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Javelina Broadcast Network Looks to Grow

Javelina Broadcast Network Looks to Grow

Rising early to tailgate and barbeque, while wearing a school jersey, is what most people do to prepare for a sporting affair. The Javelina Broadcast Network is also there in the early hours of the day. But instead of enjoying the tailgate and the rich aroma of meat cooking in the air, the JBN crew is at the stadium, setting up. They run the wires all across the field, connect the cameras to the tri caster and test the equipment to ensure it works. These are just a few of the many preparations the crew has to make for campus events. JBN is Texas A&M University–Kingsville’s video production company that produces all student-created video programs. Initially, the network began by live-streaming home sports

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events. Now, it has expanded to stream and webcast campus events including entertainment and current news. Though JBN is a news source for the students it is not well known, but the purpose of the network is still encouraged and supported. “I had not heard of the Javelina Broadcast Network, and I would love for them to record performances by our students and faculty here at TAMUK,” said Isidro Garcia, music performance major. “What better way to promote the immense amount of talent we have at this university than by showing them off to the community of Kingsville.” JBN hopes to bring in viewers by using new technology and still provide quality programming to their audience. “This year we will work with the drama and music departments on a variety of projects, stream tailgate coverage and remain open to any campus organization that wants coverage,” said Joseph Frymire, JBN director. In addition to covering and broadcasting Javelina sporting events, the JBN will be doing pre- and post-game shows for every football home game this fall semester. JBN will be focusing this year towards providing content to viewers on a regular basis and keeping TAMUK students updated on what is occurring on campus. The Javelina Broadcast Network serves as a tool for students so they can attain hands-on experience towards their desired field. Students continue to make JBN the broadcasting voice of TAMUK and its students. “Through JBN our students have the opportunity to create programming not only to express themselves, but to learn video broadcast and editing techniques that will gain them entry to the job market in advertising, broadcast, webcast, production and other venues,” said Don Fisher, lecturer and advisor. The network aspires to become the place in Texas for those who want a career in media. “Currently, we can promise students the opportunity to learn, practice and produce broadcasts from their entry as freshmen and continue through graduation,” Fisher said.“I very much hope that will never change.”  

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