Field trip to ESPN Headquarters


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  • Pictured on the SportsCenter desk from left are: Erin McNeely, Anna Chamberlin, Nate King, Grace Farrell, DVHS Journalism Teacher Leslie Lordi, Jenny Wisniewski, ESPN Lead Studio Operator Ryan Balton, Alyssa Kelly, Marisa Balcarcel and Jessica Balcarcel.




Delaware Valley High School journalism students took a field trip to ESPN's headquarters in Bristol, Conn. on March 1. They met with Delaware Valley alumnus Ryan Balton, a camera, jib and Steadicam operator who was the editor of The Del.Aware from 2005 to 2007.

The students toured the ESPN newsroom, studios and control rooms. They sat in on a live studio update and talked with on-air talent during the Syracuse vs. Virginia college basketball game.




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