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Posted by Charlie G on 04/30 at 03:19 PM
Thank you to the several volunteers wrote about their experiences working on Our Town: Hollidaysburg. Dick Knupp our editor is working hard on all of the features. I will post a photo of him hard at work in a couple of days. It was so great having so many people come out and help with the show. It was a perfect day.
Posted by Jeff Luck on 04/22 at 03:05 PM
WPSU’s digital broadcast is a little different from the old Channel 3. Here are some tips to help you get and keep a quality picture over the air….
Posted by Charlie G on 04/21 at 01:18 PM
On Saturday, April 18th Hollidaysburg came to life with lots of volunteer producers and videographers as they created the elements that will be assembled into Our Town: Hollidaysburg, the public television program for WPSU. Everyone was wonderful to work with. I particularly want to thank Sarah Piper from the Community Partnership for helping getting things organized, Adam Cruse of Smart Media for all of the video that he shot for the show, and John Seely for feeding the volunteers and TV crew.
Posted by Charlie G on 04/14 at 05:11 PM
Twenty-eight volunteers attended the Our Town: Hollidaysburg planning meeting on Monday night. Volunteers came to find out more about Our Town: Hollidaysburg, a special public television program produced by and about the town of Hollidaysburg. The volunteers suggested several topics for the program, to be produced this Saturday, the April 18th. There was a lot of enthusiasm about their town.
Posted by Kristine A. on 04/14 at 09:08 AM
George Friedric Handel died on an Easter Sunday, 250 years ago on this date, April 14th.
Posted by Greg Petersen on 04/12 at 03:42 PM
New series from AMERICAN EXPERIENCE tells a story we thought we knew.
Posted by Kristine A. on 04/10 at 09:24 AM
Next week, April 13th through the 17th, NPR News will present a special series of reports on ALL THINGS CONSIDERED called ‘The New Caterbury Tales”.
Posted by Fundraising on 04/09 at 04:52 PM
WPSU-FM completed it’s seven day Spring Fundraising Campaign ahead of
schedule and slightly over goal on Monday, April 6. The $85,000
campaign was scheduled to conclude Monday evening but WPSU-FM
tradition is to stop fund raising when the goal is achieved. Over 700
contributors enabled WPSU-FM to end the campaign by mid-morning
Monday with $87,460 raised in support of public radio.
Posted by Multimedia on 04/09 at 01:29 PM
WPSU executive producer Jeff Hughes and producer/editor Cole Cullen will receive a Bronze Telly Award for exceptional video editing of “Making the Blue Band.”
Posted by Multimedia on 04/08 at 10:30 AM
Are you a fan of Music From Penn State? We invite you to join us in the WPSU studio as part of a live audience for the fourth annual “Music Theatre Spotlight.” Enjoy the talents of twelve seniors from Penn State’s acclaimed music theatre degree program before they begin their journeys to the Broadway stage!
Posted by Multimedia on 04/02 at 11:03 AM
Penn State Public Broadcasting’s Tom Keiter and Stephanie Ayanian have been selected to receive the 2008 American Association of Engineering Societies Engineering Journalism Award for their work on the 90-minute documentary, Liquid Assets: The Story of Our Water Infrastructure. Keiter, executive producer, and Ayanian, senior producer/director, will be presented with the award on April 20, 2009, at a ceremony in Washington, DC.
Posted by Charlie G on 04/01 at 01:11 PM
Our next Our Town program will be featuring Hollidaysburg. Community members from the Hollidaysburg area are invited to attend a volunteer planning meeting to learn about the project. The meeting will be held at the Borough Building at 6:30 p.m. on Monday, April 13th and anyone interested in the production is invited to attend.
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