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ATVN Open House Fall 2013

Come to our Open House on WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 4TH 10AM-4PM in ASC G24 to sign up for FALL 2013 production positions!

Come to our Open House on WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 4TH 10AM-4PM in ASC G24 to sign up for FALL 2013 production positions!

Don't miss this awesome opportunity to work for USC's premiere student news publication. We've got a great semester planned, but it can't happen without you!

Remember: IN ORDER TO WORK THIS SEMESTER, YOU MUST ATTEND THE OPEN HOUSE.

Whether you are a Broadcast major with a core requirement, or just a volunteer from any major, come out anytime between 10am-4pm Wednesday to sign up for positions, workshops and auditions.

Come volunteer for the website, audition for anchor or get involved with a studio shift. The opportunities are endless. Veterans and enthusiastic newcomers alike are always welcome.

Looking for more info on ATVN? That's here.

If you have any questions about workshops or working at ATVN this semester, please email us at .

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