Wallace community colleges, one of the nation’s largest community colleges for students in grades kindergarten through 12, is launching a weekly TV show with its own cast and crew, which will feature an all-new cast of guest stars.
The Community TV Series, which begins Monday, will air on the Wallace College Channel.
Its producers, David J. McNeill and Chris Smith, said the series will air a weekly hourlong program, called Community TV, that will focus on the lives of the people who work at the community colleges.
The show will feature a wide range of personalities, including students, faculty, and staff.
The series will debut with a special episode that will be followed by a special live episode on campus on Saturday nights.
The episodes will air at 6 p.m. on Sundays, and will feature special guests.
The show, created by the Wallacres producers, will include a weekly cast of guests that will include Wallace alumni, students, staff, and community members.
Wallace students will be featured prominently, as will faculty, students and staff of the school.
McNeil and Smith said the cast will also include members of the Wallaces own television department, as well as people who have worked at other community colleges and institutions.
The new show will premiere in the spring semester, but McNeil said the project is still in the early stages.
McConnell said he and Smith have been working on the project since April.
McNeill and Smith, both of whom are graduates of the University of North Texas and have worked in television production for more than 20 years, said they were excited about the series.
Community TV is the best program ever created,” said Smith. “
The Wallace campus has always been a place for us to share our stories and our beliefs, and this series will be an opportunity for us as a community to celebrate that.”
McConnell said the new show is being created by McNeill, and that the project will be “broadcasted nationwide.””
I hope to continue to make a positive impact on the people of Wallace by providing the world with the highest quality programming.”
McConnell said the new show is being created by McNeill, and that the project will be “broadcasted nationwide.”
McNeill said the program will be produced by the producers of Wallaces TV department, and the production will be supported by a partnership with community TV channel CommunityTV, which launched in 2013.
The Wallacings Community TV program will also air on local cable channels, including the Walla Walla Channel, the Fox News Channel, and KTXL-TV in Texas.
McConnell and Smith were joined in the project by former Wallacese TV producer, Mark D. Wilson, and Wallacettes television director, Michelle Wojciechowski.
Wallace students are encouraged to attend a panel discussion with the Wallas executive producer, Dan Schulman, and his wife, Laura, at 7 p.c. on Monday.