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Elementary, Middle and High Schools

Your background and how you decided to start teaching TV/Video production * How did you obtain initial funding for your program * How do you fund the class now * Did you have equipment available * How many kids are in the TV/Video Production classes * How is it broken down * Is it a multi-year program * How long are the classes * How many students * What types of projects * How many kids to do the morning news broadcast * Do you also do a weekly broadcast * Do your students capture other school events? Sports? Assemblies? Board meetings? Musical Performances?

What jobs do the kids do * Do the kids rotate through on-air talent and crew positions or are they “hired” for a specific task * Do students audition for on-air positions * Do they write the content * How long does the show run * Do you submit programming to independent contest * Can your broadcast be viewed outside the school: District-wide? Local cable access? On your school/district web-site * Where do you post programming? YouTube? Vimeo? SVN-TV? Other?

Do you have an equipment list you can share with our readers * Have any quick start tips!


College / University Profiles

Our College and University Profiles are comprised of four sections:

A description of the courses offered or the degree offered; A description of your faculty, facilities and equipment that is available to the student; Student Life which talks about campus living, dorms (if available) recreational opportunities, etc; And finally, entry requirements, the application process, fees (If you want to discuss them).

We ask for lots of pics for each of the four sections in jpg format, roughly 640 x 480 in size. These are especially helpful in selling your school as students love to see the environment in which they will be learning. Campus pics also show the environment of the school.

A logo or two of the school and any necessary links to get readers to your site easily.


One of the most widely-read and popular sections of School Video News is our School Profiles section.  Divided into 4 categories: Elementary, Middle, High Schools and Colleges/Universities, we share with you what others have done.

Whether its doing morning announcements from a library table to broadcasting from a studio that rivals many networks, SVN talks to the teachers who are dedicated to exposing their students to the world of TV/Video Production and Broadcast Journalism.  

In our College and University section, we cover the courses and degrees offered, the facilities in which the students learn, campus/student life including dorms and extra-curricular activities, and admission/acceptance criteria.