This episode is by far the one I am most proud of. My co-producer and I took our responsibilities to the next level as we did everything by ourselves. We have mastered the TriCaster and developed a fluid method of assigning and editing stories. There are still small nuances I would like to fix, but this episodes marks more room for creativity in future issues.
From a young age, my mother instilled in me that as a woman, I can do anything I set my mind to. She also pointed me to who would be my role model for the next four years and counting: Megyn Kelly, someone who personifies feminism, though she may never outwardly say it.
Two more pages. Another layout experience under my belt. This one done in the thick of holiday hype. Often times, layout week and InkTV filming fall at the same exact time. This being another one of those weeks, it required a lot of commitment and time management to complete everything on deadline.
After sleepless nights, hundreds of coffees, countless extracurricular activities and copious amounts of standardized testing, you are accepted into your dream college – and you are thousands of dollars in debt.
Another episode on an extremely strict deadline. The turn around between the October and November episodes was virtually nonexistent. November is a month full of breaks and tests. This episode was produced in around 2 weeks. The bulk of the work was done the week of my midterm exams, so I had to split myself between studying and InkTV. My usually pristine organizational skills were put to the test when we had to re-film the studio portion of the show. But I wouldn’t be able to learn all that I do if I didn’t make mistakes.
This episode showed a monumental improvement since September. Over the course of the month, I changed the live set in…
With 11 Tony Awards, one Pulitzer Prize for Drama and one Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album in 2016, it’s hard not to have heard of “Hamilton,” a revolutionary hip-hop musical starring the “Ten-dollar Founding Father,” Alexander Hamilton.