If you are trying to do film projects in your classroom, it is important to get everyone involved.
Part Two in this multi-part series: The High School Sports Machine
I may be wrong but I believe our job as video production teachers reaches much farther than those in academic subjects because what we teach is unique and very specific.
Recently I attended the Sports Video Group’s College Video Summit in Atlanta.
With less and less funding available for the arts in educational institutions of all levels, Monte Zucker Education (MZed) takes on the responsibility of producing creative educational materials for individuals of all skill levels interested in the creative arts.
I remember the time I initially signed up for my Facebook account, in 2009.
Following on from last month’s article which covered the most basic rule of video production, how to reach your viewing audience, this month I’m going to look at the quality of what you create.
We officially launched the Sports Broadcast Institute at the Rockdale Career Academy in the Fall of 2015.
Many new video teachers ask me how I get my program to run so efficiently.
Children never cease to amaze me at just how creative and innovative they can be.
Organizations big and small are all utilizing live streaming avenues to publicize their events these days, and schools are no exception to this new innovation.
A couple of thoughts regarding closing up your studio during the summer break:
The first, and perhaps the most basic thing to remember about producing any kind of video is that you’re making a video for someone else to watch.
Whether you’re an electronics consumer, or you work in the world of video production, you’ve most certainly heard about 4K.
Vitec Videocom partners with Global Finance Group to offer new financing opportunities for customers based in US or Canada.
The video streaming experts at Eduvision led the way to be the power-platform backbone for GrandStadium, the Minnesota High School League (AKA: MSHSL) and Hubbard Television’s Channel 45 productions.
3 Reasons Your School Should Make the Move to Cloud-Based Equipment Checkout Software
I will start with an admission that I prefer basketball.
The modern philosopher Mike Tyson once said “everyone has a plan until they get punched in the mouth” and that is how I felt in December after launching the Sports Broadcast Institute at the Rockdale Career Academy.
It has often been said that the best way is to “let the children lead the way,” and this is most definitely the case when it comes to allowing students the opportunity to showcase their talents as budding TV production teams.
If you ask any high school media and production student, most any of them will most likely tell you their goal is to become a world-class filmmaker.
In February, I was at the post-game press conference for a University of Georgia basketball game.
A day after graduating from the University of Bristol (UK) with a degree in Zoology, the 22 year old was more than happy to travel the world with National Geographic photography veteran Steve Winter for an adventure of a lifetime.
We want to start by thanking all of you for taking the time to complete the survey.
For the last couple of issues I covered an interview with Katie Chirhart, the iPad Lab teacher at Shreve Island Elementary School in Caddo Parish, Louisiana.
School Video News has been given permission by Goodheart-Willcox publishers of Phil Harris’ Television Production & Broadcast Journalism to announce the release of the new, 2018 edition.
There is no rest for the weary in high school sports productions. Seasons always overlap.
Last month I began the first part of a two-part interview with Bill Whicker, the Technology Coordinator at Ketchikan Gateway Borough School District in Ketchikan, Alaska.
This summer MZed is proud to announce Alex Buono’s Visual Storytelling 2 featuring Saturday Night Live Film Unit Cinematographer Alex Buono.
Projects for my beginning students are different than projects for my advanced classes.
When I was a little boy, my cousin and I would play “Radio DJ”.
The new school season has started, and the summer break seems like a dim and distant memory.
October in my opinion is the greatest month of the year!
Once upon a time, there were a very limited number of outlets to share video and film content.
Back in 1988, when camcorders were new, and very expensive, video production was limited to the professionals.
Once upon a time, not so long ago, there existed this place called “The Office”.
There’s no doubt whatsoever that video streaming is an exceptional powerful communication tool that is now widely available to almost everyone, even in schools which haven’t as yet completely embraced video technology as being an essential element in modern education.
In last month’s article I looked at how easy it is to do video streaming, and several readers have asked me about what kind of things I’d recommend they try streaming first, and why.
I’m not sure who first coined the term “IoT” (Internet Of Things), but it sure sums up life today.
I have always loved the Marx Brothers, and their movies.
In my opinion, September is the hardest month of the school year.
We are all familiar with the term “broadcasting”. We have been using it for many years, since the advent of the radio signal.
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Streams of Laughter, Fun, and Excitement. . .
Today, we seem to have developed a communication conundrum which is growing to become a serious issue adversely affecting modern society.
Like most Digital Media programs around the country, we are constantly looking for ways to maintain enrollment and grow the program.
It’s hard to believe, but dreams are finally coming true for Star Trek fans who imagine themselves visiting a holodeck.