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NewsVision 4-23-15

1 week 6 days ago

Tonight on NewsVision, ground is broken on the long awaited pedestrian overpass of US-1 Federal Highway. We will tell you what President Shalala had to say about the project. And, we will introduce you to a UM Alum who is using music to make an impact in the community.<br /> <br /> #NewsVision #FinalNV #WeAreSoC #UM

 

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NewsVision is UMTV’s award winning, fast paced, half-hour campus news show. The half-hour news program covers local, state, national and international news with materials produced by UM students. NewsVision goes LIVE every Thursday at 7 P.M.

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Thursday > 7:00 PM & 9:30 PM

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Oliver Redsten
Online Editor

Oliver Redsten started off his UMTV career in his freshman year as the sports anchor of NewsVision. After one semester as sports anchor, he was promoted to co-anchor of the program. Redsten also works as a play-by-play announcer for the University of Miami’s student radio station, WVUM. He has traveled around the region covering Hurricanes basketball, baseball, and volleyball. Over the summer he interned at WMTV, the Madison affiliate of NBC.Although he loves the Miami Hurricanes, Redsten will always be a die-hard Wisconsin Badgers fan.

Nick Swyter
Station Manager

Nick Swyter has been a member of UMTV since his freshman year. For producing an in-depth story on immigration reform, Swyter was recently awarded the Society of Professional Journalism’s 2013 Mark of Excellence Award. His international reporting experience includes interning at Indonesia’s MetroTV News and a Pulitizer Center on Crisis Reporting fellowship that took him to an indigenous region of Panama. He hopes to innovate UMTV by introducing digital tools and techniques that he picked up as an intern at the Knight Foundation. 

Elena Tayem
Executive Producer

Elena Tayem is a senior at the University of Miami majoring in broadcast journalism and political science. She has interned at the Fox News Channel for the past two summers, first on Hannity and then as a college content reporter. In addition to her work at UMTV, she is a Resident Assistant at the Mahoney Residential College and is the president of the National Broadcasting Society. This semester she will intern at WPTV in West Palm Beach.