Shining Light on a Tight Budget

studio1Teachers have a distorted perspective on reality sometimes. We just get so use to "doing more with less," "accommodating" low-performing students, using gear until it’s used up and digging into our own pockets to buy supplies or feed a hungry kid on a field trip.

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Improve Your Production with Sets

Now that you've tackled content, crew and equipment needs, it's time to take a look at some ways to make your school video program more visually-exciting using sets.

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Creating Affordable Green Screens

Historical Overview

There has always been a desire by producers and directors with vision to want to improve what is before them.

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Lighting for a Middle School Studio

In this second of three installments, Rob Z will show us how he lit a middle school studio at Amherst Tech TV to make the most of the features in Adobe’s Visual Communicator namely the very forgiving chromakey or green screen capabilities. 

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Designing a Middle School Studio

Designing an affordable software-based TV studio facility” as opposed to thousands of dollars in hardware-based setups.

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Our Middle School Studio Goes LIVE!

In this final installment, Rob Z will take us through a typical newscast at Amherst Tech TV.

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Big Station Look in your School TV Studio

The last issue of School Video News had an article about the Uni-Set modular scenic product. This is a fine solution for a quick and generic set based on various portable shapes and components.

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