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Latter-day Profiles is a collaborative effort of students, faculty and staff at Brigham Young University-Idaho. The program features in-depth interviews with noteworthy members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Guests range from leaders in business and industry to educators, to musicians and authors to volunteers. All have stories to tell that are interesting, informative and thought-provoking.

Latter-day Profiles is produced by students in coordination with faculty and staff advisors. That means the students research the guests, schedule the interviews, run the cameras and edit the programs.

BYU-Idaho Communication faculty, Brian Howard, hosts the program and works closely with the students in the production process. Currently Latter-day Profiles airs Sunday afternoons at 2:35 Mountain Time on BYUTV. Twenty eight new episodes are produced every year.

Brian Howard

Brian Howard started his broadcast career at a low-power AM station at Ricks College in Rexburg, Idaho. He continued to work in radio and television as a student at Southern Utah University where he earned his bachelor’s degree. He took his first full time job in television as a reporter/anchor at KPVI-TV in Pocatello, Idaho. After several years there he left to work on a master’s degree at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah.

At BYU he worked as an assignment editor for the university’s student-run integrated television, radio, newspaper, and internet newsroom. He also worked as a producer and video editor at the Missionary Training Center in Provo, Utah, and as a producer and director at KBYU Television.

He accepted a teaching position at Ricks College in 1999, and enjoyed the process of helping create a new four-year broadcast program as Ricks became Brigham Young University-Idaho.

Howard earned his Ph.D. in Education from the University of Idaho in 2010. He currently teaches broadcast journalism and mass media courses at BYU-Idaho and is the host and executive producer of Latter-day Profiles. Latter-day Profiles is produced by students, and is a television talk show that features noteworthy members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

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I~Comm Student Media is a student led program that gives all members a chance to gain real life work experience in all forms of media. Students are given the opportunity to teach one another as well as take leader positions and develop great writing skills.
I~Comm allows students the chance to develop a professional resume and enhance their future work ethic by creating and designing quality products.

For more than a century, Scroll has been the source for campus and local news for BYU-Idaho students. During this time, an award winning student staff from across the country and around the world has managed Scroll. With the convergence of Scroll Digital, Scroll and Scroll Digital maintain their mark on campus and are working toward still larger goals.

Together Scroll and Scroll Digital are more than just a print newspaper; they are on the verge of becoming a multimedia news outlet comparable to the current strides being made in the media industry. Scroll Digital is a student-run news program produced by students using today’s latest broadcast equipment including high-definition cameras, video-editing tools and the broadcast industry standard Associated Press, ENPS, news content management system.