About Me

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My Freelance Work include: Helping WHNT Channel 19 with Election Returns in Tuscumbia, Al; March 2012, Worked with Alabama Public Radio I’m with Phil documentary coverage Florence, Al; March 2012, Represented Alabama Public Radio at the George Lindsey Film Festival in Florence, Al; March 2012, Worked with Alabama Public Radio on Phil Campbell high School Band coverage in Florence, Al; March 2012, and the Videographer for the Black Student Alliance Organization Fashion Show in Florence, Al; April 2012

Monday, April 30, 2012

WUNA News

Demo Reel of my work in front of the camera.

Saturday, April 28, 2012

WUNA News Demo Reel #2

Second Demo Reel of me in front of the camera.

Saturday, April 21, 2012

Freedom of Speech




Check out my link to find out "What Freedom of Speech means to me"

http://laurenmorgan.podomatic.com/entry/2012-05-01T15_29_23-07_00

Wednesday, April 18, 2012

Foley Project

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This video was a class assignment to learn how to "Foley" a movie, cartoon, or sitcom.

Thursday, April 12, 2012

It's Been a long Time Bloggers!!

Hello again Bloggers,

I don't know about you but my life has been in a total world spin. The last time I blogged it was about the tornado storms that hit Alabama. So much has happen since then. In my life, I have succefull finished a Internship at Clear Channel Communication, I have obtained a job with my University in the Radio Lab, and have become the president of my chapter of the National Broadcasting Society - Alpha Epsilon Rho.

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

The House by the side of the Road

Sit back and listen to the author of the book "The House by the side of the Road."

Thursday, April 28, 2011

UNA STUDENTS PRAY FOR THE STUDENTS AT UA AS WELL AS THE OTHERS!

For college students it is a normal thing to drive down to T-Town to party and hang-out with your high school friends who now attend the University of Alabama. Many of our family and friends live along Birmingham, Alabama as well as in T-Town. The University that I attend is also in the state of Alabama. Our experience was not like the students in  Tuscaloosa but we all experienced something. I take this time out of my busy daily life to SIMPLY THANK GOD for keeping us in HIS loving hands.


Waves of severe thunderstorms rumbled through the Tennessee Valley on Wednesday, leaving a trail of destruction stretching the width of north Alabama. Winds gusting to more than 70 mph toppled trees and utility poles from Cherokee to Rogersville, causing widespread power outages. At the peak of the power outages in Lauderdale County early Wednesday, Florence Utilities officials said about 8,000 customers were without electricity. Utility crews worked into the night repairing the damage. Street and road department crews and volunteer firefighters worked into the night clearing fallen trees from roadways. 




A massive tornado judged to be almost a mile wide struck Tuscaloosa late Wednesday afternoon.University of Alabama officials say there is no structural damage to the buildings on campus. The storm moved on toward 
Birmingham. As of 6 p.m, over 250,000 residents in the Birmingham area and hundreds of thousands more across the region had lost power, according to  Alabama Power. ABC 33/40 reported that Birmingham airport has evacuated all passengers from concourses and flights are delayed, but no major damage has been reported.



IF YOU CAN FIND IT IN YOUR HEART PLEASE DONATE TO THE RED CROSS TO HELP THE VICTIMS OF THIS DISASTER. MANY OF US MAY NOT HAVE BEENIN THE STORM BUT SOME OF OUR FAMILIES WERE. 



****Many of you have asked how to help: Right now the best way to give here: or text REDCROSS to 90999 to give $10****

PRAYING FOR YOU ALL!
Elle