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Guam - KUAM's teen news program returns, featuring youth reporters from Guam's various high schools returns to the airwaves in the form of a monthly 30 minute news magazine show. "The Beat" features news for teens and by teens, covering a wide range of pressing issues, profiles and lifestyle news for Guam's teens. The teen news team is comprised of a group of bright, motivated and driven high school Juniors and Seniors who applied for teen reporter positions earlier this Fall. They are:

  • Melva Calvo, AOLG
  • Stephanie Vitkovitsky, NDHS
  • Ceejay Pilarca, JFK
  • Ji-Marie Guerrero, JFK
  • Tihu Lujan, NDHS
  • Samantha Uncangco, AOLG
  • Jonah Cruz, SSHS
  • Tyler Matanane, AOLG
In the premiere episode, debuting this Sunday October 6 on KUAM TV8 at 6:30pm, "The Beat" team will feature a recent college fair, a look at popular costume ideas for Halloween, a sneak peek into the upcoming GATE production of "Fame", a sports profile of a youth athlete, a look into the organization Junior Achievement, and advice for youth interested in joining the Marines.


The program will air throughout the month on the stations of KUAM. New episodes will debut the first Sunday of every month through June. 

Broadcast Schedule: 
  • Saturdays/Sundays KUAM TV8 at 6:30pm (beginning 10/6)
  • Sunday at 10:30pm KUAM TV8
  • Tuesdays/Thursdays 6:00pm KUAM TV11
  • (Check local listings for additional show times on the stations of KUAM and docomo pacific local 2) 

 

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