RADIO TEAM A 1
RUNDOWN
Show open music 0:30
News, weather 3:02
Sports 2:30
Music 0:15
Paintball segment 3:04
Game room seg...
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RADIO SCRIPT FOR FRIDAY DECEMBER 13
OPEN TRT :30
ASHLIN: Good morning, I’m Ashlin Robison and my co-host th...
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communicate with real engineers about updates from any railroad station in Pennsylvania. The
remaining sche...
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---------------------------------------------------Game Room 2:30------------------------------------------...
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---------------------------------------------Frozen Review 3:31--------------------------------------------...
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Also out in theaters today is “Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas”. In this comedy movie Madea helps
a friend ...
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The Avis United Methodist Church at 215 Prospect Avenue will be having Santa Clause coming to
town for a co...
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EMERGENCY READER PSA’s
Public Service Announcements:
#1 (0:25)
Got some aluminum cans that you never use? W...
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Final Radio Show Script

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Final Radio Show Script

  1. 1. RADIO TEAM A 1 RUNDOWN Show open music 0:30 News, weather 3:02 Sports 2:30 Music 0:15 Paintball segment 3:04 Game room segment 2:27 Music 0:15 Fatina’s Segment 4:07 Music 0:15 Frozen Review 3:31 Christmas Segment 2:32 Music 0:15 Upcoming movies 1:30 Upcoming events 2:00 Kicker 0:35 Closing music 0:30 Emergency reader (1:00)
  2. 2. RADIO TEAM A 2 RADIO SCRIPT FOR FRIDAY DECEMBER 13 OPEN TRT :30 ASHLIN: Good morning, I’m Ashlin Robison and my co-host this morning is Emily Bagushinkski. Welcome to the Haven Half. Today we are bringing you ways to take celebrate the end of finals, a look at the paintball club and a first look at the new movie “Frozen”, but first the news. In national news, President Barack Obama, Former President George W. Bush, Secretary of State’s Hilary Clinton and first ladies Michelle Obama and Laura Bush left the country to attend the memorial of Nelson Mandela, the president of South Africa. They flew to Johannesburg, South Africa on Monday, December 9th. Preceding President Bill Clinton, his daughter Chelsea, and earlier President Jimmy Carter have scheduled to attend this memorial. TRT 1:07 EMILY: The wife of an American pastor begged to a House Committee in foreign affairs to free her husband from Iran on Thursday, December 12th. It’s believed that Saeed Abedini, the woman’s husband, went to Iran to build an orphanage but was sent to Evin Prison in Tehran due to his Christian beliefs. Naghmeh Abedini, his wife, told lawmakers, “I feel my husband has been abandoned.” 33 year old Saeed has been beaten and threatened in prison because Iranian officials feel that President Obama will not help this man. Naghmeh has been negotiating with the Iranian government about her husband’s freedom and hopes more will come out of this by Christmas. TRT 1:42 ASHLIN: Protestors in Kiev, Ukraine rebuilt barricades that had been torn down by riot police on Wednesday, December 11th. These protestors were sitting outside of Maidan’s Independence Hall and Kiev’s City Hall for days due to President Viktor Yanukovych (Ya-noo-ka-veech) not signing an agreement that would strengthen their cooperation with the European Union. United States Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland declared, “ I made it absolutely clear to him that what happened last night, what has been happening in security terms here, is absolutely impermissible in a European state, in a democratic state.” From this event, 10 policemen and 30 protestors were injured. Ukrainian Prime Minister Mykola Azarov told the government that they would like to sign the European Integration Deal if the European Union would give 20 billion euros to their country. TRT 2:29 EMILY: Meanwhile in local news, on Tuesday, December 10th, the Clinton Central Model Railroad club held its first open house for the upcoming year. In it, they had multiple “Thomas the Tank Engine” trains on a built railroad. The members of the club are working on making a freeware program named Java Modern Railroad Interface where members can have the opportunity to
  3. 3. RADIO TEAM A 3 communicate with real engineers about updates from any railroad station in Pennsylvania. The remaining scheduled open houses for 2013 start on December 14th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., December 17th from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. and December 28th from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. It continues throughout January 11th, January 25th and February 15th 2014. No cost is necessary and anyone can visit. TRT 3:14 ASHLIN: Today’s weather calls for a high of 31 with scattered flurries throughout the day, so put on those mittens! On Saturday, make sure you bring snow boots, hats and coats with you! The high will be 25 with an 80 percent chance of snow all day. 33 degrees will be the high on Sunday with snow showers and a 17 degree low in the evening. TRT 3:32 EMILY: And now here’s reporter Jaafar Warren with the latest news in Sports. ------------------------------------------------Jafaar’s Reader 2:30-------------------------------------------------- ASHLIN: Thank you Jaafar! Please stay tuned to hear about the paintball club and other opportunities for you to take a break from your studies and meet new people! TRT 6:14 -----------------------------------------------------Music :15----------------------------------------------------------- EMILY: Do you like paintball? Or even just have an interest? LHU Paintball club is a great way to meet new people, stay active, and travel. Here's Will Cawley with Johnathan Rowland of the LHU Paintball club -----------------------------------------------Paintball Segment 3:04------------------------------------------------ TRT 9:44 i.c. This is Will Cawley reportin…. o.c. “ok well thank you Jonathan for your time and good luck with the rest of the year.” EMILY: For more info, contact Johnathan at jrowlan2@lhup.edu or search LHU Paintball club on Facebook. ASHLIN: I'm sure many students breeze past the game room in passing but not many know all the opportunities that it has to offers. Here is Quanya Myers with the story. TRT 10:06
  4. 4. RADIO TEAM A 4 ---------------------------------------------------Game Room 2:30--------------------------------------------------- TRT 12:33 i.c. Hidden away on the bottom floor of the PUB is the game room. o.c. So next time you're looking for something to do, stop by the game room. ASHLIN: The game room is open Monday through Friday from 8 am to 11 pm. Saturday's from 11 am to 11 pm and Sunday from 11 pm to 11 pm. EMILY: Don’t leave now; we have a look at what technology has in store for the fate of the written word! And we don’t want you to miss it! TRT 12:51 -----------------------------------------------------Music :15------------------------------------------------------------ ASHLIN: Books continue to evolve and adapt over time but how long will they last. Here’s reporter Fatina Kirkpatrick as she flips through the pages of what will happen to the written word. TRT 13:16 ------------------------------------------------Fatina’s Segment 4:07------------------------------------------------- TRT 17:23 i.c. I was sitting in my room the other day o.c. Although the format may change the readers remain the same ASHLIN: Thank you Fatina for your take on how the digital age has changed the way we interact with books. It certainly is interesting how the world continues to evolve around us because of technology. EMILY: Coming up we have a movie review of the new Disney film hitting theaters. So stay tuned! TRT 17:39 -----------------------------------------------------Music :15------------------------------------------------------------ EMILY: And now for you Disney fans we have a review of "Frozen", the new Disney movie based on the fairy tale by Hans Christian Anderson. This movie has taken the top spot of the box office. Here is Kathleen Ellison with more. TRT 18:06
  5. 5. RADIO TEAM A 5 ---------------------------------------------Frozen Review 3:31----------------------------------------------------- TRT 21:37 i.c. (audio clip) “In Arendell’s fair kingdom….” o.c.(audio clip) “….hang in there guys!” EMILY: That was Kathleen Ellison. "Frozen" is out in theaters now. It will be playing at the Roxy theater this weekend so grab a friend and go see it for a fun night to celebrate the end of finals. ASHLIN: Christmas is one of those memorable holidays where families near and far come to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, sing Christmas carols and admire their Christmas trees. Here’s reporter Julia Jackson with more details. TRT 21:59 ---------------------------------------------Christmas Segment 2:30 ----------------------------------------------- TRT 24:31 i.c. Roman and European festivals were conducted during the end of the winter solstice to define Christmas…. o.c. Today, many countries refer to Saint Nicholas differently. For example, the Netherlands use Sinter Klaas, Great Britain says Father Christmas and Pere Noel in France. However, the United States will always refer to him as Santa Clause. “Merry Christmas!” ASHLIN: For more information, visit cnn dot com slash events. Happy holidays! EMILY: Coming up we have events on campus, movies to catch in theaters as well as some strange news. TRT 24:42 -----------------------------------------------------Music :15------------------------------------------------------------ TRT 24:57 ASHLIN: There are plenty of movies out in theaters this week for you to go see after your finals. “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” is finally in theaters today. The continuation of the much acclaimed Lord of The Rings prequel features the dwarves and Bilbo Baggins continuing their quest to reclaim Erebor from the great dragon Smaug. This fantasy movie stars Martin Freeman, Ian McKellen, and Richard Armitage.
  6. 6. RADIO TEAM A 6 Also out in theaters today is “Tyler Perry’s A Madea Christmas”. In this comedy movie Madea helps a friend to visit her daughter in the country for Christmas. The movie stars Tyler Perry, Chad Michael Murray, Tika Sumpter and Larry the Cable Guy. The thriller “Hours” is out in theaters today. A father fights to keep his daughter alive during hurricane Katrina in this intense drama. The movie stars the late Paul Walker, as well as Genesis Rodriguez, Nancy Nave and Shane Jocobsen. You can still find the movie “The Hunger Games: Catching Fire” in theaters this weekend. This sci-fi action movie has Katniss Everdeen being the target of the capitol and back in the arena. The movie stars Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson and Liam Hemsworth. Get ready for next week’s movie releases too. Celebrate the holidays and the end of the semester by catching some of the movies coming out next Friday like “Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues”, “American Hustle”, “Saving Mr. Banks”, or “Walking with Dinosaurs”. That is this week’s news in upcoming movie releases. Remember that students can purchase discounted tickets for the Roxy Theater in the Parson’s Union Building. TRT 26:27 EMILY: There are a lot of events going on this weekend The fall 2013 semester may be ending today, but some students won’t be taking a long break because they are taking online courses for 3 weeks. Here are some important dates for those winter intersession students: Course enrollments will be reviewed today. An average of 25 registered students among all courses is required as of today. This Monday, December 16th , will be the last day to add a winter intersession course. The last day to drop a winter intersession course is Wednesday, December 18th by 5:00 p.m. and it is also the due date for payments. If the class payment is not turned in, you will not be registered to take your desired course. Thursday, December 19th is the first day of winter intersession classes. Lock Haven University will be closed from Wednesday, December 25th to Wednesday, January 1st. Wednesday, January 15th will be the last day of classes. Final grades are due on Sunday, January 19th. Those are all the important dates for students taking an online winter intersession course. Best of luck to all students taking one.
  7. 7. RADIO TEAM A 7 The Avis United Methodist Church at 215 Prospect Avenue will be having Santa Clause coming to town for a community breakfast this Saturday. Breakfast will be served from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. and Jolly Old Saint Nick will be giving presents to all the children in attendance. The event is free and all are welcome. Lock Haven University students will continue the 13th annual student pottery sale today at the Art Annex building on Railroad Street. All sale proceeds are shared between the students and the local non-profit organization Clinton County HELP for Pets. The sale will be from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. today. For more information contact LHU Art Professor Vance McCoy at 570-484-2134 The Lock Haven University Commencement Ceremony will be held at the Thomas Fieldhouse tomorrow at 2:00 p.m. Undergraduate program students will be walking the stage to receive their Associate and Bachelor Degrees. That’s it for this week’s upcoming events. TRT 28:27 ASHLIN: Now for some weird news. It’s not every day you see a 50 ton 1969 Chieftain battle tank rolling down the road... or into the side of a guardrail…twice. 58-year-old Jeffrey Glossop was attempting to get the tank up a hill where it was dropped off after he purchased it…when suddenly he was crashing his tank into a guardrail. He gave it another try, but to no avail- he crashed into the other guardrail across the highway. Glossop was cited by Oregon State Police Lt. Gregg Hastings for reckless driving and first- degree criminal mischief. TRT 29:02 EMILY: You’re listening to the Haven Half on WHLU Radio. Thank you for joining us today. Our executive producer this week was Kathleen Ellison and our technical director was Fatina Kirkpatirck. [Special signoff i.e. “happy holidays and be safe while traveling”] CLOSE TRT 30:00
  8. 8. RADIO TEAM A 8 EMERGENCY READER PSA’s Public Service Announcements: #1 (0:25) Got some aluminum cans that you never use? Well don’t throw them away just yet. Big Mountain is collecting them and you can earn some cash. Send them to Big Mountain located at route 150 in Avis across from the Avis Minute Mart. Big Mountain is open on Fridays from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and on Saturdays from 8 a.m. to noon. Call them today at 570-753-5192. #2 (0:19) Are you looking for a Christian group on the Lock Haven University campus? Well look no further because Full Gospel Fellowship may be the group for you. Full Gospel Fellowship meets every Thursday at 7:00 p.m. at room 407 in Raub Hall. Full Gospel Fellowship has been a spirit-filled ministry at LHU since 1982. #3 (0:24) Were you a wrestler back in high school but never thought about wrestling for the division 1 LHU team? Well that’s a problem for you can still wrestle here at the Haven. Sign up for Lock Haven University’s wrestling club by calling David Sheesley at 570-428-2517. The club meets every Wednesday at Mat-Town USA located at the Airport Museum at Lock Haven.

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