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UNLV Student Journalists to Cover Election Night Live from Greenspun Hall

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Students from Greenspun journalism school to webcast four hours of live election results, remote reports and political analysis.
Campus News  |  Oct 30, 2012  |  By UNLV Media Relations
Media Contact: UNLV Office of Media Relations (702) 895-3102

Students in the Hank Greenspun School of Journalism and Media Studies will provide four hours of live election night coverage Nov. 6.

Broadcasting live from the lobby of Greenspun Hall and the UNLV-TV studios, students will provide election results and on-site reports from campaign headquarters all over the city. The coverage will stream online at

From 7 p.m. to 11 p.m., the cast and crew from the student-run newscast "Studio G" will report and produce the coverage, and students from various journalism classes will provide remote reports and background research. The cast of the "Scramble," a student UNLV talk show, will serve as discussion panel members.

"I hope to turn the lobby of Greenspun Hall into 'election central' for the campus," said Gary Larson, journalism professor and executive producer for the webcast.

Candidates, local political pundits and campus experts will be invited to provide insight on election results throughout the night.

Learn more about student-produced programs on UNLV-TV.