This summer, Southwestern Assemblies of God University Communication Arts produced SAGU's first-ever student film. Entitled "Breaking News," the film will air on the National Religious Broadcasters (NRB) network this evening, February 4th at 7 and 11 PM CST. The broadcast will also include behind the scenes footage and additional commentary. The film is based on the insensitivity and self-centeredness of a fictitious local television reporter, Taylor Foster. Foster is visited by a young woman named Mysty who places Foster into the situations he so coldly reports on. He finds himself in a variety of real life traumas, from a fight with insurgents in the military to having to deal with the death of his wife and the crippling of his daughter due to an automobile accident. In the end, Mysty triumphs as Foster finally begins to see the world through eyes of compassion. According to Executive Producer Rob Price, "This national exposure on satellite television is a stunning development for which we are extremely grateful. NRB has a large audience reach, and we are expecting a lot of viewers to see our work. The network was impressed with the high production value of our film, and this gets us in the door to submit more student projects in the near future." NRB broadcasts on channel 378 of DirecTV. The film will also air on JCTV. JCTV is a youth oriented network from the TBN family. The network is on two national satellites as well as various local stations across the U.S. To find out more about "Breaking News," and to watch the film, tune in tonight or go to http://www.sagu.edu/breakingnews. SAGU is located in Waxahachie, Texas.