Chloe Durham and Emily Peebles anchor our latest show, which includes stories about some 8th graders getting a close look at medical careers, some local teens making their mark on Youtube, and a visit with legendary Springfield DJ Woody P. Snow.
All that and more on the 233rd edition of the nation’s longest running monthly newsmagazine produced by teens, for teens.
It’s our annual Broadcast I show, produced by our sophomores. The anchors are Reese Jenkins and Hope Cochran.
Check out the annual Turkey Trot in Springfield, follow the journey of a former HHS student who is seeing the world, meet a refugee and his family as they adjust to life in the Ozarks, and see how the Christian Foundation is giving folks a hand up. All that and more on the December edition of HTV, anchored by Emily Henderson and Kinsie Williams.
Our October show is anchored by Cailey Melville and Wyatt Larson. It includes stories about two first-time voters, a north side horse trainer, the HHS drum line, plus a look at the video game team at Southwest Baptist University. All that and much more on our second show of the year.
The September edition of HTV Magazine is anchored by Tyler Lesue and Audrey Broyles. Stories include a feature about a local sportscaster who shines the spotlight on high school sports in the Ozarks, a Hillcrest teacher who has quite a hobby away from school, coverage of several fall events, and a visit to a place using art to benefit a special group of people.
Our first show of the year looks back at the July bus tour taken by 20 HTVers, as they invaded the Pacific Coast to shoot stories and experience a beautiful part of the country. Each of the 20 students anchors a portion of the show.
The 226th edition of HTV Magazine features in-depth stories about “defining moments.” Anchored by Lindsey Cunningham.
The 226th edition of HTV Magazine has five stories with a common theme–those defining moments that profoundly changed the lives of the people you will meet.
A brief, final show before we call it a year. Anchors are Ben Wassam and Darian Lyon.
The juniors take over HTV Magazine with anchors Kinsie Williams and Denise Pelton presenting six new stories. Watch for a special brand of martial arts, one man’s journey from Africa to the Ozarks, and the reaction teens have to this winter’s lower gas prices. All that and more as we head toward spring break.