The Buffalo Review TV will debut on Spectrum cable channel 20 in Buffalo March 19 at 7 p.m. The weekly news and public affairs program, produced by students from the Communication Department at SUNY Buffalo State, will air Monday nights throughout the spring semester.
The eighth annual SUNYWide Film Festival provided attendees with a number of professional development opportunities. In addition to the film screenings, there were a number of workshops on topics such as storytelling, animation, camera techniques and film scoring. Thilo Schaller, an assistant professor of music at Buffalo State, hosted a workshop on the tempo and timing of music in film.
The Buffalo Review will produce a number of stories and podcasts highlighting the experience of foreign exchange students in Australia. Many students from Buffalo State participate in the Study Abroad and National Student Exchange programs in countries such as Australia, England, Italy, the Netherlands and Spain.
This week on the Buffalo Review (March 13) we discussed the topics of public health and sports. In the first segment, we spoke with Jeremy Morlock, director of outreach and education, from Unyts about the group’s efforts to raise awareness of organ donation.
This week on the Buffalo Review (March 6) we discussed President Donald Trump’s relationship with the media, a new art project to feature civil rights leaders and recent news about space exploration.
On the Buffalo Review (Feb. 20) we covered Buffalo’s presidential history, a local production of “Next to Normal” and Buffalo State’s TFA Night at the Oscars.
On the Buffalo Review (Feb. 13) we covered N.Y. Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s proposal for free college tuition, a new exhibit on the history of the guitar at the Buffalo Museum of Science and a new baby ocelot the Buffalo Zoo.