MDIA students go behind the scenes with the Columbus Blue Jackets production team

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On Tuesday, March 29, students from the School of Media Arts and Studies participated in the Columbus Blue Jackets Video Production Day. The 12 participants included undergraduate and graduate students with an interest in sports broadcasting and production.

“So many of our students are interested in live production and the sports world is a great place to start,” said Andie Walla, assistant professor of instruction in the School of Media Arts and Studies. This is the second time Walla has taken students to participate.

The event is hosted by the Blue Jackets and includes a tour of the video production facilities at Nationwide Arena including the control room, the press conference room, and the TV and radio booths, and the group stayed to watch Blue Jackets play the New York Islanders that evening.

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