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March 20, 2014 by aderenczau

So remember how I did a photo slideshow a couple of weeks ago that showed a newscast at Eagle Eye?

Well, like any journalist, I went back and found a way to make the story better.

So, I took photos of two shows and compiled them with some sounds of the show and an interview with that night’s news director.

That night, the associate news director had to fill in.

On a show that had an anchor faint, a teleprompter go out and other things happen. She did what any journalist would do. She rolled with the punches.

Rolling with the punches is what we have to do in this business, and she handled it well.

I hope you all enjoy, and I hope you all see how beneficial this organization is to the campus and students careers.


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