NewsTeam Boulder logoNewsTeam Boulder is a live, weekly newscast produced by journalism students in the College of Media, Communication and Information. The show airs on Comcast channel 63 live at noon, and repeats at 6 p.m. and 10 p.m., on Tuesdays and Thursdays. It’s also streamed on Livestream. 

NewsTeam Boulder began as a 30-minute newscast in 1987, and boasts a long list of alums who are working all over the country in multiple broadcast roles. One of our first graduates is NBC News correspondent Tom Costello. Other NewsTeam Boulder alums include 9News anchor Kim Christiansen and Peabody award-winning 7News investigative reporter Marshall Zellinger.

NewsTeam Boulder is a 4-credit journalism course that gives students the experience of producing an actual newscast. More than just a class, we're Boulder's only live television newscast, covering mostly campus, city and county news. 

Recent stories

Student Security Guards Combatting Campus Crime

Nov. 12, 2018

A string of incidents last month have left students at the University of Colorado on edge. In each incident, female students have been targeted by male suspects. The Boulder Police department has yet to make arrests in the cases. While those who committed the crimes are still out there, the...

Boulder’s Jewish Community Refuses to be Silenced following the Pittsburgh Synagogue Shooting

Nov. 5, 2018

11 people were killed and six were injured, including four police officers , in a Pittsburgh Synagogue shooting on October 28th. The assailant entered the Tree of Life Congregation shortly after the morning service began and proceeded to shoot his assault rifle into the crowd. The attack was motivated by...

Flood leaves ATLAS basement studios out of commission

Oct. 30, 2018

The night of September 29th, as a CU Boulder graduate student came to grab equipment, he noticed water leaking from the basement one level down onto the television studio on basement level two. One of many pipes in the irrigation system that runs throughout the CU Boulder campus broke. As...

Democratic rally energizes students before midterms

Oct. 30, 2018

The Colorado Democratic party held a get out the vote rally at Farrand Field on Thursday. Among its star-studded roll of speakers were Senator Bernie Sanders of Vermont, U.S. representative Jared Polis, and Joe Neguse, who is running for the U.S. House of Representatives. The aim of this rally was...

Student Entrepreneurship on the Rise

Oct. 22, 2018

Entrepreneurship is an increasing area of study in college campuses across America. According to App Partner , entrepreneurship courses have increased by nearly 2,000% since 1985. Here at the University of Colorado Boulder, the growth is evident. When Brad Werner first began teaching entrepreneurship at CU, he was hidden in...

The Plague in Boulder?

Oct. 19, 2018

The Bubonic Plague is alive and well in Boulder, Colorado. An archaic disease, one that few would even believe existed anymore, manifests itself in the fleas and ticks that feed on prairie dogs. Newsteam’s Natalie Wadas investigated this phenomenon, and found out the risks and complications that it poses to...

Bee Boulder

Oct. 12, 2018

We’re used to hearing the narrative that our bees are dying. While that might be true in other places around the world, it’s not the case in Boulder. Dr. Adrian Carper, Postdoctoral Associate at CU Boulder, says that there are over 500 species of bees in Boulder alone. That number...

Juul trend surging on campus

Oct. 1, 2018

A new fad is sweeping across college and high school campuses. ‘Juuling:’ a term coined by this demographic for using Juuls, a new brand of e-cigarette. NewsTeam’s Natalie Wadas found that for many students, using these e-cigarettes have become a normal part of their routine. For freshman Montana Keys, this...

Proposed University Hill hotel raises concerns

Sept. 30, 2018

It’s been over two years since the plan to build the hotel on University Hill Plaza was released. City Council’s vote to decide whether or not to move forward with a joint development agreement for the University Hill hotel has been moved to early November. However, it’s been a long...

Student Parking

The hunt for a parking spot

March 8, 2018

Ashley Schmid is constantly searching for a parking spot. Like thousands of CU Boulder students, Schmid is often worried about finding a parking spot on campus. “The parking started to become a problem when I would get to campus and drive up and down the garage because I could not...