The University of the Ozarks' Radio-Television-Video (RTV) program recently completed a year-long video project for the Presbyterian Village of Little Rock.
Five RTV students took part in filming and editing an 8-minute marketing video for the retirement center, which opened in 1965.
Director of Broadcasting Susan Edens said it was a valuable experience for the students, who had the rare opportunity to use a camera crane in the filming of the video. The crane was funded by the Synod of the Sun.
"Our students were able to work in a client-production house environment and we thoroughly enjoyed our experience working with the staff and residents at Presbyterian Village," Edens said. "We appreciate greatly the professional opportunity."
The filming team included Edens and students Corey Pintado, Kourtney Risher and DJ Baston. The editors of the project were students Andrea Avalos and Alix Tiegs.
The video can be seen at http://youtu.be/6k0nslFMDsw
Topics: Communication Studies