QUINN’teresting to you (we hope)… National sports win!

"Sports Paws” is led by executive producers Victoria Rutigliano, junior journalism major, and Paul Caracciolo, junior film-television-media arts major.

“Sports Paws” is led by executive producers Victoria Rutigliano, junior journalism major, and Paul Caracciolo, junior film-television-media arts major.

Q30-TV’s “Sports Paws” has been named the Best TV Sportscast by the College Media Association (CMA). The show is Q30’s sports highlight program featuring light reports on the week in sports at QU and analyst segments. Q30 Television is Quinnipiac University’s official student-run, closed-circuit television station.
The College Media Association, founded in 1954, supports thousands of students, advisers and media programs with education, research and resources at college and university campuses from coast to coast.

The “Sports Paws” 2015-16 Pinnacle Award win was announced at the CMA national convention in Atlanta and shared by Q30 General Manager Andrew Badillo in an email to the School of Communications community, calling it a “tremendous accomplishment” for the station and “Sports Paws” team.

Congratulations to the entire “Sports Paws” team!

Sierra Goodwill, sophomore journalism major, is an associate producer on “Sports Paws.”  The show tapes Monday nights and is available mid-week on Q30TV’s YouTube channel or check out Q30Television.com and watch it there.

Sierra Goodwill, sophomore journalism major, is an associate producer on “Sports Paws.” The show tapes Monday nights and is available mid-week on Q30TV’s YouTube channel or check out Q30Television.com and watch it there.


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