On That Point

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On That Point is a political debate show broadcast on Boston University's butv10. It began as a pet project of undergraduate student Neil St. Clair in the Spring 2006 semester and became a bi-weekly program by the Fall 2006 semester, amassing a full production crew and garnering front-page attention in the school's Daily Free Press newspaper for its debut episode's interview with 2006 Massachusetts gubernatorial candidate Christy Mihos. In 2008, the show won a Bronze Telly Award, the first awarded to any butv10 show.[1]

Current cast[edit]

Auditions are currently being held.

  • Erin Caron - Host/Panelist
  • Tess Hofmann - Host/Panelist
  • John DeFelice - Host/Panelist
  • Gabe Stein - Executive Producer
  • Chuck Giroux - Executive Producer/Technical Director

Former casts[edit]

2009-10[edit]

  • Saeyoung Cho - Host
  • Colin Scully - Panelist
  • Deanna Falcone - Panelist
  • Erin Caron - Panelist
  • Sopan Deb - Panelist
  • Gabe Stein - Executive Producer
  • Chuck Giroux - Executive Producer/Technical Director

2008-09[edit]

  • Rocky Lotito - Host
  • Saeyoung Cho - Panelist/Research Director
  • Colin Scully - Panelist
  • Deanna Falcone - Panelist
  • Ryan Menezes - Panelist
  • Vernon Neo - Panelist
  • Gabe Stein - Executive Producer
  • Jessica Mondillo - Executive Producer
  • Chuck Giroux - Producer/Technical Director

Fall 2006[edit]

  • Neil St. Clair - Host/Creator
  • Megan Castellano - Panelist
  • Addison Draper - Panelist
  • Rocky Lotito - Panelist

References[edit]

  1. ^ 2008 Telly Award, Posted September 10, 2008 by DJ Capobianco, Marketing Coordinator, Boston University - College of Communication

External links[edit]