JUNE 12 – 16, 2017

Have you ever wondered what it takes to produce a news story or commercial? Are you interested in learning the “behind the scenes” operation of a television station? KTVF is offering an exciting summer opportunity for kids ages 12-17 with an interest in learning the ropes of broadcast television and commercial production.

During five days of intensive training from local experts, students will produce their own news segments and finished commercials, which will air on Channel 11! Brainstorming, script writing, storyboarding, directing, shooting video, composition and lighting, editing and graphics are areas of study.



The broadcast academy will run June 12-16: M-F, 9:30AM – 3:30PM. Lunch will be provided on the last day. Space is limited, so don’t delay.



Students will learn basic knowledge of the broadcast industry such as directing; interviewing and reporting; editing and shooting video; composition and lighting. Student groups will work with a goal of producing a :30 second public service announcement for a local non-profit organization and a news story that will air on our station this summer!



$175 before May 19
$195 after May 19
For more information, contact Penelope Shackley at 458-1801 or email pashackley@ktvf11.com.



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