South Florida Access: Super Bowl and the Museum of Illusions

South Florida Access returns for its fourth season, kicking off with Andrea Igliozzi and Bianca Marcof giving you this week’s trending topics in the “The Hot Minute.” They talk about the coronavirus outbreak, the powerful earthquake that hit the Caribbean Tuesday, Vanessa Bryant’s Instagram post on the death of her husband Kobe and daughter Gianna and the upcoming Super Bowl halftime show featuring Jennifer Lopez and Shakira.

Host Jay Valle gives an inside look of the preparations going on in the Hard Rock Stadium ahead of Sunday’s game, featuring a special interview with NFL Field Director Eric Finkelstein.

Yuselys Solis visits popular Instagram funhouse, the Museum of Illusions. Your eyes are not deceiving you: each room features an immersive illusion experience for all ages.

And Solis, accompanied by Elijah Pestana, also covers the Super Fan Fest, a massive free event celebrating the big game, presented by AT&T. The two get fan reactions during the event, which features sports bars, tailgating, live music and activities for football fans.

Jay Valle creator and host of the South Florida Access is quickly building a name for himself in the world of entertainment journalism.

With his passion to get to the heart of every story and connect with his audience, he is building a lasting brand and hoping to inspire many along the way.

Bianca Marcof is a journalism major at Florida International University. She is interested in multimedia reporting, but her favorite thing to do is write.

A Brazilian-American and Miami native, Elijah Pestana is pursuing his undergraduate degree in broadcast media and digital communication at FIU. He uses his knowledge within the performing arts, television , politics and higher education to pursue his deep passion for storytelling and entertaining others. He aspires to become a late-night talk show host, combining his gift of comedy and love for journalism to promote media literacy for future generations.

Andrea Igliozzi is a journalist originally from Caracas, Venezuela. From politics to arts, she has a passion for telling well-founded stories through video and multimedia platforms. She is qualified in front and behind the cameras.

Yuselys Solis is a broadcast journalism student minoring in psychology and marketing. She is passionate about latino issues, but hopes to one day be an entertainment on-air talent.