Morehead State University

Poster Title

Hear Me Roar: Morehead State Television

Institution

Morehead State University

Abstract

Hear Me Roar is a Morehead State University TV production. The shows provided the audience an opportunity to gain a broader understanding of issues important to women as well as minorities. Hear me Roar is available to unlimited potential viewers online through MSU’s website. The producers researched and wrote segments for the show. The job involved booking guests, conducting research, developing interview questions, and creating, writing and producing content for video segments. One segment focused on the Arts. The first program featured Linhsiu Huang, who discussed the role of women in Taiwan and the cultural differences she felt. She also performed Chinese yo-yo/ Diabolo as the closing of the show after a short interview. Another Art segment focused on gendercide of girls. Huang was a commissioned artist for Give Her Life, a non-profit raising awareness for this gender-selection issue. The art piece she created was displayed in a public venue in Pasadena, California. Another segment focused on Home Remedies. In the premier episode, Kathryn Wilkerson demonstrated a home remedy for brighter, healthier skin. She researched different home remedies and how they can improve women’s appearance, self-image, and health. These features became part of larger projects documenting The Arts and Home Remedies to be proposed for airing on KET."

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Hear Me Roar: Morehead State Television

Hear Me Roar is a Morehead State University TV production. The shows provided the audience an opportunity to gain a broader understanding of issues important to women as well as minorities. Hear me Roar is available to unlimited potential viewers online through MSU’s website. The producers researched and wrote segments for the show. The job involved booking guests, conducting research, developing interview questions, and creating, writing and producing content for video segments. One segment focused on the Arts. The first program featured Linhsiu Huang, who discussed the role of women in Taiwan and the cultural differences she felt. She also performed Chinese yo-yo/ Diabolo as the closing of the show after a short interview. Another Art segment focused on gendercide of girls. Huang was a commissioned artist for Give Her Life, a non-profit raising awareness for this gender-selection issue. The art piece she created was displayed in a public venue in Pasadena, California. Another segment focused on Home Remedies. In the premier episode, Kathryn Wilkerson demonstrated a home remedy for brighter, healthier skin. She researched different home remedies and how they can improve women’s appearance, self-image, and health. These features became part of larger projects documenting The Arts and Home Remedies to be proposed for airing on KET."