Summer Video Institute Trains Broadcasting Students
Five student produced videos premiered Friday during the final program held by Channel 13’s annual Summer Video Institute. Now in its ninth year, the Institute has attracted a number of high school broadcasting students who want to sharpen their skills during the summer by working with the professionals on the School System’s Channel 13 educational television staff at the David C. Treen Instructional Technology Center in Mandeville.
Approximately 25 students from the St. Tammany Parish Public School System worked last week to fine-tune their video production skills from shooting raw footage and standup storytelling in the field to final editing procedures in the studio. The institute includes instruction on how to best employ camera work, lighting, writing, and music and photo overlays.
This year, the six topics include local custom guitars makers, The Mandeville Trailhead, The World War II Museum in New Orleans, the Soul Chamber Audio Studio, and What To Do at the Library.
Links to view the videos are Music from the Soul , National War World II Museum , Manuel & Patterson Guitar Makers , St. Tammany Parish Public Libraries and Mandeville Trailhead .
A sixth video featured highlights of the past week’s activities by all five groups. It was produced by former intern and SVI alumni Kaitlyn Morales.
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