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Spring 2014 'WVU News' team announced

Professor Gina Dahlia made public this week the names of the students who will anchor the Spring 2014 episodes of “WVU News”. Andrew Sealy of Throop, N.Y., will be the main anchor of the show while Taylor Eaton of Fraziers Bottom, W.Va., and Victoria Licata of Weirton, W.Va. will co-anchor. Sports anchors were also announced. They are Joe Mitchin of Canton, Ohio, and Brittany Cavanaugh of Plains, Pa.

Ardath Osborne and Cory Sanchez will be the executive producers of the show.

 Spring 2014 “WVU News”

Reporters include:

Alissa Hudak and Morgan Farr – Sports
Andrew Sealy and Robert Gillispie – Police/Fire/Courts Crime
Lauren Procopio and Nicole Linder – Government/Legislative
Megu Kolanko – Health/Medical
Josh Cooper – Consumer
Brandon Hite and Victoria Licata – Education
Ian Moore and Jeffrey Thomas – WVU Campus
Zak Voreh and Adam Woodring – Non-Profit/Seniors 
Laken Vita – Entertainment
Adam King – Recreation
Taylor Eaton and Tiet Tran – Star City/Westover
Ryan Fadus and Will Hirsch – Economic Development

“WVU News” is a student-produced show that airs statewide on West Virginia PBS as part of “Campus Connection.” The newscast was awarded first place in the student newscast competition and the BEA “Best of Festival King Foundation Award” at the 2011 BEA Festival of Media Arts. Visit to learn more.