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Listen: Buffalo train station, ‘missing DC girls’ & BSC-TV

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BSC-TV production manager Amanda Velazquez (left) and co-advisor Aaron Daniel Annas, assistant professor at Buffalo State, appeared on the Buffalo Review April 3 to discuss new equipment that will allow the station to return to the air in the fall.

Joseph Kasko
thebuffaloreview@gmail.com

(Buffalo, N.Y.) – This week on the Buffalo Review (April 3) we discussed the prospect of a new train station in Buffalo, a false story that went viral about “missing girls” in Washington, D.C. and new equipment for Buffalo State’s BSC-TV.

In the first half of the show, we spoke with Buffalo News reporter Mark Sommer about his reporting on plans to build a new train station in Buffalo.

Next, we spoke with Symone Campbell, president of the Buffalo State chapter of the NAACP, about a false story about 14 black and latino girls who “went missing in a 24 hour period.”

Finally, we discussed new equipment that will allow BSC-TV to return to the air in the fall with co-advisor Aaron Daniel Annas, assistant professor of media production at Buffalo State, and production manager Amanda Velazquez.

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