The Ashland High School Media Class recently purchased a new piece of equipment that will allow them to do green screen work and work towards live broadcast of school activities. The TriCaster 40 is an educational version of a switchboard used by many TV stations to broadcast studio work and live events. The equipment will give students the chance to learn a job skill for a field that has seen a large increase over the last decade. This will also create a opportunity for the students to interact with the community.
We would love to interview people in the Ashland community about their business or upcoming events. To setup an interview, connect Mr. Callaway by either emailing him at email@example.com or calling him at the high school. Our goal is to get the word out about our community and to let the world know more about us.
To view the initial broadcast follow the link below.
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