Baylor Cable Tv Program Features Review of 1995

Jan. 19, 1996

The January edition of "Baylor Today," a monthly video magazine produced by the Baylor Office of Public Relations, features a 19-minute news summary of campus activities for 1995.

The news summary includes reviews of Baylor's Sesquicentennial; the election and inauguration of President Robert B. Sloan, Jr.; the death of President Emeritus Abner McCall; and various academic and sports milestones.

Also included in the January show is a video portrait of Christmas activities at Baylor; information on Continuing Education courses offered at Baylor this spring; and interviews with Baylor students about their outlook for 1996.

"Baylor Today" is one of many shows produced by the University for use on The College Channel, cable channel 18 in Waco. During January, "Baylor Today" will air each day at 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., except for Thursdays when it airs only at 6 p.m.

For more information, call Randy Fiedler, director of audio/visual communications, at 755-1961.

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