Members

           This page is for you to take a look at our wonderful leaders of STV and get a sense of who we are as a community!

           We have tons more brilliant minds than just these that are listed, and we look forward to adding more and more members each year. 

Executive Board:

Station Manager: Hollie Rutledge
hollie@live.unc.edu

 
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I am a 4th year Communication Major Concentrating in Media Studies and Production and minoring in Global Cinema and Drama. I have an obsession with video editing, was raised in Asheville, NC, and I basically live in Swain Hall; you'll know I'm there if you hear a very loud laugh. As STV's Station Manager I coordinate and execute events, decisions, and shows while running the club as a whole. Basically, I make sure everything runs smoothly, scold members if something goes awry, and reply to emails. Feel free to contact me with any questions about STV. 


Assistant Station Manager / Communications Director: Justin O'Brien
obrienjp@live.unc.edu

Justin O'Brien

I am a Senior Communications Major with a focus in Media Production. I absolutely love movies and hope to work within the film industry some day soon. My primary career interest is producing, but I am also very much interested in acting and directing. Besides movies, my other interests include sports, and music. As assistant station manager, my expectations are to always make sure episodes are on time, and that every detail is organized prior to filming so that everything runs as smoothly as possible. I also always make sure that everyone is involved with their creative ideas and are given the opportunity to help the episode at any level of production. Most importantly, I strive to have fun and create an enjoyable atmosphere not just for myself, but for everyone. 


Business Manager: Bronson Boucher
bronsonb@live.unc.edu

Bronson Boucher


I am a Junior at UNC from Cary, North Carolina with an interest in business, and I hope to receive admission to Kenan-Flagler Business School in the fall of 2016. I serve as Student Television's treasurer, presenting quarterly reports of STV finances as well as helping to coordinate budget requests for the next academic year. During the summer, I coach my neighborhood swim team and visit the beach as often as I can.


Marketing Director: Micah Stubbs
Micah_Stubbs@kenan-flagler.unc.edu
Micah Stubbs

Hello! I am a senior from Charlotte (pronounced Char-LIT!) majoring in Public Relations and Communication with a minor in Business. This past summer I interned in LA at Red Wagon Entertainment and Mi's Westside Comedy Theater. In my free time I did stand-up and mildly stalked Russell Crowe. On Campus, I am a part of Carolina Film Association, Coulture Magazine and Chapel Hilarity. I enjoy short walks on the beach and my subscription to HBO GO.


Social Media Manager: Kameron Southerland

kamdel64@live.unc.edu

Follower of Jesus. 3rd Year Media Production and Folklore double major. Minoring in Writing for the Screen and Stage. I stumbled into a co-host role on Late Night with STV and have really enjoyed working with the team of student writers and producers to make awkward yet endearing late night comedy gold. As Social Media Manager, I work to publicize and create buzz about STV shows on the most popular social media platforms. I also monitor trolls (Internet and other) and maintain STV's social presence in general. 

Follow me, friend me, fight me. (Or don't fight me, I'm perfectly content with that option as well.)

Facebook: Kameron Southerland

Instagram, Twitter: @candidkameron

LinkedIn: lol

 

Station Engineer: Thomas Blakey 

tblakey@live.unc.edu
Thomas Blakey
I was born in Dallas, and live in Asheville. Love film, long walks on the beach, I listen to nothing but Janet Jackson and I collect chihuahua figurines. I’m a comm major, minoring in computer science, and my focuses are in editing and directing. I have been a part of STV for two semesters and I'm also in the Carolina Film Association and Heelprint Communications. My favorite movie is Limitless.

 

 Faculty Advisor: Eric Ferkenhoff
eric.ferk@thenewslab.com 

Eric Ferkenhoff spent 11 years at Medill at Northwestern University, where he was an assistant professor. He has been a journalist for 25 years, getting his start in Kansas City, then moving to Chicago in 1993 and working for publications including the Chicago Tribune, a television station, The Boston Globe, Time and The New York Times. Ferkenhoff has won numerous journalistic and academic awards, and concentrates mostly on criminal justice investigations, education and the politics that dominate both.


 

Producers:

Late Night STV: Sammy Wadsworth 
sam835@live.unc.edu

I am a junior with a double major in Studio Art and Communications with a focus in Media Production and a minor in writing for the Screen and Stage. I am from Wilmington and a proud owner of a morbidly obese pug. I have been a part of Late Night for the past two years as a writer and director, and I am thrilled to be Producer for Late Night this 2017/2018 school year.  

Also:

I do not believe in the Loch Ness Monster, and I have recently learned that an ice cream flavor has been named after Joe Biden.

 

General College: Molly Kusilka, Bryant Chappell, Hayley Sigmon and Francis Lai
bryant97@live.unc.edu

Molly Kusilka

I'm a junior communications major with a focus on media production and a minor in global cinema. I love producing and directing and hope to make it working in the industry one day at a production company. I will be coproducing General College this year, and I'm so excited to keep this show going and make some amazing episodes this year. 

Bryant Chappell

I am a junior double majoring in public relations and political science with a minor in creative writing. I hope one day to work in the film/TV industry by handling public relations/publicity and maybe even dabbling in acting or writing. In addition to STV, I also act, write and produce for Carolina Film Association. I am very excited to produce General College this year because this show has been a part of STV for many years. I am excited to bring new ideas, new casts and new storylines to make this show better than ever before. 

Hayley Sigmon

I'm a junior communications major with an emphasis in media production and minors in global cinema and creative writing. I hope to one day work in the industry as a screenwriter and director and hopefully write for television. I'm also in the Carolina Film Association and hope to continue developing my skills in media production throughout my next two years at UNC. 

Francis Lai

Hey. My name is Francis Lai and I am a junior communications major and (hopeful) business major. My preferred career would be directing motion pictures, but I have also shown interest in second unit directing and film critiquing (follow me @bigcatthetall on IMDb and letterboxd, I try to be humorous-ish). I am the unofficial tallest member of both the Carolina Film Association and Student Television. I also specialize in citing random film trivia, having an extensive knowledge of the NBA, rebounding missed jumpshots, telling mediocre jokes, and hitting my head on low-hanging doors. I hope to help work on General College...obviously, but I also hope to bring my sense of awkward humor and general love for all things screened to STV.

 

Undergrads: Perry Carter
perryw@live.unc.edu 

 

Perry Carter is a junior majoring in English and Media Production. She produces Undergrads and produces and co-anchors On the Hill. She encourages you to watch both, seeing as they are phresh as hell! Perry is on a nickname basis with Artisan Pizza Kitchen (she calls it "Artie," and it calls her "woman who comes too much and stays too long"). Win Perry's heart: find her a dank podcast about sharks. 


Undergrads: Anna Hughes
achughes@live.unc.edu
I'm Anna, co-anchor of On The Hill. I love my family, friends, and screaming. Also, I'm a Taurus. Go Heels!


Dreamscapes: Mashallah Salaam
mashalla@live.unc.edu

My name is Mashallah Salaam and I produce, write, and direct. I attend UNC and my dream is to create meaningful and thought provoking television shows and movies.

 

Throwback Chat: Skyler Tapley
skylert@live.unc.edu