“It shows how well they’re shot and how creatively they’re edited,” says center supervisor Bob Turner.
One of this year’s other noteworthy videos was produced for the Hamilton County courts that walks potential jurors through the county’s trial system. The video was made at the behest of Cincinnati CAN—the group formed after the 2001 riots to address issues of racial disparity.
A CAN committee chaired by University President Michael J. Graham, S.J., partnered with the Cincinnati Bar Association and the center to produce a video. Two Xavier students worked on the video. That’s the type of experience that turns an electronic communications degree into reality TV.