Zoo Goes Boo

The local zoo used to host the annual “Spooktacular” around Halloween time.  This year a different event took place during “boo season” and Anna Daniel and Leanna Teudan checked it out.

First 30: Brad Thomas

Our “First 30 Flashback” this time is a profile of HTV Hall of Famer Brad Thomas, who recalls the serious, and not-so-serious projects he produced while on our staff.  Anna Cochran and Audrey Fountain catch up with a person who made a lasting impression on our program.

Shoe Biz

Garrett Cates and Madison Letterman checked out a local store specializing in “hype” footwear.

The Sanctuary

It’s not far from Springfield, but it is a totally different world–one designed for tigers, and other exotic creatures enjoying their retirement years.  Kenzie Turner and Madeline Summers check it out from the safe side of the fence for this feature.

Lord Stanley’s Cup

It came to Springfield, and thousands of local hockey fans got a chance to see it, touch it, and take a few selfies.  Thanks to the St. Louis Blues’ NHL championship, hockey fever is running high, as Avery Grant and Wyatt Collins show us.

Defeating Dyslexia

The most common learning disability in the U.S. effects kids and adults.  It makes reading simple words and phrases that much harder, but there are ways to overcome it.  Reporter Emma Tracy and photographer William Wehmer have the story.

Lamplight Sessions

A Springfield couple decided to bring the music closer to home…much closer.  Reporter Sophia Vaughn and photographer Trevor Roy checked it out.

The Founders’ Day

Members of the first-year staff of “HTV Magazine” came home for a reunion 30 years after their show debuted.  It was a day of memories and reflection, as reporter Scott Zubillaga shows us.

The Breakfast Club #1

A brand new show by the sophomores in our Broadcast I class, “The Breakfast Club” is uploaded twice a month, and viewed on Friday mornings at Hillcrest.  This first edition is hosted by Chloe Southerland and Brianna Williams.  Watch for short features about our school, as well as some light segments along the way.

Prove It

An entry produced by HTVers for the “4State Conference” 10-hour film production event.  Students were required to use some stop motion, a copier sound effect, stay on the hotel site, and use the phrase, “You’ve got to stop doing that.” And…they had to break a pencil.  AND…someone had to have a strange super power.