ALUMNI INTERVIEW: MILES LEICHER What was your major and when did you graduate? I started out as a Film Production major, but switched to Television Production and Broadcast Journalism after my freshman year. I received an honorable discharge (graduated) in May 2007. Where do you work now? For most of the year I work on
Less than two months after graduating, Chapman TV and Screenwriting student Clay Keller has won the $10,000 David & Lynn Angell Comedy Writing Fellowship for his original pilot script "Dinner Theater." The script was written by Clay for his FTV 328 Seminar in Television Writing course. The fellowship, part of the prestigious Humanitas Awards for excellence
If you can get by AF 208 tonight, my old friend “Toastmaster” Tom Kalajian is delivering his annual public-speaking sermon to the media-law class. Plenty of seats in the amphitheatre. Tricks of the trade on everything form a three-minute speech to Master of Ceremonies before an audience of thousands.
TV IS GOOD 4 U Comedies – Dramas – News – Documentaries Welcome to TV IS GOOD 4 U, the blog about all things TV at Chapman University. Just in the past few weeks here: Professor Pete Weitzner took students to a taping of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno We screened Rising