MORALES INTERNS AT NBC NIGHTLY NEWS
Southeastern Channel student reporter, producer and videographer Kaitlyn Morales has been selected from over 100 applicants for a national internship at NBC Nightly News in Washington, D.C.
It was 45 years ago on August 8th, 1969 when the Charles Manson family committed the heinous Tate-LaBianco murders which shook the world. Join rock historian Joe Burns in his journey back to the months leading up to the event in his lecture, "Helter Skelter".
The region's top educators gathered at Southeastern Louisiana University for a special summit on the conditions, children, families, schools and society of southeast Louisiana.
FERRANDO'S FIRST STORY AIRS ON NBC
Former Southeastern Channel student reporter-anchor Erika Ferrando, who graduated in May and was hired as a news reporter within a week by KPLC-TV (NBC) in Lake Charles, had her first story air nationally on NBC Nightly News.
See the story of "Donald the Four-Legged Duck" here.
The status of Louisiana farming and forestry was the topic discussed by state commissioner Mike Strain in his address to the Hammond Kiwanis Club.
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Join playwrights Donna Gay Anderson and Larry Gray as they discuss their craft at "Celebration of the Written Word," the 2014 Hammond Literary Festival held at the Hammond Center for Regional Arts.
Enjoy both the rollicking songs and reflective ballads of popular blues singer and pianist Marcia Ball in a recent performance at the Columbia Theatre for the Performing Arts in downtown Hammond.
SMITH NEW VIDEOGRAPHER AT WPMI-TV MOBILE
Southeastern Channel student Stephen Smith has been hired as a news videographer by WPMI-TV Channel 15 (NBC) in Mobile, Ala., a size 60 market station. Smith, who graduated in Communications-Electronic Media from Southeastern in May, produced, shot, edited, wrote, reported and anchored for a variety of Southeastern Channel programs, including the national award-winning "Northshore News" and sports shows "The Big Game" and "Lion Tracks".
RODRIGUEZ HIRED AS VIDEOGRAPHER/MOTION DESIGNER
Southeastern Channel student Santiago Rodriguez has been hired as a videographer/motion designer for DixieRV Media Productions in Hammond. Rodriguez, who graduated in Communications-Electronic Media from Southeastern in May, shot, edited, produced, directed, wrote, reported and created motion graphics for a variety of Southeastern Channel programs, including the national award-winning "Northshore News", "Southeastern Times", and entertainment shows "Cinematheque" and "College Night".
Lacey Sanchez, who was just crowned 2014 Miss Louisiana, was a Southeastern Channel student sports reporter/anchor who won the Miss Southeastern crown in 2010. Watch her win the university pageant title.
PIRATES OF PENZANCE
Watch the dazzling Southeastern Opera/Music Theatre Workshop presentation of the classic "The Pirates of Penzance."
CLASSIC LIONS FOOTBALL
Watch exciting game replays from Southeastern's historic 2013 championship season each week on the Southeastern Channel. This week's flashback- the Lions thump rival Nicholls State to clinch the Southland Conference title outright.
CHANNEL STUDENTS WIN EMMYS
Two Southeastern Channel student productions recently won prestigious Emmy Awards given by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Suncoast Region. Nick Brilleaux and Scott Caro were honored for the documentary, "McCrea 1971: Louisiana's Forgotten Rock Festival" while Nick Authement won for his music video, "The Riddle".
PONSETI HIRED BY KATC
Southeastern Channel student reporter/anchor Valerie Ponseti has been hired as a news reporter by KATC-TV (ABC) in Lafayette just one month after graduation. Ponseti was named "Best College TV Journalist in the South" by the Southeast Journalism Conference while reporting and anchoring for the national award-winning newscast, "Northshore News".
Study TV and Film
If you're interested in a career in television, film, or video production, the Southeastern Channel offers training and opportunities that you won't find anywhere else.
Watch the 2011 recruitment video and find out more.