STV Wiki


    Welcome to the TV Technology Wiki for Shawnee High School’s TV Technology classes in the Lenape Regional High School District. Check out the blog for instructional video podcasts.

    The TV Technology Curriculum three year course introduces students to communication theories and technologies. It emphasizes advanced experiences and technical skills in audio and video production. The curriculum covers pre-production planning, creative collaboration and communication, research-based and creative script writing, digital video and audio recording techniques, digital file management, lighting, editing, graphics, design, and compositing. The student production team develops media that can be seen all over the world via the world wide web.

    Students receive advanced instruction in electronic news gathering and other programming formats. Emphasis is placed on completing assignments to be aired on Lenape District TV and on the world wide web via ShawneeTV.com. Organizational skills, problem solving, creativity, writing skills, professionalism, and the ability to work cooperatively are modeled and discussed throughout the course. Students experience the vocational environment in a state of the art television production studio.

    Students can earn college credit through Rowan College at Burlington County via the College Acceleration Program (C.A.P.) in the TV Technology 2 and 3 courses. 7 Credits per class, up to 14! Here is more info from Shawnee Guidance Department.

    The Shawnee TV YouTube channel showcases all Renegade Morning Shows taped every Friday.

    You’re invited to my new group “17-18 ShawneeTV” on GroupMe. https://groupme.com/join_group/33848687/Xpkem0

    2018-19 Shawnee TV Event Schedule CLICK HERE.

    Tutorials CLICK HERE.

    Students of the Month
    Production Planning Sheet
    Shawnee TV Event Schedule

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    Segment Ideas:
    General Segment Ideas

    Shawnee TV Renegade Morning Show and Wake Up Homeroom Producers Application

    Mr. Pistone Evaluation