Every new day brought a new challenge. And every day, she tackled it head on. Because Savannah State is all about exposing students to opportunities they wouldn’t get anywhere else. And pushing them to take and make the most out of each and every one.
That’s why, in Fall 2016, the Journalism and Mass Communications department unveiled a brand-new, state-of-the-art broadcasting facility. The renovated two-studio space is decked out with an anchor desk, a three-camera set-up, a bank of computers loaded with industry-standard editing software, and a control room sporting the NewTek TriCaster production system. Just like the pros use.
Experiences like these (and tons of others) help Tigers amp up their skills – from filming and recording to reporting and producing – so they can kick-start their careers. Like alumni working at WSAV-TV-3, Ebony magazine, Tyler Perry Studios, and CNN. And even running their own P.R. firms, just like Gabrielle wants to do.
Another one of her dreams? Anchor a news program or host a talk show in Paris. Or New York. Or L.A. The way Gabrielle sees it, the world is full of boundless potential – and so is she. Seriously Impressive