Work produced by students at the Lawrence Herbert School of Communication will air on New York public television station WLIW21 throughout the month of January.
The segment, “Cold Spring Harbor Whaling Museum,” was produced by Bryan Moebius’15 and Nicholas Hintz’16 and will appear as part of WLIW21’s “WLIW Arts Beat” program.
It originally aired during the spring 2015 season of “For Your Island,” a Hofstra University newsmagazine program covering the arts, culture, and entertainment of Long Island. The program is part of the Advanced Television Production course (RTVF 164) taught by Associate Professor Peter Gershon, PhD in the Department of Radio, Television, Film.
“We are very proud of our students who work on ‘For Your Island,’” said Dr. Gershon. “They showed amazing professionalism and creativity in working on these stories.”
WLIW21 will showcase the segment during its “WLIW Arts Beat” shows on the following dates:
Thursday, January 7th – 5:30 pm and 7:30 pm
Sunday, January 10th– 9:00 am
Thursday, January 21st– 5:30 pm and 7:30 pm
Sunday, January 24th -9:00 am
“WLIW Arts Beat” is a production of WLIW21 LLC in association with WNET. WNET is the parent company of THIRTEEN and WLIW21, New York’s public television stations and operator of NJTV.