Mercury Video is working on a new project: a behind-the-scenes documentary covering the 2018 Midterm Elections broadcast put together by WVCW Radio and The Commonwealth Times.
Check out the live stream below to the hear the in-front-of-the-scenes audio:
We’re hosting our first ever Mercury Games event this month! The CT and WVCW Radio will be going head-to-head in a Family Feud spinoff hosted by one of the VCU Student Media Center advisers Jon Carpenter. RSVP to the LIVE TAPING through our Facebook event!
Media Feud will take place in VCU’s Academic Learning Commons (MCALC) room 1201 on Sunday, April 22 from 7:00-7:30 pm.
Take the survey now to participate in the survey questions we’ll be using for the show!
Mercury Video will be participating in the first 48 Hour Film Fest this April! We’ll be posting on our Instagram story throughout the weekend, so be sure to follow along with us @mercuryvideorva!! Also, check out the event page to get details about the screening.
Earlier today, The Commonwealth Times hosted a discussion panel focusing on the conversation about guns in America on both sides of the argument. Here's the video of the full event, audio courtesy of WVCW Radio and video courtesy of Mercury Video.
Posted by VCU Student Media Center on Friday, March 16, 2018
We collaborated with The Commonwealth Times, the independent student-run newspaper at VCU, to capture a panel discussion they held about gun violence and potential solutions from all sides of the argument. WVCW, the independent student-run radio station at VCU, broadcasted and recorded the audio used in the video.