University of the District of Columbia Athletic Department Featured on UDC Forum Television Program
Washington, DC – The University of the District of Columbia Athletic Department will be featured in the upcoming episode of UDC Forum. The show will include appearances by Director of Athletics, Patricia Thomas, Associate Athletic Director for Marketing and Communications, Matthew Rienzo, and Associate Athletic Director for External Relations, Patrick Knapp. This episode of the UDC Forum discusses the state of UDC Athletics and the long term vision for the Athletic Department. The program also includes information on community outreach and other Athletic Department initiatives.
The UDC Forum program featuring the Athletic Department will be aired in December on UDC-TV. UDC-TV is part of the Comcast, RCN, and Verizon television cable systems, reaching approximately 187,000 residential households in the District of Columbia as well as every major hotel, federal, and Congressional office, and the White House. In Washington, DC, UDC-TV can be viewed on Comcast Channel 98, RCN Channel 19, and Verizon Channels 19 and 21. The UDC Athletics episode will be showed through the entire month of December beginning on December 1.
UDC Forum presents interviews with members of the UDC faculty, staff, student body, alumni, and special guests. The program keeps the District residents up to date about Washington, DC's public university and the overall status of public education in the city. Previous guests have included: Representatives from the UDC Office of the President, UDC David A. Clarke School of Law, Community Outreach and Extension Services, undergraduate and graduate Student Government Association officers, and the District of Columbia's State Education Agency/Adult Education.
UDC-TV, a 24-hour educational cable program service, is operated by the University of the District of Columbia and serves as the District government's non-commercial, adult education program service. Their mission is to support the University in carrying out its land-grant function of teaching, research and public service through the innovative use of cable television technology and programming.