Tuesday, February 2, 2010

Ferris State Live To Air On Fox 32 Thursday Night At 10:30 P.M. In Northern Michigan

BIG RAPIDS - The Ferris State Live television show is back in full swing on Fox 32 throughout our region of northern Michigan.

Ferris State Live airs on Thursday evening at 10:30 p.m. on the Cadillac-based station Fox 32.

The half-hour program Ferris State University-produced program takes an in-depth look at the Ferris campus and finds out what motivates its faculty, staff and students to do great things.

This week's show, which will air Feb. 4 at 10:30 p.m., features a guest appearance from Ferris State University's Bob Buckingham (pictured top), the assistant dean for Clinical Affairs in the Michigan College of Optometry. Bob was a guest to discuss the upcoming Community Health Day event that will take place Feb. 6 in the Ewigleben Sports Complex in conjunction with the women's and men's basketball games between the Bulldogs and the University of Findlay.

The show also features Scott Cohen (pictured bottom), an associate professor of Music at Ferris State University and one of many guiding forces behind this year's Festival of the Arts. Scott discusses the importance of Festival of the Arts in the community, the history of the event and gives a little taste of what people who attend many of the events can expect.

The primary program hosts are Scott Roman and Leah Nixon. Sandy Gholston serves as the executive producer and also co-hosts a segment with Scott.

The show is produced by talented and ambitious students in Ferris State University's Television and Digital Media Production program under the guiding hand of Glen Okonoski.

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