The students from both the morning and afternoon classes finished their senior videos and stories and the final show will begin airing this Friday on Time Warner Channel 18. To see the times search under BVTV on the District website. All listings of iMedia will be the airing of the show.
The students continue to finish up projects for Braden's Hope to Cure Childhood Cancer, American Heart Association and Susan B. Komen Foundation.
Several current students will also go to various Royals games this summer and take photos and videos of Dream Factory kids to present to their families.
The morning and afternoon class are creating two minute "senior videos" that they must create and edit by early next week. These require learning many new skills to create a superior product. These will be used on our final BVTV show which will be taped next week.
We are finishing BVTV stories on several outstanding young people in the district, and also completing a project for Deliece Hofen from Braden's Hope Charitable organization.
The afternoon students completed their live tv show on Friday with many stories about the district along with weather and sports. There was a great deal of cooperation and teamwork!
All of the students are working on an end of the year senior video that will be presented at an end of the year show.
iMedia recently gained Union Broadcasting as a business partner and several of our students traveled to the recent Chiefs draft to conduct interviews and help WHB Sports Radio staff with interviews. We are very excited about this partnership.
The morning students are finishing up business partner projects with 435 Magazine and EA Bride. There are also three morning students who are finishing up their internships with local photographers and Aloft Hotel.
Three afternoon students are also finishing up their internships with 435 Magazine and Town Center Plaza.
The students in the morning are working on several projects, including one for former Stanley Elementary principal Deliece Hofen. Her son has a form of childhood cancer, and she has formed a foundation, Braden's Hope to inform people about this disease. We are working on a video on a young boy who has childhood cancer that will be shown at her annual fundraising event.
The AM students have finished up two stories for the American Heart Association promoting Go Red for Women. The two stories are from a woman who has lost more than100 pounds through diet and exercise, and a mother who lost her daughter to sudden cardiac arrest.
The PM students are working on their next TV show, which will feature sports around the district. The girls are heading to Sassy Chic Boutique next Tuesday to promo the prom season. Several are also working on a promo for the upcoming Chic Week sponsored by 435 Magazine!
Several of the students took photos that appeared in this month's issue of 435 magazine. These included Shea Lauer, Alex Sher, Courtney Steinnagel, Kylie Feuerborn and Courtney Schutz. Courtney and Shea were also credited for their help with another photo spread in the magazine.
The afternoon students are working on several promos for our business partner Trendz, and we hope to create a special sports show for the spring sports season. Some of the morning students also spent last Thursday evening at the Baltimore Club downtown helping promote the launch of EA bride's spring issue. EA Bride is a local bridal magazine and a valued business partner.
The morning students are continuing to work on many projects for 435 magazine, the Komen Foundation and the American Heart Association. We are also taking photos for many businesses to promote their products.
The afternoon students just completed their cable show Blue Valley Today. It can be seen on Cable channel 18. Check the Blue Valley website for times.
The morning students are working on several projects for 435 South magazine, the American Heart Association, and the Susan B. Komen Foundation. The morning students recently went to shoot a segment at Jack Stack barbecue downtown and will returnnext Wednesday. On Tuesday they will have guest speaker Kat Mansur talk to the class about PR and marketing.
The afternoon class is preparing for a district TV show next Thursday. They are also working on several projects for 435 South magazine and recently got to meet Trent Green when he did some audio work for an upcoming project.
The morning students are busy taking photographs and creating video projects for several business partners including the American Heart Association, the Komen Foundation, and 435 South magazine .
The afternoon students are working on several feature stories for our live broadcast on BVTV and other students are doing segments for Metro Sports and local boutiques.
On Friday our iMedia staff covered the reveal party for 435 South magazine at One Block South. We also recently went to Sassy Chic Boutique for our annual segment on prom dresses.
On Wednesday four of our students attended the Dream Factory/Royals luncheon at The Granfaloon. They made two videos that played during the luncheon. They also got to sit with Royals TV announcer Rex Hudler!
Our students have completed a project for Dream Factory. During the baseball season iMeda students take pictures and video of a Dream Factory kid as they get to ride in a limo, visit the ballplayers in the dugout and then go out on the field. The students put together two videos that will be shown at a banquet this Wednesday at Grandfalloon on the Plaza.
The morning students will be working at Trendz on Monday taking photos and video to help promote the store. They will also be visiting several boutiques in the near future to promote their store on the 435 South Facebook page and website.
Four students have received internships and are getting real-life experience in their field of study!
The students attended an assembly at Lakewood last Friday where they assisted in the production of a video that was produced for 435 Magazine .
The morning students went to Oliver's Salon and took photos for their website.
Many of the students continue to learn the basics of video production.
The iMedia class is learning the equipment and continuing to work on stories and events for 435 South magazine, the Komen Foundation and the American Heart Association. The afternoon crew went to LKMS Friday to help videotape an assembly where a family with two children in wheelchairs was awarded a check to pay for a lift.