Centennial College joint journalism students first video stories

From the best Christmas gifts they ever got, to how customers like Tim Hortons accepting debit cards, our reporters from the University of Toronto’s joint journalism program with Centennial College just finished editing their first multiplatform journalism video stories.
They used Final Cut Pro to edit their work, and shot the video on Canon FS10s.

Enjoy!

Andre Thurairatnam’s best Christmas gifts.

James Wattie’s look at the state of the campus library.

Chantelle Henriques discovers who’s asking for what at Christmas.

Aakanksha Tangri asks customers about Tim Hortons now accepting debit cards.

Jessica Lee asks customers about Centennial cafeteria’s new menu

Erica Tiangco finds out how students coped with the first snowfall of December in Toronto.

Christina Cheng asks Centennial College students how they like the first snow fall of December 2010.

Reporter Jessica Moy asks Centennial College students what they want for Christmas.

Natalie Sequira gets reaction to Tim Hortons new debit card policy in Canada.

Kayla Kreutzberg finds out who’s naughty and nice at Centennial College’s Morningside campus.

Maryam Shah on why it takes so long to get coffee at Tim Hortons at Centennial College’s Morningside campus.

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