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Westminster Students to Receive "Award of Excellence" for Entry in BEA Creative Competition

Friday, September 1, 2017

A group of Westminster students entered the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) On-Location Creative Competition, and were awarded an "Award of Excellence" for their entry “Explore, Experience and Experiment at Westminster’s Outdoor Labs.” Laura Page, Terrell Cleckley, Jackie Schultz, Justin Shaw, and David Austin will be recognized for their work at the BEA On-Location 2017 Super-Regional Conference at Point Park University in September.

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Podcast: Experts Tackle ‘Fake News’ with Westminster College Students

Tuesday, August 15, 2017

By Brad Weaver, Broadcast Communication Faculty

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Have you downloaded Titan Radio?

Thursday, July 27, 2017

Titan Radio, 88.9 WWNW, is a commercial-free radio station owned by Westminster College and professionally operated by the students in the college’s Broadcasting and Media Production department that broadcasts 24/7. Serving all of Lawrence County, Pennsylvania and parts of neighboring Mercer County, the station broadcasts adult hit music, area High School and Westminster College sports, plus local and campus news and weather, all without commercials.

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Broadcast Communications Alumnus Recounts His Journey from Westminster to ESPN

Friday, July 7, 2017

Several Westminster College alumni have landed their dream jobs at ESPN including alumni Denny Wolfe '97, ESPN features unit manager; Bob Bräunlich '76, vice president of remote production operations at ESPN; and now ESPN’s newest soccer correspondent, 2003 graduate Sebastian Salazar. In a candid interview, WC undergraduates Aaron Becker and Peter Andrade retrace the beginning of Salazar’s journey from WCN to ESPN in a podcast available online at www.wcn247.com

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Westminster Student and Faculty Members Honored at Audubon Awards Ceremony

Monday, May 22, 2017

A Westminster College student and two faculty members received awards at the annual Bartramian Audubon Society Awards Ceremony on Monday, May 8, at the Jennings Environmental Education Center in Slippery Rock, PA.

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Broadcast Communications Alumnus Offers Filmmaking Advice to Documentary Capstone Students

Thursday, March 30, 2017

Jonathan Joy ’03 recently visited students enrolled in documentary production led by Brad Weaver, lecturer at Westminster College, to share some filmmaking advice. Joy currently teaches media production at the University of Buffalo where he is also finishing up his MFA.

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Charles Borges Previews Capstone Documentary “A Chance to Play”

Monday, March 20, 2017

Charles Borges ’18, Broadcast and Media Production major, recently shared his vision for his capstone documentary project about the Miracle League of Southwestern PA (MLSWPA).  His project, "A Chance to Play," goes into production this summer.

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Emiley Westfall Presents “Tutus, Pink Shoes & Baby Blues”

Friday, March 3, 2017

Emiley Westfall ’18, Broadcast and Digital Communications major, is producing a documentary entitled “Tutus, Pink Shoes & Baby Blues” about the adoption process the Michelson family went through in order to adopt  5-year old twin girls from Africa.

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Justin Wilson Presents "Tiny Living: The College Experiment"

Friday, March 3, 2017

Justin Wilson ’18, Broadcast and Digital Communications major, is producing a documentary called “Tiny Living: The College Experiment". The documentary will follow the journeys of people living in the Tiny House at Westminster College once it is completed. 

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Brad Kolesar '18 Presents Trailer

Wednesday, March 1, 2017

Brad Kolesar '18, Broadcast & Digital Communications major and Social Media/Film Studies minor, presents the trailer for his capstone documentary project entitled "Hitting the Redline." The documentary focuses on the Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix, a a ten-day celebration that pays tribute to the world of vintage cars and vintage motorsports racing. Kolesar chose to document this event because of his previous involvement. 

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