Tuesday, October 5, 2010

Making a Difference on MSNBC's Nightly News

After an Associated Press article last November entitled "Hard Hit Community Learns to Grow Food" was published and shared in 2.4 million newspapers, blog posts, and television reports Grow Food Grow Hope suddenly had national attention.

This attention resulted in a call from NBC's The Today Show to film during garden season and a visit from them on July 10th. After visiting, NBC producers decided they needed just a little bit more of the story and invited Wilmington College's Director of Community Relations & Engagement, Chris Burns-Dibiasio to New York for an interview with Peter Alexander in August.

With taping and editing out of the way, we are proud to show you the completed product which was aired on Saturday, October 2nd on MSNBC's Nightly News segment: Making a Difference.


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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

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