Last Monday I got to behind the scenes of eTalk and watch as an was episode was produced.  This was exciting for me, because I had never been backstage at an Elon TV show before.  I was able to see students behind the camera and in front of the camera.   Something very unique about Read more..


“Taste the Mystery Ingredient?” and “Is That Real or Fake News?” sounds like segments on the “Tonight Show”, but a new show has entered onto Elon Student Television’s lineup. “Elon After Hours” is Elon’s newest show that is featuring host and executive producer, Joey Gizzi and his friend and fellow executive producer, Steven Lannum. Joey Read more..


ELN Morning just celebrated its two-year anniversary this past Thursday, February 26. Senior, Katie Maraghy was ELN Morning’s first executive producer. She said that the idea of starting a morning show has always been tossed around, but it never caught on. Finally, she saw the opportunity for it, “I loved the live aspect of working Read more..

ESTV Fall 2014 Report

We had an excellent semester producing great student television. Please read our Fall 2014 Report to see updates and a summary of what Elon Student Television accomplished during that time. Download (PDF): ESTV Fall 2014 Report


  Sports have always been a big part of his life, and one day Rajat Agarwal hopes to be an anchor on CBS Sports or ESPN. A Broadcast and New Media major from Knoxville, Tennessee Agarwal is now one of the sports anchors for ELN. Unlike some of the population, Agarwal enjoys being on camera Read more..


WIN STUFF: EMILY HARING   From Germany to Kansas to Elon, North Carolina, Emily Haring is this year’s host for ESTV’s Win Stuff! Haring has been involved in creating media since childhood when she would make newspapers called “The Unicorn Times” for her parents to read. In high school, Haring worked at the student newspaper, Read more..


E-TALK: ARIANA BADIALI Last year she was a host, this year she is the producer. E-talk’s very own, Ariana Badiali, got involved with student media when she was only a freshman in high school. Badiali went to Washington Township High School in New Jersey where she assisted in producing their morning show, and ever since Read more..


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