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Curry College Television (CC8) students and faculty run a television show from the control booth

Hirsh Communication Center Turns 20

CC8 is Curry College's television station, housed in our state-of-the-art Hirsh Communication Center on campus.

Students can work in a variety of positions at CC8 through our TV Practicum course, after taking an introductory television production class.  CC8 is the home of "Curry Prime Time Report," our regularly scheduled student-produced news program. CC8 student staff also produce talk shows, game shows, theatre productions and live-stream athletics and other events on campus.

CC8 can be seen all over campus in the residence halls and dining halls.  Get involved early and join the fun!  Your involvement will serve as a stepping stone to get great internships too!

Students run cameras for a television news program at the Curry College Hirsh Communication Center

Hirsh Communication Center

Hirsh Communication Center is a full-service HD studio that utilizes advanced virtual set technology to create dozens of set options at a click of a mouse, in addition to physical sets in a 20 x 40 television studio.

Award-winning Students

Vanessa Rizzitano '18, won the 2018 "Short Form, Non-Fiction" student award from the Boston/New England chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences, best known for the Emmy® Awards. Rizzitano was nominated for her story on former Curry College student-athlete Hector Majul, called "From Mexico to Curry College: To Play...Hockey!"

Life-Changing Opportunities Await

Start with a foundation in the liberal arts. Add attentive faculty and countless opportunities to learn by doing. That’s what you’ll get with a bachelor’s degree from Curry. Learn what’s waiting for you today.