Johnny Carter – What Does the Buck Say?

What Does the Buck Say?

This comes off our website, , from one of Realtree’s bloggers. This is one of the crazy and fun things about working/interning at Realtree.  Although we had absolutely nothing to do with the making of this video it is still very entertaining if you have seen or heard of the YouTube video What Does the Fox Say?

Love it or hate it, it it entertaining!


Chasity Cook – Doctor Database


For a few weeks, one of my tasks was to enter the doctors information into the database. This particular database allowed me to enter aprox. 300 doctors’ information (Specialty, facility, gender, education, residency). To find this information I had to search through each individual doctor’s resume to find these things. The difficulties I faced were quite amazing. Because many of the doctors affiliated with St. Francis were doctors prior to computers. I sorted through at lot of handwritten resume’s many of which were hard to read or missing information. As I like to tell everyone “Google is my best friend”, it really did help me to find out more information that I needed to complete their entry on the database. At times it became a little frustrating, but I do realize that whether I did it or someone else did, it had to be done.  I did not create the webpage in which these names were posted but if you visit you will see the “Find a doctor link”. No matter what type of doctor you are looking for it’s probably in that database. After it’s all said and done with, I am happy to see the end result and how it is helping Columbus, and surrounding areas, find doctors to help the needs. It’s truly a changing experience when you know what little you did can literally make a big difference in someone’s life.


Alexis Jarrett – WLTZ – Production Intern

WLTZ Website

Hello All !

It’s another school year and I am finally a Senior! Last year (Spring Semester) I interned at WLTZ as a News Intern, and I learned that I honestly liked production and TV more than the news. The show experienced some changes over the summer when I interned, so this year, I will be writing to you all as a production intern for the Dee Armstrong Show. So I bet you are wondering, what exactly do you do?

In TV your work week starts the week before. You have to be prepared or else everything will crash and burn. On Fridays I get ready for the next week by preparing and researching show topics for the week. First, I have to keep in my mind the show’s demographic which is very important in TV. The show’s demographic is women between the ages of 25-65. So when I am researching topics, I have to find shows relevant to our audience. The show topics are: Health, Beauty, Relationships, Something Wow, and Money. For each topic, I have to find three related articles from websites. It sounds easy, however, it can be a daunting task!  These topics usually fit into the monologue, which is the first part of the show where things are light and funny and are used to draw in the viewers.

On my next blog, I will talk to you about the process for booking guests and setting a theme for the show!