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CPTV NEWSCAST - aired on JANUARY 18, 2022
SUBMITTED TO MIDWEST MEDIA EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION (MMEA) AS AN ENTRY IN "NEWSCAST" CATEGORY
This traditional newscast exhibits my abilities in scriptwriting, on-air desk anchoring, package and show creation, editing and field reporting. Each weekly episode runs approximately 22 minutes and requires a week's worth of tracking down stories, interviews, individual package editing, studio recording of news, sports & weather, editing and promotion. As desk anchors, we are charged with the task of editing the entire show together in addition to scriptwriting and anchoring. In this particular newscast I also took on the task of producing a news package.
AWARDED BEST NEWSCAST BY MIDWEST MEDIA EDUCATORS ASSOCIATION, 2022
RADIO SPORTSCAST - aired on JANUARY 20, 2023 - THEDOGRADIO.COM
SUBMITTED IN 2023 INDIANA ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BROADCASTERS (IASB) "RADIO SPORTSCAST" CATEGORY
This sportscast exhibits my abilities to diversify and cover sports as well as news while sourcing local and professional sports stories, conduct and capture interviews, script the stories together in a cohesive order and perform live on-air anchoring.
AWARDS WILL TAKE PLACE IN MARCH 2023
Radio Sportscast 1_20_23 - TheDOGRadio.comChris Gloff
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TALENT REEL FROM CPTV NEWSCAST - aired on JANUARY 26, 2023
SUBMITTED TO INDIANA ASSOCIATION OF SCHOOL BROADCASTERS (IASB) IN "NEWS ANCHOR" CATEGORY (AWARDS IN MARCH 2023)
This CPTV News traditional newscast on-air anchor reel is scoped from a January 2023 broadcast. I was responsible for writing all stories and providing anchor.
SPEECH & DEBATE DURING PANDEMIC NEWS PACKAGE - aired during CPTV NEWSCAST in FEBRUARY 2021
I shot and edited this news package on how high school speech and debate teams were conducting competitions during the pandemic. It was created during my sophomore year and establishes a baseline of my work in broadcast journalism as this was one of the first packages I produced. I learned so much from this experience such as the need to shorten my intros and outros, minimize mic noise in the audio feed and to check my wardrobe prior to going on air (collar was partially flapped down). I also learned the importance of always getting more B-roll than you think is needed and recording interviews early in the process.
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