Centre County Report: September 20, 2019

Newscast posted September 20, 2019 in Centre County Report by Centre County Report

On today's Centre County Report: legal action in a deadly shooting case. Also, a woman seriously injured in a bike accident speaks out on the dangers in our area. And one of the keys to success for State High Little Lions' football. 

About the Contributors

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Carlos Flores

Senior /

Carlos Flores is from Alexandria, Virginia, double majoring in broadcast journalism and hospitality management looking for an opportunity to grow and perfect his craft. He is actively involved with five student organizations and is focused maximizing his college experience. As his college career comes to a close, Carlos plans to leave Penn State the way he entered, putting forth 100% effort. You can contact him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address) or on Twitter @CarlosCFlrores

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Dylan Huberman

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Dylan Huberman is a Centre County Report student, a contributor for CommRadio, where he formerly served as the co-host of several talk shows, including the NFL talk show “The Point After” with Tyler King, and “Empire State College” with Charles Hart, and also makes regular appearances for PSNtv’s “Penn State Sports Night.” Nicknamed “Hot-take Huberman” by CommRadio alum George Stockburger, Dylan is known for his fiery, outside-the-box style of sports analysis. Outside of Penn State, Dylan has worked as a desk assistant for ABC News out of their Los Angeles Bureau, as well as an intern in the sports department with KABC-TV Los Angeles, and is an editorial writer for Clutchpoints, covering the NBA and NFL. One day, Dylan hopes to make it onto television as a sports analyst or play-by-play announcer, but is very interested in sports radio and editorial writing as well. Follow him on Twitter @dylanhuberman or email him at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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Travis Sutton

Junior / Telecommunications

Travis Sutton is the director of the production department he oversees and helps create productions elements for varying live sports broadcasts. He also directs the installation of these and other elements into station software. Travis aspires to work in production for a major sports network or national sports league. To contact, send an email to .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Meghan Drakas

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

I love to travel and have been all over the world including Paris, Rome, Turks & Caicos, and my favorite city in the world, London. I enjoy meeting new people and experiencing culture different than my own. Getting to know other people and giving them a platform to tell their stories is a blessing and I’m so thankful I get to live out my dream everyday.

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Kacey Gill

Senior / Telecommunications

Kacey Gill is a senior from Stamford, Connecticut. In the Fall of 2019, she served as director/technical director for the Centre County Report and is currently one of four executive producers for the program. She is also head editor for the PSNtv show After Hours and has interned with NBC 4 NY and WPSU Sports. To contact Kacey, email her at: .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Stephen Svitko

4 / Broadcast Journalism

Stephen is a senior from Camp Hill, Pennsylvania majoring in Broadcast Journalism and minoring in Sociology. His passion for sports led him to join the John C. Curley School for Sports Journalism within the Donald P. Bellisario College of Communications. Stephen has been a member of the Penn State Blue Band for four years and values the lessons he’s learning there: leadership, dedication, and diligence. These are all values he brings to his work as a journalist.