Broadcasting students hosting first talk show
April 19, 2012
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Trinity Valley Community College broadcasting students will be recording a live talk show, called Cardinal Real Talk, on April 26 at 9:25 a.m. in Cardinal Hall’s media room.
The premise of the show is similar to ABC’s “The View,” and topics will include politics, pop culture, and social issues.
“As a journalist, I think doing live TV will be a great challenge for us,” said Jace White, a sophomore broadcasting student. “This is a great opportunity for us.”
Not only is the talk show going to be recorded live, but it will also serve as the students’ final exam in their survey of radio and television class. New to the curriculum, students have been learning about the broadcasting industry. The class also prepares the students to work in the highly competitive media industry.
“This show is going to be pure entertainment,” said Joshua Roberts, a sophomore broadcasting student. “Five students with different personalities and opinions; this is a must see. It will be better than ‘The View’ and ‘The Today Show’ combined.”
The live show is free for students but seating is limited. If you’re unable to join the live show, you can go to ustream.tv/channel/cardinal-real-talk to watch the live streaming of the show. For more information on this event, call the communications department at (903) 675-6397.