Thursday, August 1, 2013

High school broadcaster to be on TV Sunday

Carly Williams, who was featured in Young Achievers last year as an aspiring broadcast journalist, will be on a news segment this Sunday morning.

Photo courtesy Lori Williams.
The segments is for "Teen Kids News," a weekly show that airs nationally and was founded by Albert Primo, who created "Eyewitness News" for adults. It will air at 7 a.m. on WCCB.

Carly, a rising senior at Nation Ford High, filmed her news piece in New York. She interviewed John Bordynuik, who invented a machine that converts plastic to oil, and who's partnered with Crayola to create a marker-recycling program. Carly also spoke to Peter Ruggiero, Crayola's executive vice president of global operations, about the project.