New looks and new moves for broadcast

Lizzy Lamm

The Wolfcast has changed a lot since last year in many different ways. From losing beloved seniors to getting new cameras and in addition a lot of new members, the Wolfcast has taken on a whole new look this year.

“There’s a ton of new content for the show,” sophomore and returning Broadcast member Tiffany Klopper said. “I love the new members, and I think that they will be able to show off their skills and make the Wolfcast better.”

The Wolfcast has promoted senior Logan Bearden to fill the sports manager role, a part of the show made famous by David Looney, who graduated last year. The director of the Wolfcast this year is senior Lindsey Koski.

In the large crowd of new members is sophomore Meghan McCarthy.

“I think Broadcast is really fun and interesting,” McCarthy said. “Broadcast is my favorite class because I can be creative and work with cool computer programs to create intros and transitions for the show.”

Another new addition to the Broadcast family is freshman Tina Smart, who is the sister of Nicole Smart a three-year member of Broadcast.

“I think Broadcast this year is a lot different than I thought it would be,” Smart said. “I made a lot of new friends and have tried a lot of new things.”