CINCINNATI, OH (FOX19) - You could call it a dream job for some of the Cincinnati State college students who have shot and edited the new Queen City reality show.
It's airing exclusively on FOX19.
"Rather then just working on projects for a grade, I am actually working on real projects for real world television," says crew member Robert Woodward.
When the Queen City cast mates hit the town, the students following the document it all. It's no amateur effort. The crew brings all the production toys they have to every shoot.
"A project like this, lets them show off. And show they,well, they are great and they really can do fantastic work," says producer Paul Grundy.
The show is about the lives of four women, but it's also about a growing city. It's a city the cast mates say lives up to her famous nickname.
The production crew agrees. They say they have been having a lot of fun.
"When I joined this co-op, I kind of thought I was just going to be checking out gear or renting rooms, but then they said we were going to be shooting a reality show. And will film five or six nights a week. I got to quit my job as a cashier, and I get to do what I want to do," says Woodward.
Queen City airs on Sunday nights at 11 p.m.