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THIS WEEK IN CAL ATHLETICS TAKE TWO

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Here's the latest edition of This Week in Cal Athletics without the need to follow a link anywhere else. Enjoy!




THIS WEEK IN CAL ATHLETICS

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Until we get the embed code to post the video for This Week in Cal Athletics right here on the blog, you can see it on the CalBears.com homepage.

Reporter Chelsea Brown will get you up to date with all of the Cal sports action this week, including an interview with men's tennis coach Peter Wright. And of course, there is an appearance by yours truly to give you a sneak peak into the Bear Blog this week.




THIS WEEK IN CAL ATHLETICS

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There's a lot going on in the Cal athletic department this week. Thankfully, This Week in Cal Athletics saved us from having to summarize it here. Just watch this video to get filled in on everything that's going on this week.



THIS WEEK IN CAL ATHLETICS FILMED THIS MORNING

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At some point tomorrow, the readers of the Bear Blog will once again be granted the thrilling opportunity to watch us in action on camera with the newest edition of This Week in Cal Athletics.

We filmed this week's episode at Spieker Pool this morning. But since we know that all of you can barely contain your excitement, here are a few photos to tide you over until its release tomorrow.



This Week in Cal Athletics host Chelsea Brown brought some hard-hitting questions with her to Spieker Pool.


Chelsea Brown and Bear Blogger David Seawright in action in front of the camera.


The men behind the scenes: multimedia manager Tsubas Onozaki (left) and This Week in Cal Athletics writer Jeremy Wu.


THE BEAR BLOG'S ON CAMERA DEBUT

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Here is the Bear Blog's on camera from this week's episode of This Week in Cal Athletics. I'd say it's a decent effort for the first time out, but feel free to criticize away below. What else is the "comment" option for, anyway?


THIS WEEK IN CAL ATHLETICS IS UP

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While I may be somewhat savvy with my words, I am helpless when it comes to technology. So, until I'm taught how to embed a video not from YouTube onto the Bear Blog, I'm left to simply provide you with the link. Enjoy.

FILMING FINISHED

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Since I know that all of you were holding your breaths waiting to hear how my on-camera debut went, I thought I'd give you a quick update. The answer? I have no idea - you'll see it right along with me later today.

As soon as the editing process is finished, the video will be uploaded to the CalBears.com homepage and I'll embed it right here on the Bear Blog, so stay tuned. To whet your appetite, check out this tweet which includes a picture of This Week in Cal Athletics host Chelsea Brown in action.


THIS WEEK IN CAL ATHLETICS - THIS MORNING

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One of the most exciting things about the blog format is its versatility - a single post can provide a written account, photographs and video of a certain event. If you're new to the blog, scroll through the last week's worth of content and you'll see exactly what I mean.

The versatility of the format also requires the versatility of those behind the Bear Blog. While I have plenty of experience as a writer, my career as a photographer is about a week old - after all, the blog only launched last week - and I am yet to make my on-camera debut.

Well, today is that day. I will be featured in this week's edition of This Week in Cal Athletics on the CalBears.com home page to discuss the new and improved Bear Blog.

In a few moments I'll be leaving my mobile office (aka my laptop in my apartment) to head to Haas Pavilion to set sail on this new experience.

Filming starts in about an hour and, if I'm completely honest, I still have no idea what I'm going to say. Regardless, it should be a fun ride and, if I'm good enough, I just might secure a weekly spot in the video for the remainder of the spring semester.

So be sure to check back later today for when This Week in Cal Athletics goes up. I'll be sure to provide a link both on the blog and on Twitter for you to see what's coming up in the world of Cal sports and the Bear Blog.


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