Help/FAQ

Q: What exactly is HUTV?
A: HUTV is a network comprised of various internet TV shows produced by Harvard students. HUTVNetwork.com features material from shows within the HUTV Network as well as material available on a limited basis from our content partners.

Q: What is a content partner?
A: A content partner is a TV show that operates outside of the HUTV network. HUTV distributes their content as part of our mission to connect media groups on the Harvard campus.

Q: How can I join a HUTV show?
A: HUTV shows are always looking for extra help and new ideas. Interested parties should click on the “Participate” button featured on our home page.

Q: Can I watch HUTV on TV?
A: No. HUTV is an internet TV network available only online.

Q: How can I start my own HUTV show?
A: HUTV is always looking to start new shows. If you have a show you would like to produce or even just an idea you would like to develop, go to our home page and click on “Innovate” button.

Q: How can I report a bug/problem/abuse?
A: Please report any bugs/problems/abuse to .

Q: How can I comment on videos?
A: You cannot comment on videos directly through Hutvnetwork.com. To comment on videos, click the video within the HUTV interface. This will open the video in a new window at Youtube.com where you may comment.

Q: How can I embed a video?
A: For Youtube hosted clips: click on the box in the bottom right hand corner of the video screen. This should reveal a text box containing the code necessary to embed the video in your personal web page. For an easier approach, you can click on the video itself, which will open another window at Youtube.com where you can click on the various embed icons located directly beneath the video.

Q: Why isn’t my video playing?
A: HUTV videos are hosted through Youtube.com and Google Video. If you are having problems viewing any HUTV videos, please check your Youtube and Google Video settings. If you continue to experience difficulty, please contact

Q: What does “HD” mean?
A: HD stands for "High Definition", meaning that the video definition is at least 1280 pixels wide and 720 pixels high. This video is ideal for full screen viewing.

Q: What does “HQ” mean?
A: HQ stands for “High Quality” which is definition better than standard streaming quality, but not good enough to be considered HD.

Q: How can I share HUTV videos with my friends and family?
A: The easiest way to share videos is simply by sending them the URL of the video by copying and pasting the address in the navigation bar at the top of your web browser.