Coming soon to TV CONFIDENTIAL: Steve Beverly, television historian and professor of broadcast journalism, on why Jackson 24/7, the daily student-produced newscast he supervises at Union University (Jackson, TN), is like a “teaching hospital”; his friendship with game show legend Monty Hall, and why Hall was particularly proud of Split Second; and why Steve has become an advocate for mental health in recent years, particularly with regard to helping news professionals cope with and survive depression. Steve also hosts Steve Beverly’s TV Classics, a weekly TCM-like look at classic TV series from the 1950 and ’60s that streams at various times throughout the week at EPlusTV6.com

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    Asking Gibson county to wear masks and they are not

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