Centre County Report: April 8, 2016

Newscast posted April 8, 2016 in Centre County Report by Centre County Report

Loading...

On today's Centre County Report, we bring you the latest on a new executive order in Pennsylvania that will change employment in the state. Plus, people in our area will come together for Relay for Life this weekend. We'll fill you in on the celebrations leading up to the annual event. 

About the Contributors

Sam DelRosso's photo

Sam DelRosso

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Sam DelRosso is currently a reporter and anchor for the Centre County Report. She is a member of the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism. Sam is pursuing a career in television news.

She has gained valuable reporting experience through internships with Comcast SportsNet, WJAC-TV, GoPSUSports.com, and Big Ten Network Student U.

To contact Sam, email her at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

victorialaguardia's photo

victorialaguardia

Senior / Telecommunications

Kaitlyn Cannon's photo

Kaitlyn Cannon

Senior / Telecommunications

Kaitlyn is currently a production intern for C-NET, Centre County’s Government and Education Access Network, and has been since the Fall of 2015. In the summer of 2015, Kaitlyn was an editing intern with Anatomy Media in New York, NY. During her time at Penn State, Kaitlyn has served on the production crew and as camera operator for two separate live webcasts; one being the Homecoming Parade webcast in September of 2014 and the other being the live webcast of Penn State School of Theatre’s recent production of Julius Caesar. When she graduates, Kaitlyn wants to pursue a career in Television News.

Ryan Belz's photo

Ryan Belz

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

I am currently a senior at The Pennsylvania State University pursuing a bachelors degree in broadcast journalism with a minor in geography. I am also pursuing certification in weather forecasting. I am currently a Reporter for the Centre County Report, a Fill-in Meteorologist for WENY News and a Shift Manager for the Campus Weather Service. I was able to gain valuable knowledge and experience during my internship and work at WENY News.

Alexandra Hogan's photo

Alexandra Hogan

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Alexandra is a reporter and anchor for the Centre County Report. She is an international studies minor and has lived in Switzerland, Israel, Spain, and in the U.S. She fluently speaks French and English. Her internships include Bloomberg News in New York City, NBC News4 in Washington, DC, and the 2013 ESPY Awards in Los Angeles. At Penn State, she has produced and reported for 46LIVE, the broadcast of Penn State’s 46 hour dance marathon. Alexandra has a passion for investigative journalism and hopes of becoming an investigative reporter for a national market.

RyanRuff's photo

RyanRuff

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

This is Ryan Ruff, a senior at the Penn State University majoring in broadcast journalism with a minor in business liberal arts. Through his major, he is a member of the John Curley Center for Sports Journalism within the College of Communications.

Currently, Ruff is a sports producer, play-by-play and color announcer, beat writer and production assistant for Penn State’s Comradio. Through Comradio, he has had the pleasure of announcing events at Wells Fargo Center, Pegula Ice Arena, Beaver Stadium, Bryce Jordan Center, Medlar Field at Lubrano Park and Beard Field.

Attending Penn State has not only provided Ruff with a fantastic learning experience and the chance to develop skills as a broadcaster, but also helped transition him into various internships with WBAL-TV in Baltimore, MD. and 1470 WTTR in Westminster, MD.

BrianHoyson93's photo

BrianHoyson93

Senior / Broadcast

Born in Baltimore, Maryland, Brian has always had a passion for telling the human story.