ABC’s ‘Good Morning America’ heading to Florida A&M University during homecoming week

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Posted at 3:42 PM, Oct 08, 2022
and last updated 2022-10-27 21:42:05-04

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) — A national morning news program will broadcast on Florida A&M University’s campus during homecoming week.

FAMU announced during its board of trustee meeting last week that ABC’s “Good Morning America” will broadcast live segments of the show on campus.

The broadcasts will be Friday, Oct. 28 at Bragg Memorial Stadium and Saturday, Oct. 29 during the FAMU Homecoming Parade.

Friday on ABC 27 Sunrise at 6:30 a.m., ABC 27’s Karah Bailey joins GMA's TJ Holmes on campus, as he gives the entire nation a taste of the Rattler Experience.

FAMU requests students and spectators that are interested in being part of the audience during "Good Morning America" Friday are asked to arrive at Bragg Memorial Stadium (1500 Wahnish Way) between 6 a.m. and 6:15 a.m. and do not bring or wear election campaign signs or shirts.

At 6:30 a.m., access to enter ends.

Students are asked to enter at Gate 5 of the stadium, while community members are asked to enter at Gate 8.

Both gate entrances are on the west side of the stadium.

If driving to the stadium, spectators are asked to park at the northwest side of the stadium behind the north end zone club off Perry Street.

According to a news release by FAMU, a seven-member team came to Tallahassee and met with FAMU personnel about locations to stage segments of the show.

“The campus is absolutely gorgeous, and I have a very good feeling that GMA will have a wonderful experience for our segment here,” Danielle Librizzo a coordinating producer with Good Morning America said of the campus in a statement provided by FAMU.

Florida A&M’s homecoming week is from Saturday, Oct. 22, through Saturday, Oct. 29.

“We have a wonderful tradition of Homecoming here with Rattlers coming from all over,” Florida A&M University president Larry Robinson said in a statement. “To allow the rest of the world to see some of the festivities, experience the rich culture, and hear about the accomplishments of our graduates and students at FAMU, it doesn’t get any better than that.”