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IPTV for UT Austin


Any location with utexas network access can view campus cable channels.  Departments, colleges, and offices use IPTV for educational and informational purposes in classrooms, public spaces, break rooms, and offices.  IPTV is available where traditional wired Cable TV is not.



The ITS Multi-media Group operating in the Networking and Telecommunications unit will discontinue all services effective August 31, 2022, including the IPTV service.  As an alternative, customers who wish to subscribe to the UH&D/Apogee IPTV service will be required to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) with University Housing & Dining and agree to VT7 authorization on the account they provide to UH&D for the service charges. Please contact the University Housing and Dining Help Desk for MOU assistance. More information can be found in the What’s Changing with Campus CATV knowledge base article.  Instructions for setting up Apogee can be found in the Getting Started with Apogee Stream2 knowledge base article





  • IPTV is accessible over the UT Network and includes popular cable channels available in High Definition (HD) including LongHorn Network, CNN and HBO.
  • IPTV can be viewed on a computer running Mozilla, Internet Explorer or Safari.  It can be viewed through an approved IPTV device such as Amazon Fire TV or Amazon Fire Stick. 
  • Charges for IPTV service are $218 annually not including one-time installation and equipment charges if a network connection is required




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