STN bestows awards on BVTV's Broadcast Technology program
The Student Television Network (STN) recently announced the winning entries in the 2005 STN Spring Nationals competition. Students in the Blue Valley Schools Broadcast Technology Program (BVTV18) earned three top honors.
Winning first place in the Feature / Human Interest Story category, BVN seniors Amanda Peterson, Courtney Maphies, and Derrick Maples told how Linda Crosthwait, a Lakewood Middle School teacher, returned to the sport she loves after a severe injury.
BVHS seniors Ryan Wallace and Graham Yohe won first place in the Sports
Feature category. Their story told how twin wrestlers, Grant and Keaton
Baker of Blue Valley High, have excelled in this sport with support from each
other and from their family.
Members of the BVTV Student News Team learn the advanced skills necessary as reporters and operators of studio and field equipment through hands-on training and practical application. Student productions include a one-hour live weekly news show, Good Morning, Blue Valley. Blueprints, a news magazine, incorporates feature stories about the programs and people within the schools.
Adviser for the Student News Team is Bruce McRoberts. More information
about BVTV18 can be found on their web site at http://bvtv.bluevalleyk12.org
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