Satellite Television

Television sets are located in the Osprey Hall, Landing, Crossings, Cove and Fountains common lounges. Osprey Fountains also has several themed lounges which have television sets, including: The Upper Deck and The Galaxy.

Residents may bring their own TVs for use in their rooms. Digital cable service is provided in every room and apartment, but requires a digital cable-ready TV with a QAM tuner (and/or an analog TV with a digital-to-analog converter box) as well as a coax cable. 



Please be reminded that only digital TVs will work with UNF’s television  service.  Most television set-up and/or channel search functions are accessible via the television’s main menu function. Using your TV’s remote control, you will need to perform "channel auto discovery" to pick the channels. The available channel numbers are 102 through 214. Channel #102 is the channel guide. The range of channels for high definition is 174 to 214. 


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Osprey TV 

The mission of Osprey TV is to provide students with the basic knowledge, skills and competencies required to operate a successful and professional college television station while complementing their classroom education and teaching them marketable skills. In doing so, Osprey TV will develop and provide viewers with programming that is focused, relevant, informative and entertaining.

Want to get involved or learn more? Visit or stop by the Student Union (Building 58E, Room 2215).




Osprey Radio 

Osprey Radio is the University of North Florida's student-run radio station. While serving the target audience, the UNF community, Osprey Radio also provides a unique opportunity for the students to learn about radio in a fun professionally inspired environment.

To listen to Osprey Radio online or to learn more, visit