|ALLRIGHT, "60 MINUTES" its not. On some nights, the glitches come in bunches. A talk show logo thats supposed to pop up discreetly in the corner of the screen develops a sudden case of elephantiasis, swelling alarmingly on the control rooms main monitor until it blocks out a shot of the shows guest. A taped news segment runs about two seconds too long, unintentionally revealing a blurry shot of a city street. An anchor tries haltingly to get her lips around a four-syllable word.
But, say faculty advisers, after only six months of operations Trojan Vision, a student-run television station operated under the auspices of USCs Annenberg Center, compares stumbles, glitches and all -- to small-market (audiences of about 100,000) television programming around the country.
-- Ed Newton
|Illustration by Matt Wuerker / Photo illustration by Rick Simner|
Features --The Art of Craft -Norwood Reads - Football Preview
Depatments -- Mailbag - On Stage - What's New - In Support - Alumni News - The Last Word