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In November 2019, broadcast journalists from Rome Reports TV, a private and independent international TV news agency based in Rome, Italy, visited the campus of Gardner-Webb University. Antonio Olivié, chief executive officer, and Arturo Anastasio, cameraman, made the trip to America to interview Jay Zimmer, GWU instructor of biology. Olivié was doing research for a documentary about Jesus’ final hours, and it’s now available on the company’s app.
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Office of University Communications, "Rome News Agency Premieres Easter Documentary Featuring Gardner-Webb Instructor of Biology" (2020). Gardner-Webb NewsCenter Archive. 89.