WCU annual holiday video greeting is unveiled

Western Carolina University has unveiled its third annual holiday video greeting card, “Moments to Remember” and hosted at the website www.seasonsgreetings2013.wcu.edu. 

Created by WCU’s Office of Communications and Public Relations, this year’s greeting card is patterned after the popular “Good Morning America” segment “Your Three Words,” in which viewers submit videos expressing themselves in three words.

The concept for the video is to share highlights from 2013, both personal and university-wide in scope, while also looking toward the year ahead and the celebration of the 125th anniversary of WCU’s founding, said staff writer and editor Teresa Killian Tate, who proposed the idea for this year’s holiday greeting.

The video was shot and edited by staff videographer Joseph Hader, who also enlisted the assistance of students from WCU’s Film and Television Production Program. The website housing the video was designed by Zack Keys of the Office of Creative Services.

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