UALR University Television programming can be found on Comcast Cablevision channel 61/1096 as well as AT&T U-Verse channel 99 under educational programming. You can also watch UALRTV anywhere by streaming us through your computer or mobile device. Just select “online streaming” from our web page.
Our facilities are located on the University of Arkansas at Little Rock campus housed in Stabler Hall. We are part of the School of Mass Communication.
The UALRTV mission is to provide a window for the community to learn about and enjoy the myriad activities that take place on the UA Little Rock campus. We strive to provide interesting and informative programming that serves the public interest by showcasing the faculty, students, researchers and artists of UA Little Rock. We also provide opportunities for media students to gain experience in television production and management.
Program schedule changes may occur without advance notice. Specific times and dates of programs can be found in the weekly broadcast schedule.
Director of University Television
M.A.,Communication, Missouri State University; B.A., Communication, Drury College
Cheryl is the founding director of UALRTV, which produces programs for the UA Little Rock Campus and the broader Arkansas Community. Under her direction, UALRTV programming has grown as well as transitioned from Standard Definition to High Definition production. She also produces many of the original programming and documentaries for UALRTV.
Cheryl has more than 18 years of television news experience and has been recognized with national and regional journalism awards. She was a faculty member at Missouri State University where she started the Broadcast Journalism degree program.
Arreon D. Parks
B.A., Communication, University of Memphis
Arreon is a Little Rock native who graduated from Parkview High School. He went on to college in Memphis where he worked as the web videographer for the athletic department. He later was the Multimedia Supervisor at New Direction Christian Church.
G. Steve Willhite