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Knoxville’s WBIR-10 visits campus

Members of WBIR-10 broadcast from campus. Pictured left to right are WBIR’s Todd Howell, Beth Haynes, Jefferson County native Katie Inman, along with “Talon” and members of C-N’s dance and cheer teams.

WBIR-10, Knoxville’s NBC affiliate, broadcast their Live at Five at Four program from Carson-Newman University’s campus on Wednesday, Sept. 21. The program highlighted the University as well as Jefferson County as part of its Hometown Spotlight.

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