UATV Seeking Anchor Applications From Students

UATV, the student television studio on campus, is seeking applications from students who would like to serve as anchors on the station's newscasts.

To apply, send a 1-2 minute video of yourself reading broadcast news copy to txk014@uark.edu. To help students prepare, an anchor clinic will be provided from 3-5 p.m. Monday, Nov. 26, in the UATV studio on the northwest corner of Kimpel Hall.

All students are welcome to apply for positions on student media, regardless of major.

Contacts

Drew Smith, station manager
UATV
479-575-4053, pas010@uark.edu

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