Friday, May 22, 2009
New Episode of “Bryan Living and Learning” This Sunday
21st Episode Features New Councilman Art Hughes
The City of Bryan and Bryan ISD will release the new episode of “Bryan Living and Learning”, their in-depth television show. The most recent episode is once again hosted by Bryan’s Communications Specialist Allen Bruggman and Bryan ISD’s Communications Director, Sandy Farris.
The two hosts introduce a variety of stories during Episode 21. The City’s feature story is an interview with new Councilman Art Hughes. Hughes talks about why he ran for a council spot and what he loves about Bryan. The City also gives a look at an award that was recently presented to Channel 16 and highlights the Police Department’s participation in the annual Texas Special Olympics Torch Run. The City then visits the Public Works Appreciation Event and the Hershey Track and Field Event. Their last segment is about the brand new Park Hudson hike/bike trail in Bryan.
Bryan ISD checks in with a groundbreaking ceremony for the renovations at the Carver-Kemp Campus and highlights the horticulture program at Bryan High. The ISD also has a story about the fundraising efforts of Mary Branch Elementary students for the Children’s Miracle Network and a look at the “Living Statues” program at Sam Houston Elementary. Their final story is about a cooking competition in a BISD classroom.
“Bryan Living and Learning” can be watched on Channel 16 at any of the times below (see schedule), or any time at www.BryanTX.gov, www.BryanISD.org, or www.youtube.com/CityofBryan. Viewers can also go to http://tinyurl.com/BLLvodcasts to download iTunes-ready vodcasts of the episodes. Past episodes of the show as well as other videos from the City of Bryan are also available on those websites.
Channel 16 Schedule:
• Monday - Noon & 6:30 p.m.
• Tuesday - Noon & 10:30 p.m.
• Wednesday - Noon & 6:30 p.m.
• Thursday - Noon & 10:30 p.m.
• Saturday - Noon & 6:30 p.m.
The CW (SuddenLink Channel 8) Schedule:
• Sunday - 10:00 a.m.
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