU. “Students requested these changes and additional services and offerings, and we are so pleased to be able to deliver.” 

For more information on living on campus at MSU, contact the Office of Student Housing at 606-783-2060, email or visit