HTV Magazine #239

On the latest “HTV Magazine,” we cover the walkout at a sister school, a teen problem that plagues almost everyone at one time or another, two seniors taking a major step this summer, a lawsuit filed by an HHS English teacher, and we also visit a new restaurant with its own unique theme.  All that, plus a commentary by Isabella Halmick, on this brand new show, hosted by Ellen Fountain and Allison Green.

HTV Magazine 238

All of these stories on this show were produced by our sophomores in Broadcast Journalism I.  The hosts are HTVers Hannah Holland and Dalton Pearce.

HTV Magazine #237

The flu, the dunks, and the Tide pods….all part of a brand new HTV Magazine, anchored by Chloe Durham and Samson Cochran.  See those stories and more on the first show of 2018.

HTV Magazine 236

Our last show of 2017 updates a public debate about panhandlers, one which originated with the Greene County sheriff’s social media post.  We meet a Springfield couple and their feathered friends, find out what makes the Reed Middle School Choir something special, and see future Hornets at work in the Little Stinger program.  All that and more in a show anchored by Kaylinn Clotfelter and Brennan Williams.

HTV Magazine #235

Emily Peebles and Austin Hemingway host the 235th edition of “HTV Magazine.” Learn about a local agency providing a safe place for victims of domestic violence in our lead story, then check out an innovation class offered at OTC. Meet our foreign exchange student from Denmark, and see what happened to hear a month ago during homecoming. All that and more from HTV.

HTV Magazine #234

Teens react to “13 Reasons Why,” we investigate the increased use of heroin and opiates, take at look at protests and demonstrations across the U.S., and see how a nearby elementary school throws a great party.  All that and more on the latest HTV Magazine, anchored by Ellen Fountain and Allison Green.

Flashback: HTV #200

ORIGINALLY DEBUTED IN MAY, FIVE YEARS AGO:

The show that took 23 years to produce–our celebration of reaching 200 editions of HTV Magazine.

This program was first screened at the 2012 Hillcrest Media Banquet with an audience that included members of 18 of the last 23 staffs of HTV Magazine, plus current students and parents.

The full house got a chance to take a poignant walk down memory lane as we looked back at some HTV landmarks, and heard from students who built this incredible broadcast program.

HTV Magazine #233

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.

HTV Magazine #232

It’s our annual Broadcast I show, produced by our sophomores.  The anchors are Reese Jenkins and Hope Cochran.

HTV Magazine #231

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.