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This April will mark the 10th year that the The Edward R. Murrow College of Communication at Washington State University Students will participate in the The Sony Student NAB Experience Program.
In the last 10 years there have been over 50 students from the Murrow College who have participated in the program. Many of them have exciting careers in the broadcast industry today. Some notable anchors and reporters are Rachel Giffoni ( 2009) of WINK TV, Fort Meyers, FL, Anchor/reporters Veronica Miracle (2012) , KLEW TV, Lewiston ID; Morning Weather Anchor Nick Allard (2003)- KGW, Portland OR, and Anchor Ana Cabrera (2004)- KMGH, Denver, CO. Other former interns have taken positions as executive producers and producers of popular shows like Top Chef. Currently Katie Vaughan (2006) is a producer on Hell’s Kitchen Season 11.
To read about the Murrow School and the school’s students read my corporate blog post here. Each week until the show opens I will be focusing on the schools and their students so be sure to look for those posts too!
If you will be at NAB make sure you visit the Sony Booth and say hello to the students! Booth C11001
What will you see? From HD to 4K and production at all levels, Sony is displaying a range of products and technologies in its NAB 2013 exhibit. Sony is showcasing camcorders, cameras, switchers and displays for news, live production, presentation and more. Attendees can see Sony’s full line of 4K acquisition technologies – the F65, with its 8K sensor, and the new F55 and F5 4K cameras, plus a full line of 4K-related accessories, giving content creators new levels of flexibility and creative options for acquisition and production. Sony is also showing its full line of Super 35 mm professional camcorders, the expanded family of XDCAM HD422 technologies including the new PMW-160 handheld camcorder, and the newest MVS production switchers that combine performance and affordability for schools, corporations, houses of worship and more – the MVS-3000, MVS-6520 and MVS-6530 models. In professional display, Sony is adding a range of new enhancements to its PVM and LMD display models and is also showcasing its OLED professional master monitoring technology, with models designed for used in editing, dallies review, graphics generation, and special effects; a series for technical image evaluation; and flagship models for cinematic production with wider gamut display and following the Digital Cinema Initiative recommendations for imaging. Sony’s full range of professional technologies is focused on customers’ diverse production requirements, designed to meet their needs today, and tomorrow.