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Mass Communication students Scott Charboneau and Melissa Bublitz assist with the camera work for an upcoming "Viking Views" news show.

With the busy life of a college student, it often is impossible to participate in everything that’s happening on campus. Wouldn’t it be nice to have a recap of what you might have missed? Let the Missouri Valley “Viking Views” be your source for sports highlights, music concerts, upcoming shows, and other campus events.

Mass Communication students Scott Charboneau and Melissa Bublitz assist with the camera work for an upcoming "Viking Views" news show.

This informative campus news segment is created by students in the Mass Communication department who spend hours behind-the-scenes shooting camera footage of campus and community events along withadditional hours in the Ferguson Center editing lab making the news show come to life.

The show is anchored, produced, directed, and videotaped all by students involved in the TV broadcasting courses who plan to pursue various areas of Mass Communication.

 “Working on the show, I get hands-on experience of what it’s like to work with a production crew. I liked how it took everyone’s effort to come together to make a nice show,” said senior Toray Henry who helps produce the show.

To catch the Missouri Valley “Viking Views” news show, tune into Windjammer channel 3 in the local Marshall area or visit the Youtube channel at “mvcviking”.

 

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Jordan Nichols is a senior at MVC, majoring in Mass Communication (Broadcasting).

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