Elective Spotlight: Video Broadcasting
Video broadcasting is an elective for 7th and 8th graders, you go to learn about film and video production, you also make videos that get broadcasted around the school!
I interviewed Mrs. Weiss, our former technology and video broadcasting teacher. Mrs. Hunt is our new teacher. “If you could describe video broadcasting in 1 word, what would it be?” she responded with “teamwork.” Mrs. Weiss chose to teach video broadcasting, because she went to film school in college and got a degree in film production, and she has always had a passion for creating and watching movies and shows, because you can tell stories through them. Not everyone can join video broadcasting, first there is an application process, and it’s only for 7th and 8th. They have done a video scavenger hunt, about me interviews with the journalism class, narrative film projects, and video broadcasts for our school.
I also interviewed Cosmo (Ellie) and Brenna. “If I could describe Video broadcasting in 1 word it would be “exciting.” I chose video broadcasting because it’s a fun elective and I encourage everyone to try and join,” Ellie says.
“I chose video broadcasting for the experience of making and watching movies. My favorite part of video broadcasting is recording, because it really brings out the talent I have. I would choose inspiration for my word,” Brenna said.
Video Broadcasting is fun and inspiring for 7th and 8th grade students who should give it a shot next semester. It's during 4th period I encourage you to join, you will be welcome!