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GUTV Launches ‘Kelly Graves Show’ Featuring Gonzaga Women’s Basketball Coach, Players

 

SPOKANE, Wash. – Gonzaga University Television (GUTV) has launched “The Kelly Graves Show” online, featuring the Gonzaga women’s basketball coach and players. The first episode aired Monday, Jan. 27 and can be viewed at the following link. The next three episodes will be streamed live at 4:30 p.m. on Feb. 10, Feb. 24, and March 3 at http://live.streamvuze.com/gutvhd. All episodes will be archived and can be viewed via this YouTube link.

SPOKANE, Wash. – Gonzaga University Television (GUTV) has launched “The Kelly Graves Show” online, featuring the Gonzaga women’s basketball coach and players. The first episode aired Monday, Jan. 27 and can be viewed immediately below. The next three episodes will be streamed live at 4:30 p.m. on Feb. 10, Feb. 24, and March 3 at http://live.streamvuze.com/gutvhd. All episodes will be archived and can be viewed via this YouTube link. View the first episode below: 

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The show, hosted by Gonzaga broadcasting student Brenna Greene (’14) and directed by Steven Karr (’15), aims to give viewers an inside view into Coach Graves, the players and staff. The program offers a wide variety of exclusive content, including Coach Graves’ game analyses, a look at practices and road trips, player interviews, and alumni updates.

Graves first approached the broadcasting program about doing a show last fall.

“I nearly jumped through the phone when Kelly called and asked if GUTV was still interested in producing his show,” said Dan Garrity, Gonzaga’s broadcast program director. “Kelly is an absolute gem and, in my opinion, perfect for a Gonzaga-produced TV show. He is a wonderful exemplar of what we believe in here at GU.”

“The Kelly Graves Show” is produced and directed entirely by the Gonzaga broadcasting department. Students get opportunities to create content, write scripts, and make graphics for the show.

“I’m proud of the whole team. This is a curricular effort. An even higher priority than creating a first-class show is that students must benefit from its production. I’m very pleased to say I can see that happening. They can be proud of the fact that ‘The Kelly Graves Show’ has original, interesting content that they created all by themselves,” Garrity said.

Also be sure to follow @kgshow on Twitter for new content and updates.

For more information, please contact Dan Garrity at (509) 313-6689 or via e-mail.

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