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January 15, 2014 by aderenczau

Hello, my name is Alex Derencz. I am a junior at Auburn University where I study journalism. It is my goal to become a television reporter and anchor. When I am not in class, I am a member of our campus television station, Eagle Eye TV. The station features a news, sports, entertainment and comedy section. It doesn’t matter if you have never touched a camera or have no clue what “rule of thirds” is, you are more than welcome to take part in this opportunity. As students, we are extremely blessed to have the opportunity to work alongside professionals in the field and gain experience in our future field. Not many schools have an opportunity like this for their students. To spread the word about our organization, I would like to officially say that I will be blogging about our television station. I plan to bring you news about each of the shows that we offer, show some of the new members and their progress at the station, as well as highlight those who keep the station running. As a professor of mine said, “Now is a great time to be in journalism.” With an opportunity like Eagle Eye TV, that phrase is justified. I look forward to connecting with you, and hope to open your minds to this opportunity.

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