KBSU broadcasts additional programming from affiliates National Lampoon Network, Zilo TV and Classic Arts Showcase.
National Lampoon Network currently serves over 400 colleges and universities throughout the United States, including major institutions of higher learning both in and out of the Pac 10, Ivy League and Big 10, as well as Bemidji State University. The network reaches as many as 3.5 million students, or nearly one in four of all 18 to 24 year old college students. National Lampoon Network is prepared to be the premiere source of humor for the next generation, bringing together a collective student audience.
A wholly owned college television network committed to creating compelling programming by, with, and for students, Zilo TV broadcasts a diverse roster of original shows created especially for the college audience. Launched in September 2000, the network is now seen on more than 250 college campuses (reaching more dorm rooms than any other college network) with 5.5 million subscribers as well as an additional 4.2 million viewers via RCN Cable and Howard University's broadcaster WHUT-TV. KBSU brings this exciting programming to its viewers three times a week.
Classic Arts Showcase is a free cable television program designed to bring the classic arts experience to the largest audience possible by providing video clips of the arts in hopes that viewers may be tempted to go out and feast from the buffet of arts available in their communities. Think "Classic MTV." The spectrum of classic arts disciplines aired on Classic Arts Showcase includes video samplings of animation, architectural art, ballet, chamber and choral music, dance, folk art, museum art, musical theater, opera, orchestral, recital, solo instrumental, solo vocal, and theatrical performances, as well as classic film and archival documentaries. Classic Arts Showcase is available 24-hours through a satellite feed covering most of North and South America.