Monday, August 18, 2008
“Bryan Living & Learning” TV Shows Now Online
New City of Bryan/BISD Episodes Now On BryanTX.gov
Viewers can now watch the new television show featuring the latest news and events from both the City of Bryan and Bryan Independent School District on the City’s webpage at www.BryanTX.gov. The new show, titled “Bryan Living & Learning” replaces Bryan’s previous show, “Bryan Today” on the website as well as on Channel 16 – the City’s access channel.
The past episodes of “Bryan Today” are still available to watch, right alongside the new episodes of “Bryan Living & Learning.” The new shows are co-hosted by BISD Communications Director Sandy Farris and Bryan Communications Specialist Allen Bruggman. The show gives viewers the latest news on city projects and events as well as updates on the School District.
The first episode of “Bryan Living & Learning” gives an introduction to BISD’s newest campuses that will open next week – Rudder High and Davila Middle School. The show also features two special educators, Jimmy Brown a teacher at SFA Middle School, and Dr. Joyce Blasi, who volunteers at Bryan’s Special Opportunities School.
The City of Bryan contributes to the show with a recap of this summer’s Texas Reds Festival and a look at how the City’s popular Water Quality Report Calendar came together.
Viewers watching episode two of “Bryan Living and Learning” will get a tour of Bryan’s brand new Justice Center, which houses the Police Department and the Municipal Court and an update on the construction of Fire Station #5. Others stories on the show take a look at a critical incident stress training workshop that both BISD and City of Bryan employees took part in, as well as Bryan teachers preparing for the upcoming school year.
Cameras also dropped in on the Police Department’s Neighborhood Enforcement Team and the ribbon-cutting ceremony for the Bryan Towne Center – the newest retail development in the City. The show closes with a look at the career of former Bryan football coach Merrill Green – who will be honored at a ceremony this fall when Viking Football Stadium is re-named Merrill Green Stadium.
In addition to being available on the website, episodes of “Bryan Living & Learning” will air Sunday mornings at 10 on the CW and also on KBTX. To go directly to the “Bryan Living & Learning” page on the City’s website click here.
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