THE FAB FOUR
Celebrate the 50th year of the Beatles invasion of the U.S. with the Fab Four's tribute concert at the Columbia Theatre in downtown Hammond.
Talented musicians among Southeastern Louisiana University's music faculty performed this recital recently at Pottle Auditorium.
AN AMAZING PLACE
New Orleans tour guide Roberts Batson delivers his popular and colorful history of "The City That Care Forgot" in this Emmy-nominated, Southeastern Channel presentation, "Amazing Place, This New Orleans"
THE WRITTEN WORD
Learn the secrets to success shared by the region's top literary writers, including novelists Tim Gautreaux and James Wilcox, in the new series, "Celebration of the Written Word", the 2014 Hammond Literary Festival presented by the Hammond Regional Arts Center.
Former Louisiana governor Edwin Edwards presents a fresh perspective of his political career, his time in prison and his future goals in his recent address at the Columbia Theatre in downtown Hammond.
MONSTERS AT THE MOVIES
From Godzilla to the Wolfman, history department head Bill Roberson explores the spectrum of monsters in the movies in this popular episode of the Southeastern Lecture series.
CLASSIC LIONS FOOTBALL
Watch exciting game replays from Southeastern's historic 2013 championship season each week on the Southeastern Channel. This week's flashback- the Lions thump rival Nicholls State to clinch the Southland Conference title outright.
CHANNEL STUDENTS WIN EMMYS
Two Southeastern Channel student productions recently won prestigious Emmy Awards given by the National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Suncoast Region. Nick Brilleaux and Scott Caro were honored for the documentary, "McCrea 1971: Louisiana's Forgotten Rock Festival" while Nick Authement won for his music video, "The Riddle".
PONSETI HIRED BY KATC
Southeastern Channel student reporter/anchor Valerie Ponseti has been hired as a news reporter by KATC-TV (ABC) in Lafayette just one month after graduation. Ponseti was named "Best College TV Journalist in the South" by the Southeast Journalism Conference while reporting and anchoring for the national award-winning newscast, "Northshore News".
FERRANDO HIRED BY KPLC
Barely one week after graduation, Southeastern Channel student Erika Ferrando, producer/anchor/reporter for the national award-winning Northshore News, has been hired as a TV news reporter for KPLC-TV (NBC) in Lake Charles. Ferrando was the first Student Broadcaster of the Year honored by the Louisiana Association of Broadcasters.
Study TV and Film
If you're interested in a career in television, film, or video production, the Southeastern Channel offers training and opportunities that you won't find anywhere else.
Watch the 2011 recruitment video and find out more.