Centre County Report: March 24, 2017

Newscast posted March 27, 2017 in Centre County Report by Centre County Report


On today's newscast: State College's West End is getting a facelift that may help boost local business. And, President Trump's proposed budget plan may affect a local senior program. The mumps outbreak also continues at the Penn State.

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Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Victoria is a senior at Penn State pursuing a degree in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Entrepreneurship and Innovation. She is a bilingual, highly ambitious and passionate individual that will always go the extra mile. She has had obtained internships in production, radio, reporting and copy editing. Upon graduation in May 2017, she plans to pursue a career in the broadcasting or editorial industry.

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Paige Woiner

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Paige hopes to work as a news producer after she graduates in May 2017. She has interned at Fox News Channel in New York City and WPXI-TV Pittsburgh.  At Penn State, she is the executive producer of Penn State Network News and a producer for 46 LIVE. She previously worked as a reporter for The Daily Collegian and an editor and reporter for The Behrend Beacon at Penn State Behrend.

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Alyssa Gregory

Junior / Broadcast Journalism

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Morganne Mallon

Senior / Broadcast Journalism and International Politics

Morganne is a director for the Centre County Report. She additionally serves as an executive producer and director for 46 LIVE, the live THON webcast, and the multimedia producer for The Daily Collegian, Penn State’s independent student newspaper. She has previously interned at CNN, Penn State Athletics and PennLive.com. Morganne aspires to work in television or video production when she graduates in May 2017.

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Senior / Broadcast Journalism

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Brian Kelly

Senior / Telecommunications