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Catch Cardinal sports highlights on NCTV’s “The Red Zone”

Catch Cardinal sports highlights on NCTV’s “The Red Zone”

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Although the Cardinals have a bye week in football, fans can always catch the North Central College Division III football team news on the weekly program “The Red Zone” on NCTV17. Two of “The Red Zone” programs include football highlights, profiles and interviews with key players as well as head coach John Thorne and the coaching staff. The third program features a wrap-up of the other fall sports teams with North Central’s Sports Information Director Clark Teuscher.



NCTV produces video of author talk, campus visit by alumnus

NCTV produces video of author talk, campus visit by alumnus

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Check out the online video about Dr. Myron Wentz ’63 and his recent visit to campus and Wentz Concert Hall to discuss and sign copies of his new book “The Healthy Home,” which he co-wrote with son David. Produced by NCTV, the video can be viewed on the College’s homepage or YouTube.



View highlights of women and men at track & field nationals

View highlights of women and men at track & field nationals

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Ten-minute video, produced by Naperville Community Television, highlights Cardinal men and women competing at the NCAA DIII Indoor Track & Field Championships. The men won first place and the women finished with All-America performances in three events and in 17th place as a team. Click here 



View video highlights of football, cross country nationals

View video highlights of football, cross country nationals

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View highlights and interviews produced by NCTV17 from the Cardinal football team’s 57-7 victory over St. Norbert College in round one of the NCAA Division III Playoffs and the cross country teams’ run in the 2010 NCAA Division III National Men’s and Women’s Cross Country Championships in Waverly, Iowa. Both events took place Nov. 20.

Photo: Head men's cross country coach Al Carius and associate head men's cross country coach Frank Gramarosso.



North Central’s television students go LIVE!

North Central’s television students go LIVE!

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Television broadcast students are getting a taste of reality this term in the new Advanced Video (SPC 417) class with live TV. Every Thursday for the second half of the term, students have tested their skills and managed their nerves as they present “NCC Weekly” live and on-air at 3 p.m. on Naperville Community Television (NCTV), Channel 17.



Alumnus in the news, named NCTV sports director

Alumnus in the news, named NCTV sports director

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Sports director Will Armistead ’07/M ’09 is part of the Naperville Community Television (NCTV) sports production team, which kicks off its fourth season of “Naperville Sports Weekly” Aug. 29.


Schoenherr Art Gallery exhibit in the news

Schoenherr Art Gallery exhibit in the news

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Naperville Community Television features “Spontaneous,” an art exhibit on display in North Central’s Schoenherr Art Gallery through Aug. 22. More than 30 local artists with the Naperville Art League have showcased various pieces. Many are available for purchase. Click here to view NCTV’s news video.


NCTV17 features David Sanborn in concert in the Wentz

NCTV17 features David Sanborn in concert in the Wentz

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Naperville Community Television features saxophonist David Sanborn in concert and on the record at North Central College in July. He praises the intimacy in Wentz Concert Hall in online news story.


NCTV17 highlights winter sports in The Cardinal Report

NCTV17 highlights winter sports in The Cardinal Report

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Spring break is a good time to catch up on recent episodes of NCTV17’s Cardinal Report.


Rick Spencer describes College's success on NCTV

Rick Spencer describes College's success on NCTV

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Hear Rick Spencer, vice president for institutional advancement, talk with NCTV’s executive director Liz Spencer about North Central College’s successes in the past and plans for the future, including its 150th anniversary celebration and science center. The interview is featured in a recent “Business Connection” program and also highlights the good working relationship between the College and city of Naperville.


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