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Carlos Murrieta graduates from the Murrow College with dual degrees in public relations and broadcast production.

Murrow Hall and club ball: Carlos does it all

HAYDEN STINCHFIELD, Evergreen sports co-editor May 5, 2023

There are a lot of ways to get involved on campus. Students join clubs, play intramural sports, and many other things. Public relations and broadcast production double-major Carlos Murrieta has done just...

Nothing New lead singer performing at a past Wazzu Record Room-hosted concert.

Finale: Wazzu Record Room hosting last concert of the semester

NASRULAH AL AJMI, Evergreen reporter March 21, 2023

Cable 8 Production’s Wazzu Record Room is hosting its last show of the season, which will feature the bands Young Hunks and No Soap, Radio. They will perform at 7 p.m. Friday in Jackson Hall Studio A. The...

The Pullman Collective brought energy to their Saturday night concert in Jackson Hall Studio A.

The Pullman Collective brings energy at third concert

LIAM CONNORS, Deputy news editor March 27, 2022

On Saturday evening, Cable 8 Productions hosted The Pullman Collective for their third live concert, and second at Jackson Hall Studio A. The Pullman Collective is a hip-hop music group comprised of...

Cable 8 Productions president Ariel Iacobazzi said the organization began in 1986 as a place for students to produce, direct and act in shows that would run on the local television station.

Cable 8 goes virtual this semester

MATAYA SIEMION October 7, 2020

Virtually shooting and creating TV shows and YouTube videos may seem close to an impossible task. However, Cable 8 Productions is still moving forward this fall.  Cable 8 Productions is the student-run...

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