March 15, 2007
Albany -- Some Albany State University Students learned a lesson in reaching for the stars today.
Marita Rivero, Vice President and General manager for WGBH Radio and Television spoke to students about dreaming big. She says it's important that students interested in careers in broadcasting learn a little about all types of media.
That makes them more marketable and they may be able to find jobs easier. Rivero began her broadcast career at WGBH in 1970 as a producer.
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