In this Sept. 12, 2017 photo, Quincy University student anchors from left, Adam Meyer,  Anna Konczak, Lauren Beeman and Abigail Moore gather on the set of the new $300,000 television studio on the North Campus made possible thanks to a gift from Quincy Media. "It's really exciting for them to have the opportunity to work on industry standard software, which is what the professionals use," said Nora Baldner, assistant professor of communications. at Quincy.
In this Sept. 12, 2017 photo, Quincy University student anchors from left, Adam Meyer, Anna Konczak, Lauren Beeman and Abigail Moore gather on the set of the new $300,000 television studio on the North Campus made possible thanks to a gift from Quincy Media. "It's really exciting for them to have the opportunity to work on industry standard software, which is what the professionals use," said Nora Baldner, assistant professor of communications. at Quincy. The Quincy Herald-Whig via AP Michael Kipley
In this Sept. 12, 2017 photo, Quincy University student anchors from left, Adam Meyer, Anna Konczak, Lauren Beeman and Abigail Moore gather on the set of the new $300,000 television studio on the North Campus made possible thanks to a gift from Quincy Media. "It's really exciting for them to have the opportunity to work on industry standard software, which is what the professionals use," said Nora Baldner, assistant professor of communications. at Quincy. The Quincy Herald-Whig via AP Michael Kipley

EXCHANGE: Broadcasting the future for university students

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