MIAMI SHORES, Fla. -- Barry University athletics will air its debut edition of Buccaneers Insider a television show devoted to the school's 12 teams, student-athletes and athletic department. The initial show is scheduled to run Friday.
Viewers can watch Buccaneers Insider on the Game Central in the On-Demand link as part of the Bucs Broadcast Network. It will also be available on television screens around campus and Barry University's YouTube channels. The show, designed to take an inside look at the interworkings of the Buccaneers, while bringing viewers closer to Barry University's athletic programs, student-athletes and coaches, will be shot in studio on campus and at various campus community locations.
Friday's debut show will feature Barry University's Sunshine State Conference regular season championship women's soccer team with insights from coach Denise Brolly and sophomore forward Lavinia Nkomo. A special piece on last year's Male Scholar-Athlete of the Year and senior men's basketball player Magne Fivelstad is also part of the pilot package.
Danny Rabinowitz will host the show, which is designed to run periodically throughout the academic year.
Mitch Worley will serve as the show's director and video editor, while Mary Worley, Dick Maher and Vladimir Lescouflair are the show's in-studio and control room engineers. Dennis Jezek and Jim McCurdy are the show's producers, with Jamie Carrig providing special executive counsel. McCurdy will also offer reporting pieces.
Buccaneers Insider will begin as a 15-minute program, separated into three five-minute segments.
Stay tuned for insightful coverage on Barry University athletics with the debut of Buccaneers Insider.