Murray State University’s Roundabout U co-hosts Jim Carter and Sarah Clark find themselves in Nashville for the next installment of the series.
Carter and Clark met with members of the International Entertainment Buyers Association (IEBA), a trade organization for live entertainment industry professionals. The hosts chatted with Steve Toleman and Ed Bazel to talk about importance of scholarships and internships available for students who are studying the business side of entertainment. Plus, they spoke with Andrew Farewell, one of the youngest members on the IEBA board; he lets them know how he plans to take the organization to the next level. Other board members they had the chance to meet included Clarence Spalding, Nicole Hardy and Rick Murray.
This episode of Roundabout U airs at various times through Feb. 11, and is broadcast on KET (Kentucky Educational Television), WSIL and through local cable systems. Specific airing dates and times can be found online at www.roundaboutu.com.
Roundabout U is a weekly, award-winning video magazine produced by Digital Media at Murray State University. Most recently, the show picked up a Grand Champion designation from Kentucky’s CASE awards competition. Filmed in high definition, the show highlights events throughout Kentucky and the region. Visit www.roundaboutu.com for up-to-date information and clips from past episodes. Fans can also follow on Facebook and Twitter for pictures, information and videos, and viewers can watch past episodes on Roundabout’s YouTube page.