Ok, so it's been two months since the calendar actually changed to 2014… but that doesn't mean that there is not still a new year full of excitement that lies ahead for everyone, especially here at WLCU-TV. Since the beginning, this television station on the campus at Campbellsville University has strived to not only provide quality, faith-inspiring programming, but an educational element to prepare the next videographers, directors, reporters and technical supporters that will shape the future of television and broadcast across the globe.
WLCU is in the transition period of adjusting to new automation systems for radio (88.7 FM or wlcufm.com… give us a listen!) as well as new staff positions. We said goodbye to long-time director Jim Wooley, who retired at the end of 2013 and now look towards the future of new programming, new assignments, and new adventures. Lead by new General Manager Jeannie Clark, the future looks bright as students are now the key pieces to making our everyday operations run smoothly. Whether it's directing shows, shooting special packages to be aired, running cameras, monitoring audio or even being the talent that appears on camera, students are what make WLCU so special.
As this year continues to progress, we are still providing the best television experiences for our students through sports coverage of Campbellsville University Football, Basketball and Baseball games (upcoming) as well as main stream topics with Dialogue on Public Issues with John Chowning. Be on the look out for new programs to be featured, such as the return of our partnership with Taylor Regional Hospital and a regularly aired Health Show, new adventures through the world of missions around the country and world and the student produced weekly New Brief.
It's and exciting time at WLCU, and we can't wait to see what the rest of 2014 holds for the University and the students in Broadcast and Mass Communication. We invite you to share this exciting time with us, who knows, you may find that this just may be the fit that you've been looking for.
Fri, February 28, 2014
by Alan Haven