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Greg Monahan works for Whitecaps and Redwings

According to Greg Monahan, '11, “working 14-hour days isn’t so bad when you get to watch a Wings’ game for a few hours in the middle.”

As a public relations assistant with the Detroit Red Wings, Monahan finds himself daily at Joe Louis Arena, the Wings’ home rink in Detroit. Working next to the team’s radio announcer, Ken Kal, Monahan says he feels lucky to be a part of the Red Wings’ organization.

A typical day includes writing press releases and compiling game day notes for the media that often contain up to 60 pages of stats and player bios used by broadcasters and sportswriters during the game. Monahan admitted that he once forgot to give Red Wings color commentator Mickey Redmond a copy of the day’s game notes, and found himself running up and down the stairs of the giant arena to rush a packet to the former NHLer just moments before the start of the game.  See FULL STORY


Film/Video alumna Angie Mistretta ('02) outside Pixar Animation Studios after completing an internship and joining the company as a regular employee in 2009.  See FULL STORY



 



Film/Video alumnus Jeff Donehoo ('01)
In-Game Entertainment Coordinator for the Colorado Rockies
Produced by Evan Owen (Film/Video '10) and John Tremblay (Broadcasting '11), ©2008

 

Film/Video alumni Dustin Foster ('03), Senior Editor, and Liz Zielke ('03), Graphic Designer Resolution Digital Studios, Chicago
Produced by Evan Owen (Film/Video '10) and Rick Radomski (Film/Video '10), ©2008



 

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