Centre County Report: November 30, 2018

Newscast posted November 30, 2018 in Centre County Report by Centre County Report

On today's Centre County Report: Penn State students affected by the California wildfires. Plus, we catch up with several of the more than 800,000 hunters in Pennsylvania to see what deer season means to them. And a look at what bowl game the Nittany Lions might be heading to over the holidays.

About the Contributors

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Ellie French

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Ellie French is a senior majoring in broadcast journalism. She spent the past two summers as a sports intern for NBC Washington and NBC Sports Bay Area/California. She currently serves as a member of the ComRadio Sports department and was elected as Vice President for the Association for Women in Sports Media (AWSM). Ellie also serves as an anchor and producer for PSNTv’s longest-running sports show Penn State Sports Night. Ellie aspires to one day work as a sideline reporter for a major network or serve on the College GameDay panel. You can contact her at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

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Brandon Pelter

Senior / Broadcast Journalism

Brandon Pelter is a senior from Somers, New York. During his time with CommRadio, Brandon has served as an editor and Sports Director, and currently serves as the station’s general manager. For the past two summers, Brandon interned as a play-by-play broadcaster with the YD Red Sox of the prestigious Cape Cod Baseball League. He formerly interned with Westwood One Sports. To contact him, email .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).

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Erin Noon

Junior / Broadcast Journalism

Erin Noon is a junior from Schuylkill County, PA. She is a broadcast journalism major and sociology minor. Erin is involved in CommRadio as a reporter, anchor, and producer and is thankful for all of the opportunities CommRadio has provided. Some recent experiences include reporting for CommRadio’s first ever election show and producing the THON 2017 recap. Through her experiences she aspires to be an anchor or producer for a news station. Her biggest dream is to work for Saturday Night Live.

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Logan Westrope

Junior / Communications

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Grace Hayba

Senior / Broadcast Jouranlism

Grace Hayba is currently reporting for the Centre County Report and is a senior at the Pennsylvania State University. She previously worked for NBC4 Washington as a newsroom intern and for the Walt Disney World Company. Originally from Loudoun County, VA, she came to Penn State specifically for their communications program and is excited to learn more about storytelling and how to improve her writing skills.

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Ryan Hatfield

Junior /

Ryan is a Telecommunications major with an English minor at Penn State University, originally from Harrisburg, PA. He has interned for B94.5 Radio, Lady Lions Basketball, and the Harrisburg Improv Theatre working with social media, video/audio production, graphic design and writing. Ryan is involved with many organizations on campus, including Phroth, Penn State’s Humor Publication, Second Floor Stand-up and The Lion 90.7FM, amongst others. Currently, he is working for Centre County Report as a director.

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Anastasia Skold

Senior / Telecommunication

“Creativity is intelligence having fun.” As senior majoring in Telecommunications and minoring in Political Science at The Pennsylvania State University, Anastasia has already learned a lot about broadcast media. She’s acquired hands on training in a control room for multi-camera live productions. Along with this, she has expanded her knowledge with social media, photography and videography by working independently on projects. Currently, she is interning with Penn State Athletics covering a variety of games during the fall semester. She is also the Internal Director for State of State. Anastasia fell in love with a faced paced environment and hopes to bring her creative talents to a producer position in the near future. You can contact Anastasia at .(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address).