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November 17, 2010 • Posted in

Student producers to showcase documentary films

Clarksville, Ark. --- Students in the university's student producers class will hold a film screening showcasing their work on Wednesday, December 1. The student producers course is designed to build on the video production skills students have developed in previous newscast production classes.  Students are given the opportunity to explore the more creative side of video production […]

November 17, 2010 • Posted in

RTV students capture the sounds of St. Louis

Clarksville, Ark. --- Most tourists document a trip with photographs or video. Neither of these formats is of much use in a radio program. Based on that premise, RTV instrutor Susan Edens presented her fall radio production students an interesting challenge. Instead of capturing their experiences during a class trip to St. Louis with a camera, […]

July 28, 2010 • Posted in

McFarland documentary wins big awards

At age 101, Elizabeth "Honey" Gwin was doing what she had done for decades giving of herself to others. Winner of the 2003 Blue Cross and Blue Shield Ageless Hero Award, Gwin who not only works with the Girl Scouts but also her church, the Mississippi University for Women, and Meals-On-Wheels was the subject last […]

February 16, 2009 • Posted in

Arnold attends cinematography workshop

Clarksville, Ark. -- University of the Ozarks sophomore Rebecca Arnold, a radio/television/video and theatre major from LaCygne, Kan., was one of 28 students from throughout Arkansas who took part in a recent cinematography and lighting workshop in Little Rock. The intensive two-day workshop was sponsored by Jones Productions in Little Rock and the Arkansas Society […]

October 28, 2008 • Posted in

KUOZ to provide live coverage on election night

Clarksville, Ark. ? The University of the Ozarks' KUOZ Channel 6 will provide live coverage on election night. The program, which will feature segments in both English and Spanish, will air on Tuesday, Nov. 4, at 7 p.m. The program will air for three hours, which will make it the longest live program in KUOZ’s […]

November 18, 2005 • Posted in

Ozarks students make their own movies

Campus enjoys screening of murder mystery and "mockumentary." CLARKSVILLE, ARK. (November 18, 2005) -- Two University of the Ozarks students have gone Hollywood, screening two short movies they produced to an enthusiastic campus audience. Students Diana Confer and Evan Hoffmeyer unveiled a cinematic double feature on November 10 to about 40 viewers in Walker Hall. […]