World Cultural Festival promotes greater understanding

Video posted March 31, 2012 in News by Terry-Ann Masters


International Student Council Public Relations Officer Simmy Olusola-Ajayi believes the World Cultural Festival is important because it's the time of year where all cultures should be acknowledged.

(Video reporting by Terry-Ann Masters, edited by Aqiyla McLean)


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Terry-Ann Masters

2012 Graduate / Broadcast Journalism

My name is Terry-Ann Masters. I am majoring in Broadcast Journalism and minoring in English at The Pennsylvania State University. I am knowledgeable with the computer video editing program Final Cut Pro, as well as the editing program Pro Tools. I have filmed men’s soccer as well as men’s and women’s basketball for the Big Ten Network through Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics. Within Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics I also acted as the Assistant Director, which allowed me to choose and display the graphics on the jumbo tron during basketball games. While at Penn State I participated in PSNtv which (in addition to my time with Penn State Intercollegiate Athletics) familiarized me with various camera types, as well as on screen etiquette. I also took classes that taught me how to do stand-ups, voice overs, packages, familiarized me with various camera lighting and also helped refine my Final Cut Pro skills. All of this has taught me how to put together an excellent package. I have also spent time anchoring, producing, and writing for a radio show. This experience has familiarized me with the radio business and I find that I would also be able to work well in the radio environment.

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Aqiyla McLean

2012 Graduate / Broadcast Journalism

Aqiyla McLean is a senior majoring in Broadcast Journalism at the Pennsylvania State University. She is an aspiring reporter who hopes to land a job in televisions an on-air sports personality.