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WVUM Documentary

By Amber Robertson posted Dec 15, 2010 at 12:42 PM

Eric Hurley, a Media Management student at UM made a documentary about none other than WVUM. Eric worked on the video all semester and the hard work really shows. 

In return, we want to help him win at the Miami International Film Festival Cinema Slam competition. So please, watch and vote for the video here and spread the word! (you have to create an account to watch the film, but it only takes a few seconds and don't forget to vote for it with stars at the top right of the page)


What Eric says about the film on his blog:

"The sounds that pound out of our stereos are an integral part of our lives. They move us, emotion and music are intertwined. They define us, give us an identity, bring us closer and set us apart. The messages beaming through the air sometimes pass right through us outplayed, meaningless, commercialized. Occasionally though, we discover something in tune with our mind.  WVUM The Voice is unique in that it is a free outlet for new music discovery to everyone, regardless of web access or budget. It emanates from the soul of the University of Miami, the students who appreciate music and understand broadcast power’s inherent value. WVUM has the ability to reach out and directly influence peoples’ lives anywhere they feel the need to tune in. It is a rich community unto itself on campus and fills a void in Miami’s culture. The short film (requires registration to view and comment on The Voice reveals how and why."

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