It seemed like so long ago the last time I was on set as the Sports Anchor for WVU News. Throughout the week at times it was frustrating preparing for show, but the end result was rewarding.
After watching the show, I felt like you could not only see the difference in myself from the first show, but I also felt like everyone on set improved just compared to show three. Being able to finish taping in as many as three takes was jaw dropping. Seeing Professor Dhalia walk into the studio with a smile and saying “That’s it, we’re done” almost seemed like a dream, but it is truly only a testament to our growth as a class. The class has made everyone better, and you saw it reflect on set. On set as far as talent, everyone read well with energy, and it is not just the people on set improving. We saw a flawless show from our producer and director as well. Our floor director cued us with perfect timing, and that all starts in the control room.