NAIT NewsWatch  TVNAIT NewsWatch is a half hour news magazine-format produced weekly by NAIT tv production students. In addition to producing and reporting news and sports, students have the opportunity to write and produce public service announcements and commercials to be aired within the news programs.

NAIT NewsWatch also produces a shorter packaged news-style show developed by second semester TV students. Both programs are about NAIT and the news and information of interest to NAIT students. With the right pitch, you could convince the station to produce and broadcast news about your cause, issue or community. NAIT NewsWatch episodes can be viewed from nr92.com site.

NAIT NewsWatch
Northern Alberta Institute of Technology
11762 – 106 Street
Edmonton, Alberta
T5G 2R1
Phone: (780)471-6248
Fax: (780)471-8490
email:  naitnewswatch@gmail.com
www.nait.ca/nr92/NTV_website and http://naitnewswatch.ca.
Twitter: twitter.com/naitnewswatch
Facebook: www.facebook.com/nait.newswatch.9

Stuart Serediuk
Phone: (780) 471-8640
stuarts@nait.ca
Stuart Serediuk is a Television Instructor at NAIT with over 20 years experience in the industry. His role in the NewsWatch news show consists of being the director during the production of the newscast and of also being a coach for the students who are involved in the production.

Jeannette LaBrie
Phone: (780) 471-8642
jeannetc@nait.ca
Jeannette is the Executive Producer working with the students to help coordinate the production of NAIT NewsWatch program. She has worked as a videographer, reporter, anchor, and producer in television news for over18 years.

Chris Durham
Phone: (780) 471-8638
chrisd@nait.ca
Chris Durham is the instructor and the Executive Producer of the news show. Chris oversees the content and the delivery of the show. He teaches Broadcast Journalism and Broadcast Television Performance for 2nd semester students. In 3rd semester he is the Advanced Television News instructor.

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