Kandice Hartner '12, adjunct faculty in the School of Communication, has been using one of her talents to help the world! NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. (WC Alumni Office)-- Over the past few weeks, she has sewed 125+ masks to distribute to those in need. Hear more from her in our quick Q&A session…
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- WCN correspondent Ian Ross interviews newly elected Student Government Association President Kaylee Brosius and she discusses some of the major changes that her team plans to make in the coming year.
Tipping our cap to all of our senior Titan Crew members who have put in countless hours bringing the Titans into your living rooms. Thanks for all you have done!
BRISTOL, Conn.-- On Sunday, ESPN, ABC and Disney will commemorate the 40th anniversary of the iconic ‘Miracle on Ice.' The miracle came when the United States hockey team defeated the heavily favored then Soviet Union on February 22, 1980, in their run to a gold medal
WILKES BARRE, Pa.-- Four members of the Westminster College Speech & Debate Society competed in the Pennsylvania Forensic Association Championship Tournament on February 15-16 at Wilkes University in Wilkes Barre. The abbreviated Westminster squad exceeded expectations and brought home s…
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.-- When it comes to cluster courses, the Tweetspeak cluster has undergrads in chase mode with their binoculars and smartphones as they chase and count birds around campus and on the road.
While the 2020 College Football Playoff National Championship Game will go down as one of the most technologically comprehensive sports-television productions in history, it also marks a bittersweet moment in history for those who work behind the scenes at the game’s primary broadcaster, ESPN.
Westminster alumnus Heather Storm (2006) is one of the young professionals making her mark on broadcasting in the Badger State and the Wisconsin Broadcasting Association (WBA) is recognizing her. She's music director and on-air talent WKSZ and WKZG in the Green Bay area.
We're proud to share the news about Emily Bondi (2018, Broadcasting and Digital Communications) taking on a new role with the National Arena League (NAL).
I’m getting some work done in the studio this afternoon when I hear a faint knock at the door. Is it a student DJ coming to voice track their radio shift? Is it Dr. B searching for leftover Halloween lollipops? Is it Public Safety coming to kick me out?No! It’s Deryk Thompson ‘96!It was a pl…
Shoutout to Westminster College grad Adam Plyler (2011) as he switches stations inside Gray Television. He takes over as assistant news director at WSAZ-TV (NBC) in Huntington, W.Va., from his current assignment as the news director at WDTV (CBS) in Clarksburg.
College “Broadcasters, Inc. (CBI) handed out the 2019 National Student Production Awards in St. Louis on Nov. 2-- and Westminster College received two 2nd place awards.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – Westminster College School of Communication lecturer and student media adviser Bradley Weaver led a panel of experts at the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) On-Location Conference in Boulder in October.
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa. – College Broadcasters, Inc. (CBI) named sophomore broadcasting and media production major Jack Karson a national finalist for the 2019 CBI National Student Production Award for Best Feature News Reporting (Audio).
GREENVILLE, Pa. (Titan Athletics)– The Presidents’ Athletic Conference (PAC) announced today that Dr. David Barner, professor of broadcast communications and chair of the School of Communication at Westminster College, will be honored as this year’s recipient of the Dow Carnahan Media Award. The award is presented annually to a distinguished member of the media or […]
We’re giving a big WC PROUD shoutout to Westminster College Broadcasting alum Brad Kolesar. He will be racing in this weekend’s Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix through the streets of Schenley Park in Pittsburgh. The Pittsburgh Vintage Grand Prix is the nation’s largest vintage street race with 11 days of racing, car shows, parties, parades, and […]
CONGRATULATIONS and a big shoutout out to Westminster College broadcast alum Todd Hervey (1994) on winning an Emmy award for his work as producer, director, and director of photography on the documentary, “Blackbird: Legacy of Innovation!” One more reason we are #WCProud! “Blackbird: Legacy of Innovation” is a historical documentary traces the development of the […]
OWINGS MILLS, Md. — Congrats to Joe Ligo (2016) who has shifted from the fast lane of Public TV’s ‘Motor Week‘ to an ambitious challenge at ‘Maryland Farm & Harvest.’ Ligo is the showrunner and series producer for the Emmy Award-winning program. And the new position connects him to his hometown roots in western Pennsylvania. […]
Congrats to 2019 grad Molly Somora for completing her undergraduate degree in Broadcast and Digital Communications and her big move to Erie News Now. Somora joined the duopoly of WICU and WSEE (NBC & CBS affiliates) in northwestern Pennsylvania in January 2019. Somora also has a minor in social media. During her time at Westminster, […]
Connor Hamilton moves to KDKA Pittsburgh– Shoutout to Connor Hamilton as she makes the move back to her hometown of Pittsburgh for a new challenge in TV news. Connor was part of the WCN and Titan Radio family and a 2017 Westminster College grad. Hamilton switches channels from Nexstar Media Group station WBOY-TV (NBC/ABC) in […]
by Megan Simpson (’19) YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio– Consider the typical American “morning routine”—wake up, brew coffee, turn on “Good Morning America,” “The Today Show” or a morning program of the likes. What viewers see is the smiling, polished faces of the reporters and waving fans in the background as they relish in their five seconds of […]
Lots of bright, enthusiastic Hickory Hornets buzzing around Westminster College and Titan Radio in April! Students and faculty made a visit to our campus as they prepare to jump into video production at their high school. Enjoyed sharing our Titan facilities and productions with you!
CLARKSBURG, W.Va. (WC)– Just before the Easter Break, Westminster College students enrolled in BC 312/Multimedia Journalism II and BC 120 Practicum visited with WBOY-TV in Clarksburg, W.Va. They spent the day with news director Aaron Williams and anchor Sarafina Brooks and other staffers discussing the shifting landscape of television news. They also networked with alumni Alex […]
What’s behind powerful production? Recent Westminster College grad Brad Kolesar and colleague Tyler Craig showcased the world leader in outsourced technical production, NEP Group, Inc. to our students this semester! NEP has the tech, networks, and expertise for all aspects for broadcast and live events. They make media solutions for everyone from live Grammy broadcasts […]
NEW WILMINGTON, PA (WC)– Westminster College President Dr. Kathy Brittain Richardson announced today that two-time Emmy Award-winning producer Tim Kaiser will receive an honorary Doctor of Letters degree at the college’s 165th commencement ceremony on Saturday, May 11. Kaiser’s work on the long-running popular NBC sitcoms “Seinfeld” and “Will & Grace” earned him two Emmys, […]
Members of the new student club BEA@Westminster College toured the 31st Street Studios in Pittsburgh where Westminster broadcast communications alumna Alyssa Hanna Falarski ’12 is production manager. They toured the studios where Tom Hanks recently shot scenes for “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood.” The Westminster College student chapter of Broadcast Education Association (BEA) supports networking and interests in film, television, […]
NEW WILMINGTON, PA — School of Communication faculty Dr. Keith Corso ’84 and Bradley Weaver attended the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) Convention at the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show in Las Vegas in early April. Both faculty members appeared on stages presenting to peers, graduates and undergraduates, as well as industry professionals. Corso, assistant professor of communication services, served […]
Members of the new student club BEA@Westminster College toured the 31st Street Studios in Pittsburgh where Westminster broadcast communications alumna Alyssa Hanna Falarski ’12 is production manager. The Westminster College student chapter of Broadcast Education Association (BEA) supports networking and interests in film, television, media, advertising, broadcasting and more. The club provides enrichment opportunities and aims to expand student experiences in the areas […]
AUSTIN, Tx.– Jordan Early (2010) has traded in her work address at Fox News headquarters in ultra-urban Big Apple for the challenges of managing the newsroom in the charming and livable city of Austin, Texas. While it’s not New York City and the pace of life is a little slower, it’s still the 4th most […]
“Go get your dream and do what you want. Take all the time here at Westminster that you can to get your experience. And I believe the doors will open for you.” — ‘KEEP THE FAITH’ Co-host Keith Stevens. Hanna Erdmann’s discovered the story of Steven’s journey into faith-based broadcasting during an interview at the […]
NEW WILMINGTON, Pa.– Westminster College has a number of grads working at ESPN in Bristol, Conn. Alumni include Bob Braulich, a vice-president of remote broadcasts. Denny Wolfe heads up the features unit for the network. Sebastian Salazar works on-air as a Major League Soccer anchor and sideline reporter. And then there’s Ben Webber. He’s a […]
Titan Radio, 88.9 WWNW, is a commercial-free radio station owned by Westminster College and professionally operated by the students in the college’s Broadcasting and Media Production department that broadcasts 24/7. Serving all of Lawrence County, Pennsylvania and parts of neighboring Mercer County, the station broadcasts adult hit music, area High School and Westminster College sports, […]
A Westminster College capstone project received the BEST OF SHOW AWARD from the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) as part of the BEA On-Location 2018 Super-Regional Conference that was held Oct. 18-20 at the University of Houston. Troy Jackson (Class of 2018) was honored with a BEA On-Location Creative Competition Award for his documentary “Ghost Witch- […]
NEW WILMINGTON, PA – Westminster College will welcome Keith Stevens ’88, award-winning Christian radio host, to give the 32nd annual Wayne H. Christy Memorial Lecture at 7 p.m., Sunday, Feb. 10, in the Wallace Memorial Chapel. Stevens is program director at KTIS radio station in Minneapolis, Minn., and a co-host with Donna Cruz on the contemporary […]
HOUSTON– Congratulations to Tyler Helvin, a senior Broadcasting and Media Production student, for winning a BEA On-Location Creative Competition award. Helvin traveled to Houston with faculty member Brad Weaver to participate in the Broadcast Education Association’s conference in October. Helvin accepted the honor in Texas thanks to travel funding from the Westminster College Drinko Center […]
HOUSTON– A Westminster College student-produced podcast/radio report has received recognition from the Broadcast Education Association (BEA) as part of the BEA On-Location 2018 Super-Regional Conference held at the University of Houston. “The Theatre Westminster Tin Man Who Needed a Heart” by Ali Srour earned a Student News Award of Excellence in the news competition category. […]
Congratulations to Troy Jackson (’18) for receiving a 2018 Emmy nomination for his capstone documentary that debunks an infamous Western Pennsylvania ghost story. “Ghost Witch- Mary Black” is one of five documentaries nominated in the Mid-Atlantic Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences. Jackson’s project is up for consideration for the Emmy Award […]
BRISTOL, Conn.– Congrats to Denny Wolfe and his crew at ESPN features as they’re honored with the prestigious Edward R. Murrow Award from The Radio Television Digital News Association (RTNDA). Wolfe is the Senior Managing Producer of the network’s Features Unit. He and his team will receive the Edward R. Murrow Award in October for […]
NEW WILMINGTON, PA – Shoutout to 2011 grad Kate (Altman) Ratvasky (Broadcast Communications) for her great work advising the yearbook at WC! Kate, technical services specialist for Library Information ServicesCollege, has been recognized by the College Media Association (CMA) for her work as the adviser to The Argo. Ratvasky received the 2018 Adviser Award in […]
Shoutout and congrats to the repeated success for Deryk W. Thompson (’96). He received his 10th Emmy Award – 2017 Mid-Atlantic Region Emmy Award in the Human Interest Program/Special category for “The Determination of Mason Symons.” Deryk is the Video Marketing Coordinator at Milton Hershey School. He previously worked as a videojournalist at WHTM-TV (ABC) in […]
Congratulations to Westminster College alumnus Adam Plyler (2011) as he takes over as News Director at WDTV (CBS) in Clarksburg, WV. Gray Television promotes Plyler to head the news operation from his current position as the six o’clock news producer at WSAZ in Huntington/Charleston. Plyler, a New Castle native, has a B.A. in Broadcast Communications. […]
MOSCOW– Westminster alumnus Sebastian Salazar (’05/Broadcasting) has loved soccer since he was a young boy. He keeps connected to the sport by coaching his dad’s adult soccer league team, but this summer he’s living the dream. Covering the FIFA World Cup in Moscow as one of ESPN’s correspondents on the ground in Russia. At Westminster, […]
Congratulations to alum Joe Ligo on the continuing success of his Emmy-award-winning capstone documentary! “The Unfortunate History of the AMC Pacer” reached 1-million views on YouTube this week. Ligo works as an on-air contributor, associate producer, and video editor on the long-running PBS series “MotorWeek.” He graduated from Westminster College in 2014 with a B.A. […]
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