WLIW21 Arts Beat Partners with Heat Network’s For Your Island

In January 2016 work produced by students at the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication began airing on New York public television station WLIW21 as part of the station’s “Arts Beat” program.  The student’s segments were originally broadcast on “For Your Island,”  part of the Advanced Television Production course (RTVF 164) taught by Associate Professor Peter Gershon, PhD, in the Department of Radio, Television, Film. WLIW21 is the Long Island PBS affiliate station owned by WNET, and currently reaches nearly 1.5 million households each week throughout New York City’s five boroughs, Long Island, Westchester, New Jersey, and Connecticut.

 

Urban Glass – October
Ani Ghazarossian ‘17 and David Olson ‘16


Position Dance Studio – May
Robyn Ondrejka ’15 and Alison Weidman ‘16


Island Xtreme – April
Celia Werner ’16 and Shannen Walsh ‘15


Dear Little Dollies – March
Molly Holtzinger 14 and Matthew Roth ‘16


Long Island Puppets – February
Justin Marks ’16 and Ani Ghazarossian ‘17


Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum – January
Bryan Moebius’15 and Nicholas Hintz’16


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Lawrence Herbert School of Communication is a center of creativity on Hofstra University’s campus. Our students are producing award-winning work, presenting research, and kickstarting their careers as future communications industry leaders. Prestigious faculty lead small, intimate classes and combine expert teaching, mentoring and hands-on experience to create a rich, collaborative learning environment.

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