Terri Lee Sylvester
I am a graduate of Wayne State University with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Mass Communications/Electronic Journalism. Although I have been working in the broadcast industry for a number of years, I returned to school recently to sharpen my skills and keep up-to-date on new methods and technology. Following a nine-month program at the Specs Howard School of Broadcast Arts, I am proud to say that I graduated with honors with a concentration in Radio Broadcasting.
For as long as I can remember, my goal was to become a Broadcast Journalist, so working at WWJ Newsradio 950 is a dream come true for me. And, although my primary responsibility is working behind-the-scenes as a producer/editor, don’t be surprised if you hear me on the air, reporting from time-to-time.
Throughout the course of my career, I have worked for WQBH in Detroit and at radio and/or television stations in Lansing and Flint. I’ve also worked for Detroit’s Channel 20 and for the CBS television affiliate in Augusta, Georgia. While working to get my career underway, I won the city of Southfield’s first public access grant for a cable television news program that I wrote, produced and anchored.
In my spare time, I like to read, write, travel and spend time with family and friends.
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Looking for the perfect stocking stuffer that’ll last far beyond the holiday season? How about stuffing the stockings with two movies made right here in Michigan.
“Rogue One: A Star Wars Story” is the first standalone film in the Star Wars franchise. That makes it unique in itself, but there are also a number of new characters and new storylines.
The “I See You Awards” recognize and reward low-budget independent filmmakers.
My suggestion for filmgoers: save your hard-earned cash and check this movie out once it hits DVD or VOD.
The new movie “Bleed for This” tells former boxing champion Vinny Pazienza’s incredible true story.
The film studios are busy cranking out a boatload of new movies, with much more to come before the end of the year. But, what moviegoers should keep in mind is that, in addition to the major studio releases, there are plenty of independent films that deserve attention.
“Almost Christmas” is a family movie in the same vein as the hugely popular 1997 feature film, “Soul Food.” They both deal with the loss of their family matriarchs.
David Paulus, a metro Detroit native, returns home just in time for the holiday season to premiere a hilarious, new feature film that he wrote, co-produced and co-stars in.
This is the first Halloween movie Perry has done, and one he hadn’t even planned to make. But, the wheels started turning following a phone call from a major Hollywood movie studio.
Director Michael Manasseri says what they really wanted to make sure the movie showed was a real respect and love of working-class Detroit.
If you’re in the mood for a good drama, you’ll thoroughly enjoy Ben Affleck’s latest movie, “The Accountant.” From the opening scene until the very end, this movie keeps you on the edge of your seat.
“What Now” is Kevin Hart’s most ambitious and most hilarious project to date. He keeps the audience in stitches throughout the 96-minute film.
Movie mogul Tyler Perry paid a visit to Detroit recently to promote his new film: “Boo! A Madea Halloween.
Deepwater Horizon is a movie that, if it weren’t true, would be very hard to believe. The fact that anyone managed to survive that horrific explosion aboard the Deepwater Horizon oil rig in the Gulf of Mexico back in 2010 is nothing short of a miracle.
“The Magnificent Seven” is definitely a guy’s movie, there are plenty of reasons the ladies may just want to go along.
It’s hard to believe that more than seven years have passed since what came to be known as the “Miracle on the Hudson,” when Captain Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger glided his disabled plane to a landing on the Hudson River.
Bay City plays host later this month to the Hell’s Half Mile Film and Music Festival, an event that organizers say is designed to help convert indie film fans into indie film contributors.
The 2016 Terri Lee-Sylvester Scholarship is courtesy of the Broadcast Film Critics Association. Jasmine Espy, a senior at WSU, says the $1,500 award will go a long way towards helping her complete her college education.
“Hands of Stone” is not a movie just about that world-famous fight between Roberto Duran and Sugar Ray Leonard. While it is that, it’s a whole lot more, as well.
The movie is a touching, romantic love story that is so very well done, it’ll leave you wanting more.
“Don’t Think Twice” is a movie about friendships and how friends and family members handle situations when things don’t necessarily go according to plan.
Unfortunately, “Star Trek Beyond” just doesn’t come out swinging. That’s mainly because of the storyline.
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If the previews for “The Legend of Tarzan” have you excited about going to the theater to check it out, you ain’t seen nothin’ yet.
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“Finding Dory” is a story about finding yourself and also about believing in yourself. It’s also an excellent story about friendship and not giving up.
It’s an amazing story about a Detroit-based actor who’s now getting accustomed to being in the spotlight.
X-Men: Apocalypse starts out promising, but begins to fade after getting bogged down with an overly-long story line.
After making his motion picture debut in the hit 1985 film, “The Last Dragon,” nationally recognized martial arts expert Taimak became a household name. And, this weekend, he’s heading to metro Detroit to meet and greet fans.
“Married But Single” is a romantic comedy about the complexities of relationships.