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Table of contents Letter from Director Season 46 interns Recognition of Excellence News releases Home town news releases Guest memos E-news letters Graphic design and promotions Semester Evaluation -

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Season 46 Season Summary Fall 2010


November 30, 2010 Fall semester was a fantastic season for Studio One. Our teams worked very hard to create a quality show and high quality marketing campaign. I am very proud of our students. Our reporters and producers created very strong content this semester. All of our shows included innovative interviews, creative packages, outstanding photography and detailed weather reports. Strong content does not happen by accident. It is the result of hard work, meeting deadlines, investigating every aspect of a story and remaining positive when challenges arise. Bravo to everyone who produced strong content this season! The production crew made every show look very professional. Camera angles were creative, sound was mixed well and when challenges came up, the crew handled them with skill and professionalism. It was especially fun to see how easily camera operators rotated to different cameras. They never skipped a beat! Promoting and marketing Studio One is an important part of this project. Our marketing team developed some very creative ways to promote the show. The new tag line, “It’s your future. Let the show begin.” was a great reflection of what we are all about. It was fun to see it used to promote the show. Recruiting was simply stellar this year! We received the highest number of applicants in 5 years. What a wonderful effort by everyone. Bravo! Special thanks to everyone who helped with our community projects. “Operation Christmas Child” and the Red Kettle campaign were important ways for us to contribute to our community. Successful organizations are obligated to serve their communities and these special efforts were well planned and delivered. To those who are graduating, you now become a member of our alumni family. Remember our four themes: “Quality, Teamwork Professionalism and Communication.” I hope you keep in touch. You will be missed!

Sincerely,

Barry S. Brode Director of Television


Season 46 interns

Back: Monte Koshel, Fred Remer, Marv Leier, Blake Melin, Matt Saari, Jeff Flannigan, Zach Jacobson, Ben Schink, Jonathan Schaeffer, Ryan Bachman, David Folske, Matt Petrowiak, Carter Cusack, Dylan Reichstadt Middle: Suzanne Irwin, Jennifer Courtney, Michael Blees, Stephanie Flyger, Allison Hocking, Brynn Radcliffe, Miranda Bushaw, Kelly Kracht, Jessica Butler, Emily Danielson, Hayley Kuntz, Sara Porter, Julie Bech, Keegan Hahn, Jason Kayati, Derek Korczak, Barry Brode Front: Korey Southerland, Cathrine Flognfeldt, Annah Klamm, Amy Unrau, Bethany Stender, Miranda Hilgers, Stephanie Wothe, Ashley Trdan, Brenlee Loewen, Ryann Jones, Nick Pavia, Nichole Shotwell Students not pictured: Victoria Hvaring, Lynsey Seminary Staff not pictured: Scott Lima, Jessica Rosencrans, Lori Shafer, Dale Ricke

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Recognition of Excellence The Studio One Recognition of Excellence is awarded to students that consistently work toward the four project principles of Studio One including communication, professionalism, quality and teamwork. The weekly award recipient is nominated by staff and peers throughout the semester.

Season 46 recipients (l-r): Julie Bech, Emily Danielson, David Folske, Annah Klumm, Sara Porter, Brynn Radcliffe, Matt Saari, Lynsey Seminary, Nichole Shotwell, Stephanie Wothe

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News releases Press releases are written at the beginning of each week by two members of the marketing staff. Each press release previews a feature, news, or guest segment that will be on the show. The releases are sent out to Studio One markets including: Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Grand Forks, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot and Steele N.D.; Minneapolis Minn.; Denver, Colorado Springs, Colo.; and Brandon and Winnipeg, Manitoba.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 23, 2010 Contact: Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Brynn Radcliffe, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 Miranda Bushaw, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 STUDIO ONE FEATURES AIR TRAFFIC CONTROL STRESS AND FASHION DESIGNER Award-winning news show airs on Channel 3 in Grand Forks GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Find out how air traffic control students learn to deal with stress on the next edition of Studio One. “Air traffic control doesn’t have to be stressful. You have to do what works for you. This job is not for everyone,” says Terra Jorgenson retired pilot, air traffic controller and now university professor. “Knowing people’s lives are in your hands [is one of the biggest reasons for stress],” explains Jorgenson. To help deal with job pressure, aviation employees have access to therapists who help them work through their problems. Most facilities also have a “quiet room” for reading or meditation. Find out more about this fast-paced career and how Jorgenson prepares students to meet work-day challenges. Also, learn about the life of a high-end fashion designer. Caroline Hyden, fashion designer, says she never dreamt she would be designing dresses for elite shows like “Miss International.” Hyden will bring some of her original works onto the show and explain the design process. Models will also be in the studio to showcase her work. Hyden says designing is something she is constantly thinking about because everything around her is an inspiration. Tune in this week to see some of the latest styles from this award-winning designer. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan and Minot, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver, Colo.; and Winnipeg, Manitoba. Viewers can also watch at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE September 29, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Miranda Bushaw, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 Brynn Radcliffe, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 STUDIO ONE FEATURES A FORENSIC ANTHROPOLOGIST AND A COMMUNITY’S STRESS FREE GAME NIGHT Award-winning news show airs on Channel 3 in Grand Forks

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Learn about the field of forensic anthropology on the award-wining program, Studio One. It takes a sharp mind and a strong stomach to be a forensic anthropologist. It is “definitely not a dull field,” says Phoebe Stubblefield, director of the forensic science department at the University of North Dakota. Stubblefield spends most of her time teaching anatomy related courses, but is often asked to give her expert opinion on forensic cases. Watch Studio One to find out why Stubblefield calls her and her colleagues “puzzlesolvers.” Also, kickball was once considered a playground activity, but now adults are returning to the game. Friends and families in many communities are gathering for a game of kickball to take a break from their hectic lives. “It’s like back in middle school when you had no worries and no issues,” says one player. These kickball nights have become increasingly popular around the country. There is even a yearly national tournament held in Las Vegas, Nev. Find out how this stress free night is helping players start their week off right. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 6, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Miranda Bushaw, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 Brynn Radcliffe, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

STUDIO ONE HIGHLIGHTS EDUCATION SURVEY TRENDS AND REALITY TV SHOW CONTESTANT Award-winning news show airs on Channel 3 in Grand Forks GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Learn about some changes in teacher evaluations and how one kickboxing instructor fought his way onto a popular television show on the next edition of Studio One. Some studies indicate the United States’ level of education is suffering compared to other countries. In the past, educators have used the No Child Left Behind Act to evaluate the abilities of teachers. Now the use of valueadded modeling is being used nationwide. This system calculates the value teachers add to their students’ achievement based standardized test scores. Learn how this model may improve the public school system. Also, one man’s dreams are coming true thanks to a reality TV show. Pablo Garza teaches kickboxing at the University of North Dakota and is a Mixed Martial Arts fighter. He had the opportunity to be on The Ultimate Fighter, a reality TV show on SPIKE network. Garza tried out for the show in North Carolina and was selected out of more than 600 fighters. “Just being on the show, being part of the UFC gives you a lot of exposure.” He hopes this exposure and his hard work will make him a “big name” in this sport. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 6, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Jordan Simon, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 Bethany Stender, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

STUDIO ONE INTERVIEWS A SURVIVOR DURING DOMESTIC VIOLENCE AWARENESS MONTH Award-winning news show airs on Channel 3 in Grand Forks GRAND FORKS, N.D. — October is “Domestic Violence Awareness” month. Learn how one woman escaped from an abusive relationship on the next edition of Studio One. According to the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence, one in four women are abused by their partner every year. Susan Still is will share her story on the show this week. She married her boyfriend of 10 years, thinking he was “the one.” She experienced years of extensive verbal and physical abuse. One day, her husband even made their 13 year-old son make a 50-minute video of the abuse and name-calling. After that incident, Still and a close co-worker decided to take action. She and her children fled the home. Her husband received a 36-year sentence for his actions. This is the longest sentence made for domestic violence to date. Tune in this week to hear Still’s story and her advice to other abuse victims. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 13, 2010 Contact: Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Miranda Bushaw, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 Brynn Radcliffe, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 STUDIO ONE FEATURES SEGMENTS ON FATIGUED DRIVING AND DISEASE CONTROL RESEARCHER Award-winning news show airs on Channel 3 in Grand Forks GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Learn to prevent driving while fatigued on next edition of Studio One. According to the U.S. Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 30 percent of Americans don’t get enough sleep. Studies in Europe and Australia show that driving while fatigued can be just as dangerous as driving under the influence of alcohol. University of North Dakota Police Captain Dan Lund says that some drivers ignore the occasional head nods behind the wheel. He explains that a head nod means the driver is unconscious for 12 seconds. Find out more about the dangers and how to avoid driving while tired. Also, a UND biology professor, Dr. Jeff Vaughan, explains how mosquitoes and ticks can be pesky and annoying, but also deadly. There are many different types of diseases transmitted by these bugs, and he will discuss disease prevention techniques. Covering pots of water or putting guppies in water tanks to eat mosquito larvae can make a difference. Watch Studio One to hear more about this biologist’s research. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 19, 2010 Contact: Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Miranda Bushaw, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 Brynn Radcliffe, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 STUDIO ONE FEATURES SEGMENTS ON CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND ZOMBIE FEST Award-winning news show airs on Channel 3 in Grand Forks GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Learn about how to deal with life’s conflicts on the next episode of Studio One. Conflicts don’t always resolve themselves. Sometimes people need outside help. Kristine Paranica, the Executive Director for the UND Conflict Resolution Center has 11 years of experience in developing conflict solutions. She explains how the Conflict Resolution Center at the University of North Dakota provides transformative mediation services. Transformative mediation focuses on fixing the core issue of a conflict. She says this approach leads to long term solutions. Watch Studio One for Paranica’s tips on how everyone can manage conflict in their lives. Also on the show, some people say that Halloween is the only day to get dressed up, but one group of people says there are at least two. “Zombie Fest” is all about spending a day in the life of the risen dead. Participants act out the life of a zombie of their choice. Tune into Studio One this week to see “dead” brides, farmers and crazy ex-wives in action at what some call a killer festival. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 21, 2010 Contact: Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Miranda Bushaw, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 Brynn Radcliffe, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 STUDIO ONE FEATURES SEGMENTS ON CONFLICT RESOLUTION AND ZOMBIE FEST Award-winning news show airs on Channel 3 in Grand Forks GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Learn about how to deal with life’s conflicts on the next episode of Studio One. Conflicts don’t always resolve themselves. Sometimes people need outside help. Kristine Paranica, the Executive Director for the UND Conflict Resolution Center has 11 years of experience in developing conflict solutions. She explains how the Conflict Resolution Center at the University of North Dakota provides transformative mediation services. Transformative mediation focuses on fixing the core issue of a conflict. She says this approach leads to long term solutions. Watch Studio One for Paranica’s tips on how everyone can manage conflict in their lives. Also on the show, some people say that Halloween is the only day to get dressed up, but one group of people says there are at least two. “Zombie Fest” is all about spending a day in the life of the risen dead. Participants act out the life of a zombie of their choice. Tune into Studio One this week to see “dead” brides, farmers and crazy ex-wives in action at what some call a killer festival. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 27, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Miranda Bushaw, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 Brynn Radcliffe, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

STUDIO ONE FEATURES SEGMENTS ON REDUCING OIL CHANGES AND TRAFFIC TECHNICIAN Award-winning news show airs on Channel 3 in Grand Forks GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Learn how to reduce spending and help the environment on the next edition of Studio One. Changing oil in cars is something all auto owners have to do. Now there may be a way to put this task off longer. In the past, people have been recommended to have an oil change every 3,000 miles. Recent studies show that new car models don’t need this routine change as often. Changing the oil too frequently can also harm the environment. Tune in to find out how car owners can go green while saving some green. Also, the early morning commute can sometimes feel like one big race. Even those in control of the traffic lights have no secret way to avoid red lights. Watch Studio One to learn about new ways transportation engineers are trying to cut down commuters’ travel time. “I like to see people travel as easy and stress-free as they can,” explains Grand Forks Transportation Engineer Jane Williams. Find out how this woman is working to save drivers time and money. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 3, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Miranda Bushaw, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 Brynn Radcliffe, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

STUDIO ONE FEATURES SEGMENTS ON THE SMART PHONE AND MINNEAPOLIS ART ON WHEELS Award-winning news show airs on Channel 3 in Grand Forks GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Learn about some concerns experts have on the rising popularity of “smart phones.” Also learn about a pedal-pushing art show that came to the North Dakota Museum of Art on the next edition of Studio One. According to a report from Forrestor Research, one in five Americans owns a smart phone. This product gives owners the ability to check e-mail, do homework, and get weather updates, instantly. There are also a variety of novelty programs available. Phone company reports say sales are up 78 percent from last year. Despite popularity, some experts say this technology can reduce efficiency among users. Watch Studio One to hear what critics and advocates say about “smart phones.” Also, “Minneapolis Art on Wheels” (MAW) is a group working to display art in a unique way. Artists who participate in this event ride bikes around a community. The team then uses projectors to change buildings into canvases. The projected images alter the “look” of a neighborhood. “We’re all going to remember how this space was transformed,” says event attendee and University of North Dakota Assistant Art Professor Lori Esposito. MAW has traveled to many cities around the United States and other parts of the world. The show has had appearances in Egypt, India and Europe. Tune into Studio One this week to see how this group makes different locations into pieces of art. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 17, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Miranda Bushaw, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 Brynn Radcliffe, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

STUDIO ONE FEATURES A DIETITIAN AND A PULP FICTION ARTIST Award-winning news show airs on Channel 3 in Grand Forks GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Learn how to make informed meal choices with advice from a licensed dietitian and exercise physiologist on the next edition of Studio One. According to CNN, nearly two-thirds of Americans struggle with obesity. “The biggest issue with unhealthy lifestyles has to do with tricky advertising and a misinformed consumer,” says Barb Arnston, licensed dietitian. She says that knowing the ingredients in food and how to read labels are important in planning nutritious meals. Watch Studio One this week and follow along as Barb takes us shopping at a grocery store for healthy foods. Also on the show, meet pulp fiction artist Verne Anderson. He says the ultimate purpose of his art is to make people feel joy in life. In order to create these feelings of joy, Anderson says passion is the key. His bright personality shows through in his colorful artwork. This week on Studio One, learn how this artist infuses his individuality into his work. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 1, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Miranda Bushaw, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 Brynn Radcliffe, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

STUDIO ONE FEATURES SEGMENTS ON A METEOROLOGY PROJECT AND A WINDOW WASHER Award-winning news show airs on Channel 3 in Grand Forks GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Find out how one community is trying to predict snowfall on the next edition of Studio One. One group at the University of North Dakota says each snowflake contains data which can be used to predict upcoming weather. This group is working on a project called SNOwD UNDER. The program is led by graduate students with participation from area students ages K-12 and UND faculty. This project offers students hands-on experience in science and research while collecting important data. “Students will gain invaluable educational experience in learning to plan and conduct field research,” says principle faculty mentor Matt Gilmore, an assistant professor of atmospheric sciences at UND. Find out how this group is working to predict an accurate snowfall estimate. Also, the winter months stop some people from working outside. One man doesn’t let any type of weather get in the way of giving his customers a clear view of the world. Mike Mansfield owns the window washing business, Brite Way. “The hardest part of the job is…not just in the cold but the summer you got the rain and the wind is kind of your enemy,” he says. Mansfield works in the weather up to 15 below with a 40 degree wind chill. Watch Studio One to learn about the life of an all-weather window washer. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 8, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Miranda Bushaw, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 Brynn Radcliffe, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

STUDIO ONE FEATURES SEGMENTS ON A FORMER FOSTER CHILD AND STAYING FIT DURING THE HOLIDAYS Award-winning news show airs on Channel 3 in Grand Forks GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Learn why one man is working to change the foster care system on the next edition of Studio One. Growing up is hard. For some it can be harder. Nathan Gawlik grew up in 25 different foster homes, attended 10 different schools and lived in three states before he was 18. Today this college junior speaks about his experience growing up in foster care and his passion to change the system. He notes that studies show 80 percent of foster youth enter prison at some point. Gawlik says his values are what helped him come out of foster care more successful and welladjusted than most. He is involved with different organizations to help change the current system and to give foster kids a voice. Watch Studio One to learn about how Gawlick is traveling the country to help today’s youth. Also, it can be difficult to squeeze in gym time. Thus, some who don’t make the time may find themselves squeezing into a tighter pair of pants after the holiday season. Barbara Arntson, a registered dietitian and exercise physiologist, stresses the importance of getting some type of workout each day. She says keeping gum, water and healthy snacks around at all times is the key to maintaining your normal weight. Tune in this week for tips on preventing seasonal weight gain. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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Home town news releases Marketing team interns wrote press releases about current interns’ accomplishments with the program. The completed releases were sent to the intern’s home town papers, posted on the Studio One Facebook page and the Studio One Web site.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 12, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Bethany Stender, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

LANGDON NATIVE INTERNS WITH AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Ryan Bachman brings reporting skills to Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D.— Ryan Bachman is currently a reporter, a camera operator and a member of the Headline News Team with the award-winning news show, Studio One. The program is an hour long news program produced by staff and students at the University of North Dakota. This is Bachman’s first semester as an intern. “At Studio One I’ve been able to go out on shoots; interview people then come back to the studio and edit it all together. That’s pretty similar to what I will be doing in my future career,” he says. On the Headline News Team Bachman edits CNN footage highlights before the live show. During the live show, he is in charge of operating one of the studio cameras. Bachman says it’s been a great experience. “My favorite part is taking what I’ve learned in class and applying it to a real work environment,” he says. Bachman is a 2007 graduate of Langdon Area High School and the son of Vic and Carrie Bachman. He is a senior at the University of North Dakota, majoring in communication and will graduate May 2012. His career objective is to work at a television station as a reporter after graduation. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 12, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Bethany Stender, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 NESODDEN NATIVE HELPS PRODUCE AWARD-WINNING NEWS SHOW Julie Bech brings reporting and leadership skills to Studio One

GRAND FORKS, N.D.— Nesodden, Norway native Julie Bech is interning with the award-winning television show, Studio One. The show is an hour long news program produced by staff and students on the University of North Dakota campus. This is Bech’s 4th semester with the project. This season she is working as the producer and a feature reporter. As the producer, Bech is in a formal leadership role. She is responsible for producing guest segments for the show. She also makes sure every segment of the life show is timed correctly. As a reporter, she works with a photographer to shoot footage and interviews for story content. She received the Recognition of Excellence award for her outstanding work and achievements with the project. Bech says her favorite part about working as an intern is everything she is learning. “Studio One teaches me exactly what I want to do and they’re teaching me to [perfect my skills],” she says. Bech is a senior at the University of North Dakota majoring in communication and will be graduating this May. After graduation, she plans to work in the television industry as a writer. “It would be fun to entertain people through my writing but I also want to use the power of TV to raise awareness of more important issues,” Bech explains. Bech also shines in the classroom. She received the International Student Scholarship Award for her academic work. She is a native of Nesodden, Norway and the daughter of Aslak Bech and Elisabeth Gronneberg. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program can also be seen by viewers in Colorado, Minnesota and North Dakota, United States as well as Southern Manitoba, Canada and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 12, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Bethany Stender, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

LINO LAKES NATIVE INTERNS AT AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Michael Blees brings visual communication skills to the television program, Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Michael Blees is currently interning at the award-winning news program, Studio One. The show is an hour long news program that is produced by staff and students at the University of North Dakota campus. This is his first semester with the project and is a member of the graphics team. As a graphic designer, Blees is responsible for creating images that are related to story content. The finished design will appear on the live show. “My favorite part about Studio One is the positive atmosphere and experience you gain to enhance your skills,” Blees says. Blees is a senior at the University of North Dakota majoring in graphic design and will graduate in May 2011. Along with his internship he is also a member of the Graphics and Photography Society on campus. After graduation, Blees plans to pursue a career in sports advertising or graphic design. He said what he has learned at Studio One will help him in his future career. “I have learned about different software and design processes and how to act like a professional,” he says. Blees is a native of Lino Lakes, Minn. and a 2004 graduate of Centennial High School. He is the son of Corinne and Terry Blees. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs at 11 a.m. Wednesdays on Channel 6 in Minneapolis. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 12, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Bethany Stender, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

MANVEL NATIVE MARKETS AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Miranda Bushaw interns with the television program, Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D.— Miranda Bushaw is currently interning at the award-winning news show, Studio One. Studio One is an hour long news program produced by staff and students on the University of North Dakota campus. This is Bushaw’s first semester as an intern and works as a member of the marketing staff. Bushaw attends weekly marketing meetings, recruits new interns for the following semester and is responsible for writing a press release each week in order to promote the program. She also gives tours of the facilities to audience members before the live show. Bushaw says what she is doing at Studio One, can’t be learned from any book. “The marketing meetings are where I get to use my creative and critical thinking skills and practice my communication and teamwork [abilities],” she says. Bushaw is a sophomore at the University of North Dakota, majoring in business and will graduate in May of 2013. “Having experience working in a professional environment will really help me in the future. I have learned how to dress, talk and act like a professional thanks to Studio One,” Bushaw says. She plans to use the skills she has learned during her internship in her future career. Bushaw also shines when it comes to academics. She has received the Lanterman Foundation Scholarship, the Returning Student Scholarship and has been named to the President’s Honor Roll. She is a native of Manvel N.D. and a 2009 graduate of Grand Forks Central High School. She is the daughter of Don and Gina Bushaw. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 12, 2010 Contact: Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Jeff Flannigan, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 GRAND RAPIDS NATIVE REPORTS FOR AWARD WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Butler bring experience in college athletics to sports reporter position GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Grand Rapids, Minn. native Jessica Butler, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced by staff and students at the University of North Dakota. She is in her first semester with the program working as a sports reporter. In this position she writes, edits, and produces stories. “My favorite part about Studio One is that I am constantly learning through hands-on experience,” she says. As well as being a part of Studio One, Butler is a captain of UND Track and Field, a member of the UND Advertising Club and a volunteer for the Circle of Friends Humane Society. She was awarded the Grand Forks Herald Scholarship and has been UND’s Athlete of the Week. Butler is pursuing a degree in communication, with a minor in English and plans on graduating from UND May 2011. After graduation, Butler plans on pursuing a career in public relations or advertising in the sports industry. She says her internship has helped her learn about different communication careers. “I have met amazing people and I [have had the chance to] get an inside look at what being a reporter is like,” she explains. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan and Minot, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver, Colo.; and Winnipeg, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 12, 2010 Contact: Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Jeff Flannigan, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 SNOHOMISH NATIVE REPORTS FOR AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Courtney brings interviewing, reporting and editing skills to Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Snohomish, Wash. native, Jennifer Courtney, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced by staff and students at the University of North Dakota. Courtney is in her first semester with the program, working as a news reporter. As a part of the news team, she writes, edits and producers her own stories. “At [Studio One], we learn how to use all of the editing software and cameras. I can actually say that I am a news reporter,” says Courtney. Along with Studio One, Courtney is going to school to become a helicopter pilot. She is majoring in commercial aviation and plans on graduating in 2011. She also competes in intramural soccer during the school year. After graduation, Courtney plans to pursue a career in helicopter aviation. She says that what she has learned at Studio One will help her in areas outside of the program. “Studio One will help me become more professional in my community. As a reporter I am scheduling appointments, meeting professionals, and conducting myself on behalf of a national news [program],” says Courtney. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan and Minot, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver, Colo.; and Winnipeg, Manitoba. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 12, 2010 Contact: Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Jeff Flannigan, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 EAGAN NATIVE BRINGS AWARD-WINNING PHOTOGRAPHY SKILLS TO TELEVISION SHOW Cusack brings an eye for visual communication to Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Eagan, Minn. native, Carter Cusack, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced by staff and students at the University of North Dakota. Cusack is in his third semester with the program working as a photographer. Last semester he was awarded first place in TV Sports Photography in the North Dakota Professional Communicator’s Contest. In addition to being a photographer, he is also the audio operator on show day. “[My favorite part about Studio One] has always been the people. The directors and [my] peers are fantastic. They are all supportive, talented, and fun,” says Cusack. As well as being an intern for Studio One, Cusack is majoring in photography and German at the University of North Dakota. During his college career, Cusack has received the Recognition of Excellence from Studio One for his quality contributions to the program, the Boswau Award (a bursary that assisted him in studying abroad in Berlin) and the Max Kale Scholarship. He is also a member of the German Cooking Club. After graduation, Cusack plans to work as a professional photographer, doing portrait and wedding photography and videography. Cusack says that Studio One has helped him sharpen his skills in more than one area. “For me, the top three things that I will take away from Studio One are professionalism, communication, and photography editing skills,” says Cusack. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs at 11 a.m. Wednesdays on Channel 6 in Minneapolis. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 2, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Brynn Radcliffe, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

BUFFALO NATIVE WORKS ON WEATHER TEAM FOR AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Emily Danielson brings writing and reporting skills to Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Emily Danielson is interning on the weather team with the award-winning television show, Studio One. The show is produced weekly by staff and students at the University of North Dakota. As a weather team member, Danielson develops forecasts and weather graphics for the show. She also shoots video, edits footage and writes scripts for weather stories. This semester she has received the Studio One Recognition of Excellence Award for her hard work and quality contributions to the program. Danielson says her favorite part of Studio One is the professional experience and the people she has met. “It has taught me how to work as a team, be professional and work ahead,” she explains. Danielson is the daughter of Dic and Joan Danielson. She graduated from Buffalo High School in Buffalo, Minn. in 2009. Danielson is currently attending the University of North Dakota and plans to pursue a degree in the medical field. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University Of North Dakota Television Center. The program can be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 12, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Brynn Radcliffe, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

GRAND RAPIDS NATIVE MAKES HIS MARK AT AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Jeff Flannigan brings marketing skills to Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Jeff Flannigan is a member of the marketing team for the award-winning television show, Studio One. The television program is produced by staff and students at the University of North Dakota. Flannigan is also a member of the Studio One audience development team during the week and is a green room attendant on show days. As a member of the audience development team, he helps plan and generate an audience for the live show each week. On show day he helps guests prepare for their live television interview. Flannigan says he has learned professionalism as well as the importance of meeting deadlines through his internship experience. “Being a part of a professional organization gives you a sense of self-worth, knowing what you do has its own part in the final product,” he explains. He plans on using the skills he’s learned with this internship to pursue a career in marketing. Flannigan is the son of Bruce and Christine Flannigan of Grand Rapids, Minn. and a 2006 graduate from Grand Rapids High School. He is a senior at the University of North Dakota and plans on graduating this December with a degree in communication. In his spare time, you are likely to find Flannigan playing intramural hockey, guitar or driving the zamboni at the Grand Forks Ralph Engelstad Arena. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan and Minot, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver, Colo.; and Winnipeg, Manitoba or online at www.studio1.und.edu -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 1, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Cathrine Flognfeldt, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

DROBAK NATIVE MARKETS AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Cathrine Flognfeldt brings marketing ideas to the television program, Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Drobak, Norway native Cathrine Flognfeldt, is interning on the marketing team with the University of North Dakota’s award- winning television show Studio One. She writes feature stories for a monthly electronic newsletter. During the live show, she greets guest and helps update the Studio One Web page. “I really like how I get to meet new people, interview alumni for stories and work in a team,” says Flognfeldt. “I feel that I have got a lot more experience and I feel more confident in what I am doing. I have better my communication skills and that is something I can take with me in future jobs,” she adds. Flognfeldt is also involved in the Grand Forks, North Dakota community. She volunteers at The Humane Society. In this position she is responsible for helping clean, feed and socialize animals. Flognfeldt is the daughter of Anne Britt Flognfeldt and Ove Arnesen and a 2007 Seiersten High School graduate. Flognfeldt is pursuing a degree in communication at University of North Dakota. After graduation, she would like to work within public relations or journalism. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 10, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Brynn Radcliffe, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

RETURNING INTERN BECOMES ONE OF THE FACES OF AWARDWINNING TELEVISION SHOW David Folske brings sports reporting and anchoring skills to Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — David Folske is one of the “faces” of Studio One, an awardwinning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. This semester he is holding the sports anchor position on show day. Folske also works as a sports reporter during the week. As a reporter, he writes stories, conducts interviews, goes on shoots and edits video. Folske says he enjoys being part of Studio One because of the people he works with and the opportunity to improve his communication skills. “All the reporting and anchoring skills I have learned here will definitely be with me when I graduate and they will help me get the job I want,” he says. Folske plans to work as a sports reporter and anchor for a media outlet such as FOX, after graduation. Folske is the son of Tom and Carla Folske and a 2008 graduate from Bowman County High School. He is a junior at the University of North Dakota and plans on graduating in 2013 with a major in communication. In his spare time, you are likely to find Folske participating in UND’s Advertising Club. Along with his internship he is also involved academically. He was awarded the Alyce and John Travers Scholarship. This scholarship is awarded to a student from Bowman County. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan and Minot, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver, Colo.; and Winnipeg, Manitoba or online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 8, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Brynn Radcliffe, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

GRAND FORKS NATIVE INTERNS AT STUDIO ONE Hahn brings visual communication abilities to award-winning television show GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Grand Forks native, Keegan Hahn is interning as a photographer with the award-winning television show, Studio One. The show is produced by staff and students at the University of North Dakota. This is Hahn’s first semester with the program. As a photographer, Hahn shoots video for reporters to help them tell stories visually. He also edits footage for the show. Hahn says that his favorite part of the internship is working with his team. He says he enjoys getting to know everyone as well as working with television industry standard equipment. “[This internship] has taught me how to be professional and how to work with a team to [complete projects],” he explains. Hahn is the son of Monte Gankler and Craig Hahn. He graduated from Grand Forks Red River High School in 2008. Hahn is pursuing a degree in sociology and plans on graduating from the University of North Dakota in 2012. In his spare time, you will likely find him playing intramural sports or hanging out with friends. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan and Minot, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver, Colo.; and Winnipeg, Manitoba. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 12, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Miranda Bushaw, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

MADISON LAKE NATIVE ANCHORS WEATHER FOR AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Miranda Hilgers brings poise to Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Madison Lake, Minn. native Miranda Hilgers, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. She is in her third semester interning with the program. This semester she is the weather anchor and weather producer. As weather producer she is responsible for leading the weather team and producing the weekly weather segment. “Studio One is a hands-on learning environment and will really prepare me for the job I’d like to have someday,” she explains. Hilgers plans to be a television weather anchor after graduation. “Being able to write and produce my own news stories is invaluable experience for me,” she says. “[Also,] the opportunity to be on camera is so helpful in building up my on-screen confidence.” Her hard work and dedication earned her Studio One’s Recognition of Excellence award. This award honors students who bring quality work to the program. Hilgers is a 2008 Mankato East High School graduate. Her expected graduation date from the University of North Dakota is 2012 with a major in atmospheric science. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan and Minot, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Colorado Springs and Denver, Colo.; Brandon and Winnipeg, Manitoba or online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 3, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Miranda Bushaw, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

MINOT NATIVE HELPS PRODUCE AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Allison Hocking brings interviewing, writing and producing skills to Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Minot, N.D. native, Allison Hocking, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced by the University of North Dakota. She is working as the associate producer this semester. In this role, she is responsible for developing and organizing live guest segments. “Studio One allows me to take what I learn in my classes and apply it,” Hocking explains. Hocking would like to work in advertising, marketing, or public relations after graduation. “A job in which I get to use creativity paired with strategy would be ideal,” she says. She says her internship experience will be a benefit in the future. “Studio One is improving my communication and writing skills, which are valuable in any career,” she says. Hocking graduated from Minot High School in May 2007. She expects to graduate from the University of North Dakota in 2011 with a degree in communication. Along with her academic achievements, she was also awarded 1st Runner Up in the 2011 Miss Eastern North Dakota pageant. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan and Minot, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver, Colo.; and Winnipeg, Manitoba. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 18, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Victoria Hvaring, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

NORWEGIAN STUDENT MARKETS AWARD-WINNING NEWS SHOW Hvaring brings entrepreneurial ideas to the Studio One marketing team GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Narvik, Norway native Victoria Hvaring is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced by the University of North Dakota. Throughout the semester she has worked on the marketing team. The marketing team promotes the show across the Midwest, Canada and on the UND campus. Hvaring also writes monthly e-news stories about Studio One alumni and takes pictures of the studio and guests on show day. “Victoria is a great asset to the Studio One program,” explains Director of Marketing Suzanne Irwin. “She is professional, focused, has a great eye for photography and is an excellent marketer,” Irwin adds. Along with her internship, Hvaring is also involved with the National Society of Collegiate Scholars, and the Association of Norwegian Students Abroad. Hvaring says her work at Studio One has, “helped me gain experience with different aspects of marketing, and prepared me for my future after college.” Hvaring is pursuing a degree in marketing at UND. She says her internship at Studio One will help in her career endeavors. “I have greatly improved my communication skills, as well as professionalism and teamwork thanks to Studio One. All aspects that will help me pursue my dream job within the marketing field after I graduate,” she explains. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program can be seen by viewers in the Midwest and southern Manitoba, Canada and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 16, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Hayley Kuntz, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

BISMARK NATIVE INTERNS AT AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Zach Jacobson brings skills in marketing and communication to the television program, Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Bismarck, N.D. native Zach Jacobson, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. Throughout this semester he has worked on the marketing team as a tour guide and member of the audience development team. Jacobson says his favorite part about Studio One is his position on the marketing team. “I love meeting new people, and reaching out to others about Studio One,” he explains. Along with his work at Studio One, Jacobson is the Vice President of the UND DECA chapter, a member of Phi Eta Sigma, and is recognized by the Collegiate National Honors Society. Jacobson is a 2009 graduate from Bismarck High School and is the son of LaMonte and Michelle Jacobson. He is sophomore in management and marketing at UND. Jacobson says his experience at Studio One will aid him in his future. “I have improved my confidence in speaking and communicating to other people and large groups…I hope to build off what I’ve learned at Studio One and keep using it throughout my life,” Jacobson says. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs at 5 p.m. Mondays on Channel 12 in Bismarck-Mandan. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


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Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Zach Jacobson, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

PLYMOUTH NATIVE MARKETS AND DESIGNS FOR AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Jones interns with Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Plymouth, Minn. native Ryann Jones, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. Throughout the semester, she has worked on the marketing team as a graphics and Web designer. “Studio One has taught me the importance of professionalism! This is a skill that will definitely help me in the future,” she says. She adds her experience at Studio One has been unique. “I have met some awesome people and learned a lot. I have never had experience with marketing, so being a member of the marketing team has been an awesome [opportunity].” In addition to her internship, Jones is involved with the design team at the Hughes Fine Arts Gallery at UND. Jones is the daughter of Tim Jones and Kathy Krysel and is a 2006 Wayzata High School graduate. She is majoring in Graphic Design and New Art Media at UND. After graduation in December 2010, Jones plans to get a job at a large advertisement company by using the skills she has learned at UND. Jones says her internship at Studio One will help in her career endeavors. “Teamwork and quality have been a big aspect of my experience here,” she adds. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs at 11 a.m. Wednesdays on Channel 6 in Minneapolis. The program can also be seen by viewers in BismarckMandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 12, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Miranda Bushaw, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

CHANHASSEN NATIVE DIRECTS AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Jason Kayati brings leadership and reporting skills to Studio One. GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Chanhasen Minn. native, Jason Kayati, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. He is in his fifth semester interning with the program. This semester he is a feature reporter and the director. As a feature reporter, he produces “soft news” stories for the live show. As director on show day, he is responsible for pre-production planning, directing the live show and supervising post-production activities in the studio. “The excitement everyone has for the project [is my favorite part of the internship],” he says. “Studio One really taught me about professionalism and also really improved my writing,” he says. He has received the Studio One Recognition of Excellence award. This award honors interns who produce quality work with the program. Kayati is a 2006 Chaska High School graduate. He is pursuing major in communication at UND and is expected to graduate in May 2011. He plans to pursue a career in broadcasting after graduation. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan and Minot, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Colorado Springs and Denver, Colo.; Brandon and Winnipeg, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 1, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Cathrine Flognfeldt, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

GRAND FORKS NATIVE IS THE GRAPHICS DIRECTOR FOR AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Annah Klamm brings graphic design ideas to the television program, Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Grand Forks, N.D. native Annah Klamm, is interning at the University of North Dakota’s award-winning television show Studio One. Klamm has held a variety of roles in her three semesters at Studio One. This semester she is the graphics director. During the live show she is the graphics operator. “Working as a team, seeing the final product of the show, seeing my hard work on TV and having people comment on it[is my favorite part of the program],” says Klamm. She says the experience will help her in the future. “I have bettered my communication skills, working with deadlines and working as a team…[I also have] work to show future employees,” she adds. She has received The Studio One Recognition of Excellence award for her hard work and quality contributions to the program. Klamm is the daughter of Marvin and Dianne Klamm and a 2006 Red River High School graduate. She is pursuing a degree in graphic design technology at UND. After graduation she plans to work with graphics, advertising and Web design. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 1, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Cathrine Flognfeldt, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

BOWMAN NATIVE ASSISTANT DIRECTS FOR AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Derek Korczak interns with the Studio One program GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Bowman, N.D, native Derek Korczak, is interning at the University of North Dakota’s award-winning television show Studio One. Korczak has held a variety of roles with the program. He has been the technical director, audio operator, camera operator and photographer during his five semesters at Studio One. This semester he is the assistant director. “My favorite part about Studio One is the ability I have to get hands-on experience and working with equipment used in a professional setting,” says Korczak. “All aspects of Studio One will help me in the future. Especially the knowledge I will take from the program on how a live television broadcast is produced,” he adds. Korczak’s recently received Studio One’s Recognition of Excellence award. This award recognizes interns that have given exceptional contributions to the program. Korczak is pursuing a degree in information systems at UND. After graduation he would like to work for KFYR-TV an NBC station in Bismarck N.D. “I could also work as a network administrator for a company or school,” Korczak adds. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 1, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Cathrine Flognfeldt, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

SAINT PAUL NATIVE REPORTS FOR AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Kelly Kracht brings editing, interviewing and writing skills to the television program, Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. – Saint Paul, Minn. native Kelly Kracht, is interning at the University of North Dakota’s award-winning television show, Studio One. She is a news reporter during the week and production assistant on show days. “I really enjoy working at Studio One, because of all the great staff, friendly interns and awesome hands-on learning experience,” says Kracht. “What I have learned here at Studio One will be beneficial for my future career, because it has taught me a lot about the production side and what goes into putting a TV show [together]. Also the chance to network with all amazing interns is awesome,” she explains. Kracht brings a variety of experience to her Studio One internship. She is a member of the Public Relations Student Society of America and Students Today and Leaders Forever chapters at UND. She is on the Dean’s list and has been awarded the Charles “Chuck” Communication Scholarship and an UND academic scholarship. Kracht is the daughter of Dave and Linda Kracht and a 2008 graduate from Highland Park Senior High. She is a communication major at UND. After graduation, she plans to pursue a career in public relations or broadcasting. “If I work in public relations I want to work for a large corporation or sports agency, and then transfer into non-profit once I have more experience in PR,” Kracht explains. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs at 11 a.m. Wednesdays on Channel 6 in Minneapolis. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 8, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Ryann Jones, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

GRAND FORKS NATIVE MARKETS AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION PROGRAM Kuntz interns with Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Grand Forks, N.D. native Hayley Kuntz, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. Kuntz has worked as a member of the marketing team throughout the semester. She is also a tour guide on show day and a member of the audience development team during the week. “Guiding tours and developing audiences has taught me to be an effective and professional communicator,” she says. Kuntz is pursuing a degree in communication from the University of North Dakota. She says her internship experience is a compliment to her degree. “Studio One has greatly improved my communication skills [and it’s] a great place to grow and learn!” After graduation, Kuntz plans to work in marketing, advertising or public relations. As well as having a communications based career, Kuntz has a passion to incorporate graphic design into her work. “I love being involved in a program that offers professional experience that will benefit me in my future. The people at Studio One are talented and creative and produce quality work,” says Kuntz. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan and Minot, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver, Colo.; and Winnipeg, Manitoba. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 19, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Victoria Hvaring, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 WINNIPEG NATIVE MANAGES AWARD-WINNING NEWS SHOW Loewen brings managerial skills to Studio One

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Winnipeg, Canada native Brenlee Loewen, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. Throughout the semester she has worked as a news reporter during the week and the floor manager during the live production. “My favorite part of Studio One is show day…the professional atmosphere and engaging stories and guests make show day an amazing learning experience,” she explains. As well as her internship, Loewen is also involved in the International Honors Society, and is on the Presidents Honor Roll list at UND. Loewen is pursuing a degree in English education at UND, and plans to become an English high school teacher after graduating from college. Loewen says her internship at Studio One will help in her career endeavors. “Studio One not only improves communication skills…it helps you make connections and develops you as a writer. Professionalism is always a plus in any profession and Studio One embodies that skill,” she explains. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program is telecast live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan, Jamestown, Ray, Steele and Minot, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Colorado Springs and Denver, Colo.; Brandon and Winnipeg, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 19, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Victoria Hvaring, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

HERMANTOWN NATIVE REPORTS FOR AWARD-WINNING NEWS SHOW Melin brings reporting skills to Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Hermantown, Minn. native Blake Melin, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced by the University of North Dakota. Throughout the semester, Melin has worked as a news reporter and the teleprompter operator. “The incredible equipment here followed by the amazing training makes [Studio One] the best learning experience ever,” Melin says. Along with his internship, Melin is also involved on campus. He plays intramural hockey, golf, and is a member of the on-campus organization, Students Today Leaders Forever. Melin is pursuing a degree in communication at UND. He says his internship at Studio One will help in his career endeavors. “I now hold tools of a professional, before I have entered the field,” he explains. However, Melin dreams of a future on the other side of the camera, “I want to move to Nashville and start a career as a singer, my two heroes are Brad Paisley and Michael Bublè.” Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan and Minot, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver, Colo.; and Winnipeg, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 2, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Victoria Hvaring, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

PLYMOUTH NATIVE SHOOTS VIDEO FOR AWARD-WINNING NEWS SHOW Nick Pavia brings videography skills to Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Plymouth, Minn. native Nick Pavia, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. Throughout the semester, Pavia has worked as a videographer. “In just a few months I have learned so much about film and operating a camera,” Pavia says. He shoots video for reporters, on the project to help tell stories visually. In addition to his internship, Pavia is also involved in the community. He is a member of the Community of Learners Scholarship Program. Pavia is pursuing a degree in communication at UND. He says his internship at Studio One will help in his career endeavors “I [hope] to get a job that I enjoy. [Studio One has taught me information] that is very practical,” he adds. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan and Minot, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Colorado Springs and Denver, Colo.; Brandon and Winnipeg, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 16, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Hayley Kuntz, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

FAIRMONT NATIVE INTERNS AT AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Matthew Petrowiak brings skills in reporting and camera operating to the television program, Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Fairmont, Minn. native Matthew Petrowiak is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. Petrowiak works as a feature reporter and a camera operator. “My favorite part of Studio One is working the camera on show day. It helps me get insight to what I want to do for my career,” Petrowiak says. Along with his work at Studio One Petrowiak is a Junior Pool League Member, Fairmont Medical Center volunteer, Red Cross volunteer, Junior BASS Club Member and he also volunteers at the Salvation Army. Petrowiak is a communication major at UND. He says his experience in producing an awardwinning television program will aid him as he dreams of working for Saturday Night Live. “I will use the skills that I obtained at Studio One and will do my best to get my dream job which is to work at SNL,” Petrowiak explains. Petrowiak is a 2008 graduate of Granada Huntley East Chain High School. He is the son of Steve and Cheryl Petrowiak. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 16, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Hayley Kuntz, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

WACONIA NATIVE INTERNS AT AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Sara Porter brings skills in reporting to the television program, Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Waconia, Minn. native Sara Porter is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. Porter is a feature reporter during the week and is the technical director on show day. “My favorite part is when you finally get a shoot set up, you go, and the people you meet there are amazing,” Porter explains. She also received the Studio One Recognition of Excellence award this fall for her dedication and hard work. Porter is a 2009 graduate of Waconia High School and the daughter of Joy and Dean Porter. She is sophomore majoring in communication at UND. After graduation she plans to pursue a career in the film industry. Porter says her experience at Studio One will help her in her future. “I really appreciate all the professional experience…being expected to be professional is really good practice for future situations,” Porter says. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Re-broadcasts can be seen at 7 a.m., noon, 7 p.m. and 11 p.m. daily and on Saturdays at 10 a.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu.

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 12, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Jeff Flannigan, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

FARGO NATIVE MARKETS AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Radcliffe brings creative marketing strategies to Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Fargo, N.D. native, Brynn Radcliffe is currently interning at the award-winning news show Studio One. She is in her second semester with the program’s marketing team. During the week she writes press releases about show content. On show day, she works with the guests in the green room before they go on the live show. “My favorite part is the fun people I get to work with…we get a lot accomplished and we are successful with what we do. But [we] have a lot of fun!” she explains. The marketing team is responsible for promoting the internship on the UND Campus. Radcliffe helped this year’s team achieve the highest number of applicants the program has received since 2005. Along with Studio One, Radcliffe helped start the UND DECA chapter. DECA is an association for marketing students. She serves as president and received the “Most Improved Chapter” award from North Dakota DECA. She has also received the Studio One Recognition of Excellence for her quality work with the program. Radcliffe is majoring in Marketing and Management at UND and plans to graduate in 2012. She says her internship at Studio One will help in her career after college. “[Studio One] gives me the chance to practice my professionalism, which will also help me to find and attain a job,” she says. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs Mondays at 8 p.m. and Fridays at 2 p.m. on Channel 99 in Fargo. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 16, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Hayley Kuntz, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

COTTAGE GROVE NATIVE INTERNS AT AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Dylan Reichstadt brings creative videography skills to the television program, Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Cottage Grove, Minn. native Dylan Reichstadt is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. Throughout this semester he has worked as a videographer and camera operator. “It’s amazing that students have the opportunity to use the professional and expensive equipment. [It’s] true hands-on learning,” Reichstadt explains. Reichstadt brings mixed media experience to his current position at Studio One. “I used to be a lifecaster,” he explains. “A lifecaster is someone who broadcasts their life 24 hours a day, live on the Web. My Web site has 3,544,000 hits to date, and constantly growing,” Reichstadt adds. He is still an active member of the online community as a broadcaster and an online administrator for the Justin.TV Web site where he monitors content and helps users trouble shoot problems. Reichstadt is a 2010 graduate of Park High School and the son of Randy and Jodi Reichstadt. He is a freshman in communication at UND. Reichstadt plans to pursue a career in broadcast journalism after graduation. “Studio One is teaching me so many skills, ranging from teamwork to professionalism. This is useful in many fields…It’s all amazing,” he says. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs at 11 a.m. Wednesdays on Channel 6 in Minneapolis. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 2, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Zach Jacobson, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 RUSH CITY NATIVE FORECASTS FOR STUDIO ONE Saari interns with award-winning television show

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Rush City, Minn. native Matt Saari, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. Throughout the semester, he has worked on the weather team as the weather director. “Being able to use all of the technology, the cameras, the software, the production equipment, to produce an awardwinning television show is awesome. I never thought I would be able to get to do all of that in school,” explains Saari. During the week Saari helps develop forecasts, graphics and show content. “I will never forget the things I’ve learned at UND and especially at Studio One,” he adds. Along with Studio One, Saari is involved with other groups and organizations. He is a drum line section leader in the Pride of North Dakota marching band, member of the UND Wind Ensemble and president of the UND American Meteorological Society chapter. He also plays intramural sports in hockey and basketball and is a band member with the Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra. After graduation in May 2011, Saari plans to pursue a career in the field of operational meteorology with an emphasis on aviation. He says his internship at Studio One will help in his career goals. “The professional communication and teamwork skills as well as the experience together will be priceless in whatever career path I take,” says Saari. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Colorado Springs and Denver, Colo.; Brandon and Winnipeg, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


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Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Zach Jacobson, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 DES MOINES NATIVE REPORTS FOR STUDIO ONE Schaeffer interns with award-winning television show

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Iowa’s very own Jon Schaeffer, is interning with Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. Throughout this semester, he has worked as a sports reporter and camera operator. “I’ve learned to operate cameras, edit footage, write scripts, and work on my voice to really fine-tune my skills…I’m definitely glad I joined Studio One,” says Schaeffer. In addition to his internship with Studio One, Schaeffer is involved on campus. He plays intramural sports, is a member of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity and is an active member with UND’s Public Relations Students Society of America chapter. After graduation in May 2012, Schaeffer plans to pursue a career as a sports broadcaster and sports news anchor. He says his internship at Studio One will help in him achieve his career goals. “Studio One has given me experience day-in and day-out that will help me achieve my future plans,” he explains. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program can also be seen by viewers in Grand Forks, Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan and Minot, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Colorado Springs and Denver, Colo.; Brandon and Winnipeg, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 18, 2010

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Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Zach Jacobson, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 CHAMPLIN NATIVE LOOKS TO THE SKY FOR STUDIO ONE Schink interns with award-winning television show

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Champlin, Minn. native Ben Schink, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. Throughout this semester, he has worked on the weather team. He is a reporter and also helps develop weather content for the show by analyzing weather forecasts. “Being a part of a team that is dedicated to the same project and seeing how many little tasks are put together to make a show is my favorite part of Studio One,” he says. “I appreciate all the skills and resources Studio One has taught me this semester.” In addition to interning at Studio One, Schink is in the Air Force ROTC, tennis club, and American Meteorological Society at the University of North Dakota. He says his experience at Studio One has, “helped me improve my communication skills, confidence, and teamwork.” He is the son of Dave and Judy Schink and a 2007 graduate of Champlin Park High School. Schink is an atmospheric science major at UND. After graduation in May 2012, he plans to pursue a career as an Air Force Officer. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Fargo, Bismarck/Mandan and Minot, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver, Colo.; and Winnipeg, Manitoba or online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 8, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Ryann Jones, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 BISMARK NATIVE ANCHORS TELEVISION SHOW Lynsey Seminary brings charisma to the set of Studio One

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Bismarck, N.D. native Lynsey Seminary, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. Seminary is a member of the programming team and has been the co-anchor of the show throughout the semester. “The co-anchor position has been amazing! I have learned to be comfortable and relaxed [on camera] and most of all it has been one of the most fun experiences I’ve ever had,” she says. This semester she was a recipient of Studio One’s Recognition of Excellence award for her hard work and contributions to the program. “[Studio One] is by far the most beneficial thing I’ve done in my college career [and] it’s a way to take what I’ve learned in class and apply it. The environment is also amazing,” she explains. In addition to her internship experience at Studio One, she is also active on campus and in the community. She is a marketing intern at the Empire Arts Center and also served as vice president of membership for the University of North Dakota’s Toastmasters chapter. Seminary is a 2006 Century High School graduate and is pursuing a degree in marketing at UND. After graduation, Seminary plans to work in marketing or public relations in the music or entertainment industry. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs at 5 p.m. Mondays on Channel 12 in Bismarck-Mandan. The program can also be seen by viewers in BismarckMandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 8, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Ryann Jones, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

EDEN PRAIRIE NATIVE BRINGS REPORTING SKILLS TO AWARDWINNING TELEVISION SHOW Shotwell interns as a weather reporter with Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Eden Prairie, Minn. native Nichole Shotwell, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. Shotwell has been a member of the weather team for two semesters. She says “Each time I [produce a story] I learn something new which makes the experience fun.” She says her favorite aspect of the program is, “going out and using the cameras and editing video.” In addition to Studio One, Shotwell is involved on campus. She is a member of the American Meteorological Society and the senior honor society Mortar Board. She is pursuing a degree in atmospheric science at UND. After graduation, Shotwell plans to work at a television station as a broadcast meteorologist or as a reporter. She says her internship experience will benefit her in the future. “Studio One has given me so much experience for the type of career I want to pursue. Not only has [the program] given me reporting experience, it has also taught me how to be a professional, a team player and produce quality work.” Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs at 11 a.m. Wednesdays on Channel 6 in Minneapolis. The program can also be seen by viewers in BismarckMandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 9, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Ryann Jones, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346 MINNEAPOLIS NATIVE REPORTS FOR STUDIO ONE Southerland interns with award-winning television show

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Minneapolis, Minn. native Korey Southerland, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. Southerland has worked as a member of the weather team throughout the semester. “I have learned to be professional,” she explains. She adds that Studio One has helped her reach new heights in her academic career. “I have always wanted to „fly high‟ and become the best me, Studio One gave me my wings!” she explains. In addition to her internship, Southerland is also involved on campus. She is the president of the University of North Dakota‟s Women in Science club and is the secretary of the Public Affairs Club. She is a McNair scholar and has also received a political science public achievement scholarship. Southerland is a 2005 graduate from South High School in Minneapolis, Minn. and the the daughter of Robyn Southerland. She is in her third year at UND pursuing degrees in atmosphere science and political science. After graduation, she plans to become a professor at an institution of higher education. In addition to her passion for science and policy, she would like to also teach communication. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs at 11 a.m. Wednesdays on Channel 6 in Minneapolis. The program can also be seen by viewers in BismarckMandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 4, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Miranda Bushaw, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

DELANO NATIVE MARKETS AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Bethany Stender brings leadership and creative marketing strategies to Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Delano, Minn. native Bethany Stender, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. Throughout her three semesters with the program, she has held many jobs on the marketing team. This semester she is the Student Marketing Director. It is her responsibility to lead the marketing team and help develop a marketing plan for the season. “My favorite part about Studio One is the people I get the opportunity to work with. The staff has taught me so much,” she explains. Stender plans to pursue a career in sports marketing, preferably for the Minnesota Twins baseball team after graduation. She explains Studio One has helped prepare her for the future. “I have learned the value of professionalism and have greatly improved my communication skills,” she adds. Stender graduated from Delano High School in 2006. Her expected graduation date from the University of North Dakota is May 2011 with a degree in communication. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs at 11 a.m. Wednesdays on Channel 6 in Minneapolis. The program can also be seen by viewers in BismarckMandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 3, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Miranda Bushaw, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

BROOKLYN PARK NATIVE REPORTS FOR AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Ashley Trdan brings interviewing, writing and editing skills to Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Brooklyn Park, Minn. native, Ashley Trdan, is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced by the University of North Dakota. As a first semester intern, she works as a feature reporter and stage manager. Feature reporters are responsible for generating story ideas, editing video, and producing stories for the live show. Stage manager is a show day position that involves coordinating cameras, cast members and guest members. Trdan plans to work as a public relations representative for a broadcasting company or public relations firm after graduation. “Studio One will help me in the future with communicating effectively with many different people,” she says. “Her creative stories and eagerness to learn make her an asset to Studio One,” adds Studio One’s Executive Director Monte Koshel. Trdan is a 2009 Champlin Park High School graduate. She is currently pursuing her degree in communication at the University of North Dakota and expects to graduate in May 2013. Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs at 11 a.m. Wednesdays on Channel 6 in Minneapolis. The program can also be seen by viewers in BismarckMandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Grand Forks, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 16, 2010 Contact:

Suzanne Irwin, Studio One Director of Marketing, UND (701) 777-3818 Hayley Kuntz, Studio One Marketing Team, UND (701) 777-4346

HALLOCK NATIVE INTERNS AT AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION SHOW Amy Unrau anchors the television program, Studio One GRAND FORKS, N.D. — Hallock, Minn. native Amy Unrau is an intern at Studio One, an award-winning television show produced at the University of North Dakota. She has been with the program for 5 semesters. Her positions this semester include news director, news anchor, news reporter, and a member of the Studio One Executive Council and Board of Directors. Unrau has a variety of media experience she brings into her current position. She has been a coanchor, feature reporter and stage manager with the program in previous semesters. Unrau brings quality and professionalism to the show. “The best part of Studio One is that you build your professionalism, enhance your resume and have fun doing it,” she explains. Along with her work at Studio One, Unrau is the Vice President of membership in UND’s Toastmasters International chapter and she interned at SimmonsFlint in the summer of 2010. Unrau is on the University of North Dakota School of Arts & Sciences Dean’s List and recipient of the E.E. Mick Simmons Memorial Scholarship, the David Beach Memorial Scholarship, and the Paul W. Larson Returning Student Scholarship. Unrau is a 2007 graduate of Kittson Central High School and the daughter of John and Darcie Unrau. She is a communication major at UND and plans to have a career in broadcasting after graduation. “My ideal first job out of college would be a morning or weekend anchor position at a Midwest news station,” Unrau says. “The skills that I have learned will help me because I know how to communicate effectively, produce quality work and work with others towards a goal.” Studio One is an award-winning news and information program produced at the University of North Dakota Television Center. The program airs live on UND Channel 3 on Thursdays at 5 p.m. Prairie Public Television airs Studio One on Saturday at 6 a.m. The program can also be seen by viewers in Bismarck-Mandan, Dickinson, Fargo, Jamestown, Minot, Ray and Steele, N.D.; Minneapolis, Minn.; Denver and Colorado Springs, Colo.; Winnipeg and Brandon, Manitoba and online at www.studio1.und.edu. -30-


Guest memos Each show features 2 guests that talk about subjects with national appeal. Date: 09/23/10 Air Traffic Control Stress Air Traffic Control Professor | Terra Jorgenson Terra Jorgenson is a retired pilot and air traffic controller. She now teaches at the University of North Dakota. She tells us about the career of air traffic control and how its stressful nature can be dealt with in a variety of ways. Date: 09/23/10 Award-winning fashion designer Fashion Designer | Caroline Hayden Caroline Hayden, a high profile gown designer visits with us about her unique profession. Her dresses have been worn by beauty queens such as Miss International, Mrs. America, Miss Canada Universe and others. Date: 09/30/10 Field of forensics Phoebe Stubblefield | Forensic Anthropologist This guest shares about her career field of identifying people through bones. She also talks about a few of the cases she has been on in her career. Date: 09/30/10 Drug Culture Frank White | Sociology Professor This sociology professor at UND teaches a course on drugs and their effect on society. He explains that patients developing addictions to prescription drugs is a growing problem. He will explain what this trend says about our society. Date: 10/07/10 Stand up against domestic violence Abuse Survivor | Susan Still Susan Still and her children survived years of domestic abuse. Her husband was given the longest sentence ever given to a domestic violence offender whose victim(s) lived. Still is now an activist who tells her story publicly to gives others courage to get out of an abusive relationship.

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Date: 10/07/10 History of Wiches Hans Broedel | Which Expert UND history professor, Hans Broedel, is a noted witch and Halloween expert. He tells us about the history of identifying a witch and what happened to the accused. Date: 10/14/10 Preventing Disease Dr. Jeff Vaughan | Disease Prevention Researcher UND biology professor, Dr. Vaughan, researches different types of mosquitoes and ticks that can transmit diseases to humans. Dr. Vaughan discusses what types of diseases can be transmitted and prevention techniques. Date: 10/14/10 Customized education Marcia Mikulak | Cultural Anthropologist This researcher shares her expereince with the Xukuru tribe in Brazil. She is involved in developing clear guidelines for identifying culturally important human rights abuses experienced by the tribe. Mikulak has also done research on how children learn. She shares her experience in teaching children and how she started her first institute of learning. Date: 10/21/10 Conflict mediator Kristine Paranica | Director of the UND Conflict Resolution Center Kristine Paranica is the Director of the UND Conflict Resolution Center. The center provides mediation, facilitation and training for its clients. She tells us about the difference between problem solving mediation and transformative mediation. Paranica also gives us tips on how to deal with conflicts. Date: 10/21/10 Fireworks Expert Mamie Knutson | Small business expert Memory Fireworks is North Dakota’s largest dealer of fireworks. It began as an operation out of the back of a car and turned into a family business across generations. The daughter of the founder, Mamie Knutson, tells us what it’s like to work in the close-knit crew and what the 4th of July is like for her. Date: 10/28/10 International view of the American political system Dr. James Boys| Political Correspondent British Broadcasting Corporation’s chief U.S political correspondent, Dr.James Boys is renowned as a journalist and scholar. Boys was the only UK-based source used by the BBC in its coverage of President Barack Obama’s inauguration and has been called on to cover all major events dealing with U.S domestic politics and UK-US relations since 2007. He tells us about the British view of American politics and his view on America's economics. Season 46 Season Summary Fall 2010


Date: 10/28/10 Spiritual Healer Donald Warne | Medical Practitioner Dr. Donald Warne is a medical practitioner and a spiritual healer. He grew up in South Dakota with the Oglala Lakota tribe with a mother who is a professor in nursing. He also was influenced by numerous family members who are medicine men and spiritual leaders. Find out how Warne combines both spirituality and medicine in this Studio One interview. Date 11/04/10 Dealing with anxiety Stephanie Freed | Counsels individuals for anxiety According to stress and anxiety researcher Stephanie Freed, many people don’t even realize that they are being affected by anxiety. Freed shares the importance of stress, the effects it has on an individual's live and how to make it useful. Date 11/04/10 The importance of collections Phyllis Johnson |UND Vice President of Research Phyllis Johnson is the Vice President for Research and Economic Development at UND. She works with preserving and researching scientific collections. She explains why collections are so important for research and scientific development. Date 11/18/10 Storm chaser Dr. Joshua Wurman | atmospheric scientist and inventor Dr. Joshua Wurman is an atmospheric scientist and inventor who is noted for his research on tornadoes and hurricanes. Dr. Wurman may be best known for his participation in the Discovery Channels series Storm Chasers that studies tornadoes in the center of the United States. He tells us about his experience chasing these deadly storms. Date 11/18/10 Food choices Barbara Arntson | Dietitian Barbara Arntson is a dietitian. She gives a tour of a grocery store giving tips about healthier food choices. She also will explain how to properly read food labels. Date 12/02/10 Energy conservation Henry Borysewicz | Energy Consultant Henry Borysewicz works as an energy consultant for a company called “Home Energy Science”. He performs home energy audits and examines the flow and conservation of energy in homes. He tells us how to more effectively use energy to save money.

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Date 12/02/10 Jeopardy contestant Stephanie Gagelin | UND Student Stephanie Gagelin is a UND student who was a contestant on the popular game show. She shares memories of her experience with us.

Date 12/09/10 Changing the system Nathan Gawlik | Foster Youth Nathan Gawlik is a UND student and he speaks to us about his experience with growing up in the foster care system. He tells us why he is so passionate about inspiring change in the system. Date 12/09/10 Holiday decor Darlene Shea | Nursery owner Hoiday center pieces are popular around Christmas time. Darlene Shea demonstrates how to hand-craft a festive floral arragement.

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E-News Letter Each month two marketing team interns write articles for the Studio One, E-News Letter. This electronic update is sent to friends and alumni of the project.

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Graphic design and promotions This season the marketing team developed the tag line “It’s your future. Let the show begin.” This tag line was used in promotional materials. Recruitment Designs:

(above) Recruitment poster and table tent design. Posters were placed in locations around campus. Table tents were set up in the dining centers. Design: Ryann Jones

(right) Studio One Season 46 logo. This modified logo was used on shirts, invitations and promotional materials. Design: Ryann Jones

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(left) Studio One T-Shirts design. Interns wore their shirts on specific days in the semester to promote the internship and show.

(above) Rubber wrist band. Wrist bands were handed out at campus booths.

(above) Studio One string bags. Bags were handed out during events.

(right) Studio One sticker. Ad placed on coffee sleeves at campus coffee shops.

(left) Night Life posters were placed around campus. Design: Ryann Jones

Deign: Ryann Jones

(left) Underwriter graphic used on Studio One Web site videos. Design: Jeff Flannigan

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Goals and strategies The marketing team has developed goals and strategies to increase recruitment numbers, promote the show and build teamwork within the program. Below are the goals the team planned to accomplish this semester. Feedback from surveys and group meetings are included on this evaluation of Season 46’s goals. Internal goals What was planned: Tailgating at homecoming football game o Hotdogs will be given away at booth o Bean bag toss Potluck midway through the season Bowling party End of Season Party What happened: Homecoming parade – parade and float went well. The team ran out candy before the union. Brynn’s dad brought a fantastic pickup for the float. Tailgating event – epic fail. It was a good idea but there was already a lot of free food. Students at the event were there mostly to drink. Intern turn-out was not what was expected. Only two additional interns showed up to help with the event. Potluck – this event was scheduled after the recruitment deadline and ended up being too close to the end of season party. The event had a successful turnout. End of Season Party – over 30 attendees. | Event was hosted in Skalicky Rm. 211. | Cost per person was $4. This was considerably cheaper than in previous semesters. | played minute-to-win-it games after food. Feedback: For internal events have a sign-up sheet – if not that many people want to come – cancel the event. | Try to schedule events so that we can remind interns at least a few weeks in advance | Bowling party should be taken off the schedule – low turnout. They even had the team change the date and then the people that had us change the date didn’t even come. Community service What was planned: Water Handout at Potato Bowl Run Red Kettle Event What happened: Water Hand-Out – the event was fun but the weather was very cold. | The organization seemed grateful for our help. If we do this again, wear warmer clothes. Operation Christmas Child – this was additional event the marketing team decided to do. Overall it was a successful event and we had more donations than for other projects. | People were more willing to donate items than time. Red Kettle event – intern turnout was quite poor for this event. Some interns were at the mall way too long. Get other team leaders to push ideas for their teams. It was a good event and idea but we were volunteered for too many time slots. Not too many people had to be by themselves.| it was hard to find enough volunteers for this event. But people who helped with the event had fun. Season 46 Season Summary Fall 2010


Feedback: Tell interns about events earlier Have involvement from team leaders Two events or projects would be about the right amount of community service events. Volunteer for only one spot for projects like the Red Kettle Campaign. Public awareness What was planned: Events and Promotions: Stickers on coffee sleeves Table tents Posters Bus Sign Weekly Press Releases Social Media Facebook quizzes Stories with national appeal will be posted on the YouTube channel 6 Booths on campus T-Shirt days Radio appearances Nightlife Homecoming parade Tail gating Memorial Union display case Expanding markets What happened/Feedback: Stickers on coffee sleeves – This event isn’t that time consuming and it is inexpensive. It’s not an effective recruitment tool, from surveys but it is a good way to build awareness for the program/logo. Table Tents – they were good but the paper should be thicker. By the time they were put up for the third time, they looked pretty hashed. But it was good to have them up three times a semester. Jeff and Zach were harassed by the lunch lady. Posters – The design and size were good. They were a bit bigger than most other posters. The photos on the poster helped make the promo more interesting. Merrifield was not the most cooperative for finding a place for the posters. Victoria had to talk to a person on every floor before hanging posters. Bus Signs – UND reserved the buses for the month of October so we could not do this promotion. Try to beat UND next semester. Weekly press releases – went well Social Media – Facebook contests went well. Videos from the homecoming parade, radio, dress rehearsal, bowling and other events were posted and encouraged visits to the S1 Web page. Facebook quizzes – these were helpful in getting more traffic to the Studio One social media sites. Traffic also would pic up on Web site when in conjunction with Facebook posts. Stories with national appeal on YouTube Channel - the plan was to promote different videos on You Tube. That didn’t really happen this semester. Booths – Weather was not a good fit for the hot chocolate hand-out. This October was way too warm – we were handing out coco on 80 degree days. The hand-out allowed for conversation while preparing the coco. The hand out made telling people about the internship more comfortable because it wasn’t weird that you were still trying talk Season 46 Season Summary Fall 2010


to them. The syrups were a good idea. Next year we should make a large sign that said the hot chocolate was free. Merrifield was a good place to have this booth because people seemed to have more time between classes and were hanging out. There was also a lot of traffic in the hallways of Merrifield. Wilkerson booth was cancelled because they charged $25 for the table fee. Wellness Center booth had its moments. Some strange people ended up at the booth. But it was hard to catch people, but at the Wellness Center seemed kind of fast paced. | I liked when we started bringing the promo items to give away such as the wristbands and the bags. Seemed to get more people to come talk to us. | The hot chocolate idea made sense for the fall booths, but in the end it didn't work out because of how warm it was. So I think that maybe something else could be given away that would be ok for both cool and warm weather. Students really liked the free hot chocolate (it would have been more of a hit if the weather cooperated!) T-Shirt days- T shirt days were kind of a bust because interns don't listen to the marketing team. Radio appearances – were fun | people do listen to the radio and it’s a great way to build awareness in the community even if everyone doesn’t plan on applying that hears the radio interview | Be careful what you promise the DJ what Studio One can do. He wanted to come on the show and kept on asking about it. The interns thought that he was joking but he was persistent in asking to come on the show. | DJ tended to make fun of people that mixed up song artists and titles. | Maybe only go on the radio during recruitment month. The 4 Wednesdays in October were the best interviews. Hockey Game/Night life – The past two nightlife events I have been to with Studio One haven't been very successful. We need to come up with a new creative way to market the internship. | Night life is tricky. I think if we could find out which events are most popular year after year and somehow tie in by sponsoring it that would be the best bet. | Try to get more interns (other than marketing team) to help out, especially on events such as night life, tailgating, homecoming, etc. It's more "powerful" when students can see how big we are and how united we are. | The one event that could have been a great success that wasn't, was the night life get together where we were going to watch the away Sioux game. We ended up not being able to watch the game, but we did draw quite a few people there. So, I think that that event should be kept, but next time make sure that the game was on TV. | We need to organize our Night Life event better, but we should attempt it again. | The nightlife event was successful except for the fact that the hockey game wasn't televised. | I would say to try the night life again as long as it isn't on a home hockey weekend. | Homecoming parade - PARADE WAS GREAT! I saw the float, it made Studio One look like a lot of fun. | Pickup added a professional touch to the float. Tail gating - Also, the tailgating was a good idea but I don't think it is something we should continue doing just because it isn't really the right atmosphere for student organizations (unless its fraternities). | I think we need to push the homecoming parade and tailgating events & try to get team leaders to encourage participation. | Tailgating did not have the success that we would have hoped; students were more concerned with drinking than learning about internships. Memorial Union display case - Memorial Union booth looked great however I noticed that there was no one on the News Team present in the display. There should be someone from every team. | This was a better display because it didn’t look too junky. But in the future an eisle would have been handy to get the display poster at eye level. Be prepared to wrap a box to get the poster up to a different height if no eisle is available. There are no plugins in the display cases. Expanding markets – the marketing team did not have time to pursue new markets for the show Updated recruitment videos – this was an additional goal the team felt necessary to address rather than expanding markets.

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Peer promos survey evaluation Wrist Band

String Bag

Table Tent Design

T-shirt Design

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Marketing team promos survey evaluation


Recrutiment Poster

Events that are most effective to recruit interns Survey options (for next three charts: table tents, poster, night life, class room presentation, radio appearances, booths, nomination calls, nomination letters, getting students to live show, T-shirt days, Promo items, Night Life event, Homecoming parade, Tailgating event, recruitment video, specific "job" videos on Web site, stickers on coffee sleeves, Other)

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Events that LEAST effeective in recruitment?

What events need the MOST improvement?

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Additional peer feedback: I think that non-marketing teamers should try harder to go to the intern only fun time events like the bowling party. Not sure how much you can do about that though. Don't be afraid to tell people how much you like Studio One when your just talking to people. You can promote it to friends or strangers you meet. If you talk about how much you like it when your not actually "on the job" it may seem even more credible I think the fun events with the addition of food will always bring in a lot of attention. People will always like to have fun and will always enjoy food. Maybe advertise to campus that we are wearing our tshirts and if you see someone with it, talk to them about the show. Or have us carry applications with us to give to those who notice shirts, or give prizes to those who notice the shirts...like how some radio stations use bumper stickers, and if a dj sees a car with a sticker, they are entered to win something. Basically just have some interaction with the tshirts, not just us wear them. All the recruitment events are good but some are just more affective than others. Make the class room presentations the best because that really gives students a chance to not only find out and see what Studio One is but to ask questions about it. Also the recruitment video is great but lets put some new people in it. Isn't it a bit old...? Also great energy at the booths on campus =) free hot chocolate is going to be a great way for people to stop by this winter so make them take a flyer to get the hot chocolate. Prize wheel is a great idea too, people love free stuff, I know I do!

Keep doing booths, classroom presentations, and involvement fairs. That is where the people that are most interested in finding internships will be. A lot of our recruitment events were successful as we saw a record number applicants. We took some risks and tried some new promotional events which sometimes paid off and sometimes didn't. Work hard and have fun! Learn from what didn't work for us and build on it. If we managed to get a high number of applicants and realized that we still didn't do everything right, you should be able to do it even better. Classroom presentations are always good and booths. I think it works best when Studio One interns are out talking to students. Again classroom presentations and booths are cheap and works best! Students need/like to see and hear in a personal way. Then they can also ask questions. We should do water or Gatorade or hand out upstairs in the “hand-out” area at the Wellness Center. There are also display boards at the Wellness Center. Another way to get involved campus would be to try to get the team involved with a league. Or maybe join a kickball league. Plan the first booth at least a week after the marketing team presentation– because it’s hard to coordinate timing without a meeting to plan the booths.

Promotional items What was planned: Promotional items

Rubber Wrist bands Drawstring bags Donations: The marketing team has contacted area business for prizes that could be used as incentives for students to fill out surveys or sign up for internship information Business contacted: Buffalo Wild Wings, Carmike Theater, Coldstone, Little Caesars’, Red Pepper, River Cinema Theater, Rhombus Guys Pizza, Slapshot Pizza, Stomping Grounds, Valley Dairy Season 46 Season Summary Fall 2010


What happened: Wrist band that has our Web site address and tag line featured, “It’s your future. Let the show begin.” Ordered string bags that had a large Studio One logo and Web address featured. Feedback: Our promo items might need to be switched up a little bit or at least the wrist bands. I liked when we started bringing the promo items to give away such as the wristbands and the bags. Seemed to get more people to come talk to us. We received promo items from: Red Pepper 4-$10 certificates, Valley Dairy (10) certificates for caramel rolls or coffee, River’s Cinema (6) tickets

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Recruitment: What was planned: 70 applicants (reached 65 applicants previous semester) 35 class presentations What happened: 77 applications 42 classroom presentations How are applicants learning about Studio One

Ads Appeared

Spring 05 Fall 05 Spring 06 Fall 06 Spring 07 Fall 07 Spring 08 Fall 08 Spring 09 Fall 09 Spring 10 Fall 10

Applicants For

Ads

Friend or Classmate

Walk-in

Season 36 (F05) 8 29 0 Season 37 (S06) 15 22 5 Season 38 (F06) 7 25 NA Season 39 (S07) 14 31 NA Season 40 (F07) 9 25 NA Season 41 (S08) 11 30 NA Season 42 (F08) 11 18 0 Season 43 (S09) 13 18 0 Season 44 (F09) 7 15 0 Season 45 (S10) 3 17 0 Season 46 (F10) 4 18 0 Season 47 (S10) 7 12 0 *Keep in mind that applicants for the listed season are viewing these medias in the previous semester.

List Serv (email)

Class Presentation

Other

1

43

25

NA

NA

106

88

4

26

22

NA

NA

94

69

1

22

25

6

5

91

68

6

24

20

12

3

110

72

5

25

17

11

3

95

60

11

24

19

6

4

105

66

2

19

16

6

4

76

52

4

21

17

2

3

78

60

1

15

16

1

1

56

47

0

17

28

0

0

65

58

1

17

4

3

2

49

65

2

27

Tour

Event

Total Media Received

Total Number of Applicants

26 4 1 79 77 "Other" includes: previously interned students, teachers, advisors, involvement expo, online (Web), nominations, tours, and family members.

Feedback: Classroom presentations continue to be one of the most effective recruitment tools. | Maybe have marketing team come to 3 instead of 2 presentations a semester | Interns from other teams helps give the class a different perspective.

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Audience Development: What was planned: 20 audience members per show What happened: Feedback: Other: Tour guides should get a little bit of training of what goes on in the editing bays and production control. This would helps to memorize your script when you can put it into your own words when a person forgets the script. Try to get some more training in so that marketing team can have a better knowledge of what happens on other teams.

Audience development evaluation Comments: We feel overall this year went pretty well for the audience development team. Unfortunately, we did not meet our goal of 20 audience members per show, but there were some unfortunate weeks. Some groups that are probably worth calling again next year are Crookston High School media class, Red River video production class, Norwegian students, and members from Ollie. Recommendations: The audience development team discussed and came up with ideas for the future teams. Calling teachers instead of emailing them is much more effective, even if you have to be persistent. We recommend that you try to call everyone instead of emailing them, if possible. A big thing we’d like to see a change in is the involvement with team leaders. If team leaders encouraged their team members to get back to the audience development as soon as possible or at all, we could’ve had a lot more possible audience members. Reporters did not give us contact information in a timely manner or at all in most cases. A solution to that would be to create some sort of word document or database that the reports could store the package name, the contact information for person in story, and a little background information on the story. In most cases, if we even heard back from reporters they did not give us sufficient information about the story to build audience members around that subject. Audience development team should contact reporters and guests as soon as possible to get the best possible results. Also, for next year, we think that it would be a good idea to try to invite more international students and possibly have success with the dorms, if contacted early enough.

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Dress Rehearsal

5

4%

September 23, 2010

9 7%

September 30, 2010

2 2%

October 7, 2010

6 5%

October 14, 2010

9 7%

October 21, 2010

10 8%

October 28, 2010

15 11%

November 4, 2010

20 15%

November 18, 2010

16 12%

December 2, 2010

15 11%

December 9, 2010

23

17%

Class Presentation

13

10%

From a friend

35

27%

Extra Credit opportunity

0

0%

Was featured in a story

0

0%

Family member

36

28%

Scheduled High School Visit

21

16%

Email invitation

7

5%

Other

22

17%


Budget The Marketing Team’s budget includes money from the summer promo items. The beginning budget was $3151.00. After the summer expenses of $1643.00 (pens, notebooks, and involvement expo carabineers) the marketing team was allocated $1508.00 for the fall semester. This money covered the costs of recruitment events, advertisements and duplicating. The following is a breakdown of the Season 46 marketing expenses. The chart shows planned costs and actual costs of the season. Category Promotional Events

Event Tailgating: hot dogs, buns Potato bowl Hockey game event at the Union Nightlife Homecoming Float/Supplies Hot Chocolate Handout Rubber Wristbands (500 qty) Drawstring Bags (100qty) Memorial Union Display Case Stickers

Planned $80.00 Free $60.00 Free $100.00 $100.00 $270.00 $191.00 $50.00 $40.00

Posters Table Tents Other Printing Notebooks Carabineers for Involvement Expo Pens Notebooks

$200.00 $200.00 $60.00 n/a n/a n/a n/a

589.00 $584.00

Dues & Fees Binders Long Distance Original Fall Budget Total Expenses Extra Money

$50.00 $30.00 $20.00 $3,151.00 $1451.00 $57.00

$32.00 $30.00 $2.61 $3,151.00 $2,764.00 $387.00

Duplicating

Summer expenses

Actual $67.00 Free $12.00 Free $70.00 $49.00 $250.00 $203.00 FREE $29.00 658 $392.00 $584.00 514.00

Other

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Classroom presentation analysis The goal of the Marketing Team was to go to a total of 35 classroom presentations. In the end, we totaled 45 classroom presentations. The team focused more on 100 level classes this season than we have in the past. The reason for this is we want to target a larger number of students at a younger age. The earlier and more frequently students hear about Studio One, the more likely they are to apply for an internship. Below are all of the classes that we spoke to. You can also see how many students signed up to hear more information about the program and the number of students that applied from each class. Wednesday, October 6 Time 9AM

Place OKELLY 157

11AM

MERRIFIELD 217 O Kelly 304 O KELLY 304 O Kelly 301

1PM 3PM 5pm

Class Interpersonal Communication – Jake Bell Graphic Design – Tim Pash

Signed Up

Applied

13

2

Interpersonal Communication – Hochstatter, Ronald Advertising and Society

9

2

3

Thursday, October 7 Time 9:30 AM 12:30 AM

Place OKELLY 101 OKELLY 101

Class Interpersonal Communication – Haslerud Opp, Mary Interpersonal Communication – Haslerud Opp, Mary

Signed Up 2

Applied 1

3

Friday, October 8 Time 10AM, 2PM, 2PM

Place Merrifield 114, Merrifield 111, Merrifield 10

Class Intro to Creative Writing- 3classes: Eric Haagenson, Kapelovitz, Brian Maxwell

Signed Up 8

Applied

Signed Up 5

Applied 2

1

Monday, October 11 Time 2PM

Place Merrifield 216

5PM

GAMBLE 3

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Class Richard Aregood - Community journalism Marketing Foundations - Baker, B


Tuesday, October 12 Time 12:30PM 12:30PM 5:30 PM

Place NURSING 204 Starcher 235 Gamble 215

Class Signed Up Popular Culture – Brett Ommen 3 Photography – Lynda Kenney 3 Personal Marketing – Traci 5 Kovar

Applied 3 1 1

Wednesday, October 13 Time 10AM, 11AM, 1PM, 2PM

Place Gamble 340

Class Intro to Business – 4 classes

Signed Up 14

Applied

Signed Up 11

Applied 2

Class Professional Selling – Bob Tangsrud

Signed Up 4

Applied

Color Photography - HUGHES 107 Suzanne Gonsalez Professional Selling – Bob Tangsrud

1

Intro to Film – Chris Jacobs

3

Class Television Production – Milo Smith

Signed UP 2

Intro to Theater Arts – Brad Reissling Color Photography – Suzanne Gonsalez Teras Lewycky - Advertising Creative Strategy

8

Thursday, October 14 Time Place Class 9:30AM Merrifield 300 COMM 103 Information, Tech & Social Chg, Richard Shafer 11AM OKELLY 201 Interpersonal Communication – Richard Fiardo Tuesday, October 19 Time 9:30AM 11AM 2PM 2 PM

Place GAMBLE 145 Hughes 108 GAMBLE 315 Merrifield 300

1

1

1

Wednesday, October 20 Time 9AM 11AM 1PM

Place STUDIO ONE STUDIO Cor/Larim 302 HUGHES 107

3PM

OKELLY 301

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Applied


Thursday, October 21 Time 9:30AM

Place OKELLY 228

12:30PM 2PM

Odegard 106 Odegard 356

Class Interpersonal Communication, Pamela Kalbfleisch AtSC 210 – Fred Remer AtSC 100 – Fred Remer

Signed UP 1

Applied

3 11

Friday, October 22 Time 11AM

Place Odegard 114.

Class

Signed UP 5

Applied

Class Advanced Photography– Suzanne Gonsalez IT 212 – GRAPHIC DESIGNLYNDA KENNEY Color Photography - Suzanne Gonsalez

Signed UP 3

Applied

Class Intro to Visual Arts - Anita Intro to Sports Business – Susan Nelson Intro to Sports Business – Suzan Nelson Dr. Abbott - Business & Profession Speaking

Signed Up Applied 5 1

AtSc 350 – Fred Remer

1

Monday, October 25 Time 9am

Place Hughes 263

10AM

STARCHER 151 Hughes 107

1PM

10

Tuesday, October 26 Time 8AM 11AM

Place Hughes Gamble 355

12:30PM

Gamble 390

5 PM

OKELLY 201

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Google Analytics The Studio One Web page has Google analytics tracking embedded to site code. The following pages illustrate visits to the site over the fall 2010 semester, visitor trends and the location of visitors to the site.

Season 46 Season Summary Fall 2010


www.studio1.und.edu/index.html

Aug 25, 2010 - Dec 14, 2010

Dashboard

Comparing to: Site Visits

300

300

150

150

0

0

Aug 30

Sep 9

Sep 19

Sep 29

Oct 9

Oct 19

Oct 29

Nov 8

Nov 18

Nov 28

Dec 8

Site Usage

6,650 Visits

58.33% Bounce Rate

15,780 Pageviews

00:01:58 Avg. Time on Site

2.37 Pages/Visit

61.98% % New Visits

Visitors Overview

Map Overlay Visitors

300

300

150

150

0

0 Aug 30 Sep 9

Sep 19 Sep 29 Oct 9

Oct 19

Oct 29

Nov 8

Nov 18 Nov 28 Dec 8

Visitors

4,282 Visits 1

Traffic Sources Overview

6,032

Content Overview Pages

Referring Sites

Pageviews

% Pageviews

/http://www.studio1.und.edu/ind

3,084

19.54%

/stories.html

1,096

6.95%

/alumni-all.html

869

5.51%

/index.html

809

5.13%

/aboutinternship.html

615

3.90%

2,463.00 (37.04%)

Search Engines 2,232.00 (33.56%)

Direct Traffic 1,955.00 (29.40%)

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www.studio1.und.edu/index.html

Aug 25, 2010 - Dec 14, 2010

Visitors Overview

Comparing to: Site Visitors

300

300

150

150

0

0

Aug 30

Sep 9

Sep 19

Sep 29

Oct 9

Oct 19

Oct 29

Nov 8

Nov 18

Nov 28

Dec 8

4,282 people visited this site 6,650 Visits 4,282 Absolute Unique Visitors 15,780 Pageviews 2.37 Average Pageviews 00:01:58 Time on Site 58.33% Bounce Rate 61.98% New Visits

Technical Profile Browser

Visits

% visits

Connection Speed

Visits

% visits

Internet Explorer

2,893

43.50%

T1

2,405

36.17%

Firefox

1,859

27.95%

Unknown

1,834

27.58%

Safari

1,127

16.95%

Cable

1,650

24.81%

661

9.94%

DSL

721

10.84%

29

0.44%

Dialup

33

0.50%

Chrome Mozilla Compatible Agent

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www.studio1.und.edu/index.html

Aug 25, 2010 - Dec 14, 2010

Traffic Sources Overview

Comparing to: Site Visits

300

300

150

150

0

0

Aug 30

Sep 9

Sep 19

Sep 29

Oct 9

Oct 19

Oct 29

Nov 8

Nov 18

Nov 28

Dec 8

All traffic sources sent a total of 6,650 visits 29.40% Direct Traffic

Referring Sites 2,463.00 (37.04%)

Search Engines

37.04% Referring Sites

2,232.00 (33.56%)

Direct Traffic 1,955.00 (29.40%)

33.56% Search Engines

Top Traffic Sources Sources

Visits

% visits

Keywords

Visits

% visits

(direct) ((none))

1,955

29.40%

studio one

293

13.13%

google (organic)

1,809

27.20%

studio one und

202

9.05%

facebook.com (referral)

1,004

15.10%

und studio one

113

5.06%

und.edu (referral)

454

6.83%

studio one grand forks

49

2.20%

search (organic)

195

2.93%

studio 1

47

2.11%

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www.studio1.und.edu/index.html

Aug 25, 2010 - Dec 14, 2010

Map Overlay

Comparing to: Site

Visits 1

6,032

6,650 visits came from 81 countries/territories Site Usage

Visits

Pages/Visit

Avg. Time on Site

% New Visits

Bounce Rate

6,650

2.37

00:01:58

62.02%

58.33%

% of Site Total: 100.00%

Site Avg: 2.37 (0.00%)

Site Avg: 00:01:58 (0.00%)

Site Avg: 61.98% (0.05%)

Site Avg: 58.33% (0.00%)

Country/Territory United States

Visits

Pages/Visit

Avg. Time on Site

% New Visits

Bounce Rate

6,032

2.45

00:02:03

59.75%

56.33%

Canada

125

1.78

00:01:42

80.80%

73.60%

Norway

124

1.93

00:01:13

75.00%

66.94%

Philippines

51

1.10

00:00:40

86.27%

90.20%

France

26

1.77

00:01:45

46.15%

61.54%

United Kingdom

26

1.42

00:00:11

100.00%

76.92%

Hungary

21

1.67

00:00:28

71.43%

95.24%

Germany

17

2.47

00:03:10

94.12%

70.59%

Australia

15

1.20

00:02:25

80.00%

86.67%

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India

15

1.13

00:00:33

86.67%

86.67% 1 - 10 of 81

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www.studio1.und.edu/index.html

Aug 25, 2010 - Dec 14, 2010

Content Overview

Comparing to: Site Pageviews

400

400

200

200

0

0

Aug 30

Sep 9

Sep 19

Sep 29

Oct 9

Oct 19

Oct 29

Nov 8

Nov 18

Nov 28

Dec 8

Pages on this site were viewed a total of 15,780 times 15,780 Pageviews 12,546 Unique Views 58.33% Bounce Rate

Top Content Pages

Pageviews

% Pageviews

/http://www.studio1.und.edu/index.html

3,084

19.54%

/stories.html

1,096

6.95%

/alumni-all.html

869

5.51%

/index.html

809

5.13%

/aboutinternship.html

615

3.90%

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