How to Motivate and Inspire Students

We’d all like to think that our elective class was the first choice of every student in our room. Unfortunately, this is not always the case.

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Is a College Degree Necessary for Announcing?

Do you need a college degree to be a good announcer?

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The Production Process

Too many teachers I have seen just say, “make a video, and turn it in with a script by the due date”  not knowing there are steps throughout the process that should be taught, practiced and assessed.

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Principles Of Effective Communication

Copy begins not as a script but as ideas in the mind of a writer—an ad agency copywriter, a newswriter, a documentary scriptwriter, a station sales representative, or some other specialist in broadcast writing.

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Get Your Mind Out of the Gutter

Hey, got your attention. Didn't I?

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6 Tips To Broadcast the Best Graduation Ever!

The sun is shining and flowers are blooming which means one thing and one thing only... it’s time to broadcast your graduation! Here are 6 tips to get the most out of your graduation broadcast from our buddy Mick at High School Cube...

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Using Social Media to Increase Audience Engagement

Viewing habits are changing and broadcasters are responding in a number of ways.

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5 Time-Saving Corners to Cut on the Set

Every video producer wears many hats. Because of this, if we aren’t careful, we can lose a lot of time dealing with distractions and inefficiencies during our shoots. Since time is money, all that wasted time adds up to lost revenue, and that will never do. To combat this terrible tendency, before we uncap our camera, we need to be vigilant to identify and deter any potential problems in our production processes. In this entry, we’ll uncover 5 time-saving tips to help you run your shoots most efficiently.

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