TV News Reel
Mandi Ringgenberg: TV Reporter/MMJ Reel 2020
Mandi Ringgenberg is a multimedia producer, reporter, MMJ and digital strategist based out of Washington state. You can find more of her work for television news, film, radio and magazine on her Facebook page or her website. Website: www.mandiringg.com/ Facebook: Mandi Ringg Media Twitter: mandiringgmedia
Weekend Headlines: Inslee's four phases to reopen WA, Costco face masks needed
(Reports from May 2-3) Over the week, Gov. Inslee introduced the four phases to reopening the state of Washington. The first phase starting May 5. Businesses such as Costco continue safety measures, such as now requiring everyone to wear a face mask at stores. More news reported by Mandi Ringg at mandiringg.com and on Facebook at Mandi Ringg Media.
Weekend news headlines: Olympia rallies, farmers markets reopen
This weekend, April 18-19, 2020 some local headlines in Western Washington: two local farmers markets are back open, with strict guidelines for vendors and shoppers while coronavirus still remains a concern. Also, thousands in Olympia gathered to protest the state-wide shut down. And many local King County parks and beaches are back open, but only if you keep moving, no gatherings are still not allowed and will be monitored. (This has not been broadcasted on live television) More local news coverage from Mandi Ringg at Mandi Ringg Media on Facebook and Twitter.
Seattle, Burien community copes with coronavirus changes
The Seattle neighborhood of Burien businesses have been dramatically affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, forcing many to close or temporarily alter their order of operation. But many residents didn't let the spread of the virus keep them indoors all day. For one SeaTac couple, it's important to them to keep living their day-to-day routines and not stress too much about the coronavirus news. Freelance project only, not aired on traditional television stations.
Weekend news April 11-12: ACT, SAT UW test score changes, Seattle renters assistance
(News for April 11-12, 2020) UW is not requiring test scores for juniors wishing to enroll for fall 2021. Also, many local Seattle parks and beaches will be closed and Seattle renters are getting a helping hand when it comes to paying for rent during the coronavirus pandemic. *This has not been broadcasted on live television news.
Weekend news headlines: face masks recommended in public, Boeing shutdown, coronavirus
Weekend news update for April 4-5, 2020 highlighting Washington state and top national news, including recommendations to wear cloth, non medical face masks in public, Boeing to continue their temporary factory shutdown amid coronavirus concerns and Gov. Inslee's "Stay Home, Stay Healthy" mandate in Washington state. This segment is television news delivery, but not broadcasted on live television.
"She Kills Monsters" two sisters bond through Dungeons N Dragons // Central NewsWatch TV
*Previously uploaded November 2016* Two sisters, Agnes and Tilly are distant as typically siblings are, until the Tilly, the youngest and tomboy sibling secretly into the board game, Dungeons and Dragons, dies unexpectedly. After her death, the eldest sister Agnes reconnects with her sister's spirit, and her secret life and passion for DnD (Dungeons and Dragons) and whole word through the DnD universe. This is a student beat assignment for Central Washington University's student-run television news station, Central NewsWatch TV
KCWU FM Pledge Drive feature-- Mandi Ringgenberg
A look into Mandi Ringgenberg, a DJ for KCWU-FM 88.1 'The 'Burg' radio station in Central Washington University. She is an award-winning and nationally-recognized disc-jockey for her podcasts and artists blogs. She has taken PULSE Radio magazine to the podcasting, and to Los Angeles and San Francisco a the Society of Professional Journalist regional conferences and awards ceremonies.
"TSV" // short film
*Previously published January 2017* Two strangers are part of a secret operation, and meet up to exchange another mission. Passing off "The Secret Video" (TSV) from one veteran hacker to the newbie, this short film explores mystery-noir with zero dialogue. Written and directed by Mandi Ringgenberg. This is a short project for senior portfolio for Central Washington University film.
"Wake Up"// One Take short film
*Previously published March 2017* Joe, a drunk found passed-out in his home in the west coast mountains, is boarding giving-up on trying to find his wife, who has been lost in another dimension, or so he thinks, for over a year now. He is visited after months have passed, by a time-traveler agent, there to help him before others find and get rid of him. This is a one-shot film project for university. Directed and written by Mandi Ringgenberg for a Senior film final at Central Washington University. Staring Wyatt Simmons as Joe. Cinematography by Terra Skyles.