The Buzz 10-31-18

The Halloween edition of the show includes a few creepy/funny/weird skits and features, produced by our Broadcast I class.

“I’ll Be There For You”

A fun opening to “The Buzz” produced by sophomores Audrey Fountain and Emma Tracy.  (music courtesy The Rembrandts/East West, Atlantic)

HC Assembly ’18

Highlights of the 2018 Homecoming assembly from “The Buzz.”

Crowning the Queen

Homecoming queen Sarah Hale is crowned at halftime.

The Buzz 10-12-18

Our Broadcast I crew is all about Homecoming 2018, with plenty of  highlights on this edition of “The Buzz.”  Hosted by Audrey Fountain and Scott Zubillaga, watch for clips from the assembly, the game, and the halftime ceremony, plus a JROTC feature and info about the FCA club at Hillcrest.

HTV Magazine 240

This is the first show of the new school year, anchored by Trevor Roy and Maddy Carson.  We visit with the new Hillcrest football coach, find out how a working teen handles the job and the homework, look at a young woman who said no to college, and yes to trade school, and learned about a unique form of martial arts practiced by a school police office.  All that and more…so take a look.

The Buzz 9-28-18

The Broadcast I class takes over “The Buzz” and this is their first effort of the year.  This program is produced for the Hillcrest audience, but we love when non-Hornets check it out.  Anchors are William Wehmer and Emma Tracy, and there are quite a few segments about next week’s Homecoming at HHS.

On the Spectrum

A look at the challenges of living with Asperger’s Syndrome, produced by Kallie Tuter and Leanna Teudan.

Cop Keeps Calm

A special form of martial arts has helped a school police officer take control of numerous situations during his days, working first with prisoners, and now helping with high school students.  Meet him in this profile by Trevor Roy and Garrett Cates.

The Breakfast Club

They have been friends since the early 1960s, when they attended Hillcrest High School.  Now the ladies in this story talk about what it means to be a Hornet for life, and share how they give back to their alma mater.  Reported by Maddy Carson, shot by Dalton Pearce and Samson Cochran.