WTV is a
bi-weekly news show produced solely by FSC students. Each
show consists of three segments that pertain to wellness issues
involving college life, healthy eating and fitness.
The original founder of the show is a former broadcast student. WTV
aired its first show in the Spring of 2008. The
show can be viewed
on the college Web site, the FSC Channel, iTunes podcast, Facebook
and inside the Wellness Center.
Healthy Campus Coalition (HCC), which is a peer education group
that was created to encourage students to talk about health and
wellness, sponsors the show.
SSN is a
weekly sports show produced, shot and edited by students.
The staff consists of a sports anchor, producers and editors, and
studio production assistants. The show consists of interviews with FSC student athletes as well as highlights from several sports. The
purpose of the show is to generate interest in what’s happening in
FSC sports and to encourage students to attend the sporting events.
SSN is beneficial for students because it helps them build their
resumes, portfolios, and gives them experience in what it takes to
produce a sports television show.
Southern Multimedia is a part of The Southern newspaper’s online
edition. It was first started by a broadcast student who wanted to
get more experience with filming, editing, and creating packages,
and more experience with media as a whole.
Members of Southern Multimedia create packages and clips of events
and issues that usually correspond to articles written in the print
version of the Southern to post on The Southern Web site.
The FSC chapter of NBS is an organization for students who are
interested in broadcast communications. It allows students to have
the opportunity to partake in activities related to broadcast
production. Students in the organization take trips to local radio
and television stations and visit annual and regional conventions.
Awards are given out at the NBS National Convention based on the
members’ previously submitted video and audio clips.
For more information on NBS or NBS conventions, you can visit the
NBS Web site at http://nbs.kkinteractive.com/.