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[MCN] The Pressbox features Mason students discussing college and professional sports

Mason students Vandie Barnard, Perry Buckley, Lyndse Hokanson, DeMonte Shaw and Andre Steven discuss an array of sports topics, including Mason athletics and professional sports on their new Mason Cable Network show, The Pressbox

Club football games to be broadcast live on Mason Cable Network

The Mason Cable Network in collaboration with Connect2Mason will begin broadcasting home club football games in their entirety, beginning with this Saturday's home opener against Onondaga College at 2 p.m. This will mark the first time in George Mason University's history that a student media outlet will broadcast a televised club sport game.

Late Night Patriot "Year in Review" [UPDATED]

"Year in Review"

For the last show of the semester, Late Night Patriot hosted a "year in review", showcasing some of the great work the Office of Student Media has published over the 2011-2012 school year. They featured some words of wisdom from University President Alan Merten.

-Video highlights from the "year of change" in news.

-Weather outlook and last minute events to pay attention to in Weekly Rundown.

Mason Cable Network and Program Board hosting student film competition

Mason Cable Network and the Program Board are hosting a Spring Break Film Challenge with a big cash prize.

WGMU, MCN team up for 'Intimate Concert Series'

WGMU Radio and Mason Cable Network are working together on the "Intimate Concert Series," the media outlets' first series of jointly-held musical performances that will be broadcasted on both WGMU Radio and MCN.

The first concert is Friday, Nov. 18 and features local artist Natalie York.

Andy Zipf and Band to perform in "Sessions" music series

Andy Zipf and Band will be performing tonight in the Student Media office located in “The Hub,” formerly known as Student Building II.

The Last Monarchs to perform in Student Media office

The Last Monarchs will perform this Friday in the new Student Media office in Student Union Building II, now called “the Hub.”

The Last Monarchs who describe themselves as a four piece acoustic indie folk band will be the first in the concert series “Sessions.” The series is sponsored by WGMU and Mason Cable Network and each concert will be filmed by MCN. MCN will then make a music video of each concert.