“Thousands of graduates of Texas Tech University’s College of Mass Communications make their homes and careers in Dallas-Fort Worth. They work as communications leaders for Fortune 500 companies, inform and entertain through various broadcast outlets and lead multi-million dollar advertising campaigns influencing buying around the world,” said Dr. Jerry Hudson, Dean of the Texas Tech University College of Mass Communications. “These hard-charging graduates put the same level of energy in to giving back to their alma mater.”
This year is the fifth year for this recognition event. At previous ceremonies, recipients of the Double T Award have been WFAA-TV’s “Wednesday’
David Feherty is known for his sharp wit and humorous anecdotes, putting life in perspective through his tales from the golf greens. In keeping with that theme, sponsor and silent auction items will include golf packages at some of the region’s best courses, and Byron Nelson tournament privileges. In addition, Troops First Foundation will be the recipient of this year’s Double T Service Award for the services they provide to wounded warriors. Mr. Feherty is a board member of Troops First Foundation.
“My work with Troops First came about like so much else in my life,” says David Feherty. “It was the result of embracing every opportunity that came my way and truly maximizing the experience. I look forward to sharing some of those tales with my Red Raider Friends!”
“We are so honored to have David Feherty as our keynote speaker for the 2011 Dallas Mass Communications Alumni Scholarship Fundraiser and to share his unique humor and stories with our alumni and supporters.”
The College of Mass Communications awards event will be held Tuesday, April 12th from 5:30 – 8:00 PM at the Addison Town Conference and Theatre Centre (15650 Addison Road, Addison, TX 75001). Tickets and sponsorships are available. Proceeds will fund scholarships for current and future Mass Communications students at Texas Tech University.
About David Feherty:
Born in Northern Ireland, David Feherty is now proud to be another loud-mouthed Texan. Feherty is a champion golfer from the PGA and International Circuits. He now shares his humorous and style as a sports analyst for CBS. He and his his wife Anita have five children.
About Texas Tech College of Mass Communications:
The College of Mass Communications at Texas Tech offers state-of-the-
This unique combination of professional, practical and academic coursework and experience integrates today’s media convergence and the future’s media developments in critical areas of mass communications. Graduates have earned two Pulitzer Prizes, and the program is widely recognized for its excellence among media organizations. Faculty and staff are committed to standards of excellence and inspire the same among students.
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