Broadcast I students take over the show and produce their first stories for HTV Magazine. Stories include a profile of a former Hillcrest media student now producing news for KOLR-10, a world-class motocross rider, the story behind the “Instagram Husband,” hover boards, and a brand new commentary. Anchors are Emily Harmon and Josh Horned.
This show looks back at eight stories from 2015 on HTV Magazine. The segments represent a nice cross-section of the pieces we produced during the past 12 months. The anchor is Cailey Melville.
Check out the December edition of HTV, anchored by Caleb Dalton and Mackenzie Hallam. Stories include a feature about a place for those who are grieving, and a father and son who run their own special effects studio. Those stories and more as we wrap up 2015.
The October edition of HTV Magazine includes stories about a dedicated teen pilot, a house on the north side all decked out for Halloween, and a Special Assignment about sexual assault, including insight from a teen victim. See ten new segments on our second show of the year, anchored by Shelby Baker and Lindsey Cunningham.
The first program of the 2015-16 school year includes nine new stories and a commentary. Anchors are Wyatt Larson and Hope Cochran. It is the 220th edition of the show, which debuted in October, 1989.
Anchored by Cheyanne Broyles and Jordan Lundquist, our latest show includes a profile of three senior boys headed to the military this summer, and a look back at the run to the state tourney by the Hillcrest girls and boys basketball teams. All that and much more on the next-to-the-last show of the year.
The students in our Broadcast Journalism I class hit the field for the stories on this month’s show. Look for coverage of Skyzone, Grad School, Project Graduation, a Bass Pro diver, and a Hillcrest baseball legend…and much more.
Anchors are Shelby Baker and James McCullough.
The December edition of “HTV Magazine” includes coverage of a post-Ferguson protest on the square, plus holiday features about bell ringers, pet adoptions, the Christmas parade, and to wrap it up, students cite their least favorite songs of the season. You also might want to watch for Springfield’s very own Caped Crusader to make an appearance.
All that and more on the last show of 2014. Anchors are Darian Lyon and Emily Harmon.
Find out how colleges and employers are checking your social media posts on the latest edition of HTV. Other stories include a “thriller” of a dance on Commercial Street, vapor cigarettes, and how shoeboxes are making life better for people in need. All that and much more on our November show, anchored by Katelyn Johannsen and Christian Shearer.
The first “HTV Magazine” of the school year includes a look at the healthier food students have to choose from at school, a profile of a female drag racer, and a feature about Springfield’s very own TV talk show.
We also solve the mystery of who those guys are at the corner of Kearney and Grant Street. All that and more on a show hosted by juniors Mackenzie Hallam and Sam Gibbens.