From Homeless Shelter to No Child Left Behind: KSC-TV Begins Spring News Season on Feb. 27
KEENE, N.H. 2/20/03 Keene State College Television News will begin its spring news season on February 27, with coverage of campus and city events. The newscasts will be aired on Thursdays at 5 and 11 p.m. on Time Warner Cable channel 8, Keenes cable access channel.
KSC-TV comprises junior and senior journalism and communication majors, says Rose Kundanis, professor of journalism. Students play all roles in the newscast, including director, producer, anchor, co-anchor, camera operators, tape operators, character generator operators, and audio technicians.
Among issues to be covered this spring are housing on campus, snow removal on campus (including the use of the environmentally friendly spray IceBgone), the effect of the No Child Left Behind legislation on KSC education majors, the Humane Society and its winter concerns, homeless shelters in Keene, KSC career workshops, and how students cope with stress.
KSC students have been producing the shows, which run for ten weeks during the spring and fall semesters, since 1988.
For more information contact Rose Kundanis, professor of journalism, at 603-358-2404.