The Met Report is a weekly television broadcast produced for and by students of Metropolitan State University of Denver. Formed in 2001, our news and entertainment show has steadily evolved into an award-winning program, earning Emmys for Outstanding Student Achievement in Television Broadcasting in 2005, 2007 and 2013.
Catch us live at 12:30 p.m. every Friday during the academic year on Campus Channel 20, Livestream, or Comcast Channel 58 and CenturyLink Prism TV in Denver County throughout the week. Turn to Channel 20 anytime to find a continuous loop of our shows. Our weekly broadcast is part of Met Media, which exists to provide a comprehensive, multimedia learning experience for students of Metropolitan State University of Denver. We are supported through student fees and the generous sponsorship of businesses, organizations and individuals.
As the old saying goes, ‘Good things come to those who wait.’ This phrase could not be more appropriately applied to the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities production of “Waiting for Godot.” This classic show by Samuel Beckett was originally produced in French in 1953. At the time the show was meet with […]
Miranda McHodgkins and Jhovani Carillo anchor this weeks edition of The Met Report. Vinny Thomas gives a rain forecast. Cree Chavez shares some theater movie must sees and Luna Nasreldin has your MSU Denver sports update.
It is always a breathtaking experience when a production exceeds your expectations and creates something truly beautiful. “Evita” at the Lone Tree Arts Center is a complete and true masterpiece. The classic Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice rock opera show follows the story of Eva Peron from her humble beginnings as a poor small […]
MAMMA MIA! has made it’s last stop here in Denver before the Farewell Tour ends. Avery Anderson sat down with Denver native Cashelle Butler (Tanya) to chat about being in this iconic show. For tickets visit denvercenter.org. Also playing: 42nd Street- Candlelight Dinner Playhouse The Robber Bridegroom- Town Hall Arts Center The Intelligent Design […]
Miranda McHodgkins and Vinny Thomas anchor this week’s edition of The Met Report. Emma Dickson has you weather forecast. Cree Chavez has ideas for a fun day downtown and Celeste Zubia has your MSU Denver sports update along with some funny MLB bloopers.
Musician and yogi Brett Randell has played more than 100 Yoga/Music gigs across the US, Italy, Ireland, Spain, France, Morocco and more. His songs have provided soulful sounds for all types of teachers and classes, including those here in Denver at studios like Samadhi Center for Yoga and Kindness.
Carl Glenn Payne is a photographer with Metrosphere magazine, where he’s covered everything from Burning Man to Standing Rock and the Women’s March on Denver. Prior to his work at the magazine and being a student at MSU Denver, Glenn was a Marine corps photographer and served two tours in Afghanistan.