PSTV has created a multimedia meetup space where students can learn about a multitude of media opportunities that are available. Here you will learn about film festivals, educational programs available from industry partners, workshops, Internships and much more.
KYW Newsradio Newstudies Program 2016 – Since approximately 1968, KYW Newsradio has given high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to learn about the inner workings of a major market radio station with the Newstudies student reporter program. During four Saturdays in October students will learn reporting, news writing, editing, ethics and interviewing skills from KYW Newsradio managers, editors, and reporters. At the end of the Newstudies program there will be a graduation ceremony. To graduate from the program students must research, write and record news stories about their school or community. The student’s report will air on KYW Newsradio 1060AM, be posted on CBSPhilly.com and iTunes.
When: Class Sessions – Saturday October 8th, 15th, 22nd and 29th 9:00AM-Noon Where: KYW Newsradio, 1555 Hamilton Street
Applications: Please use the link below to submit a maximum of two nominees to the KYW Newstudies Program. The nomination deadline is Friday, September 23rd 2016. Past program participants will not be accepted. Due to limited space KYW Newsradio may not be able to accept every student who submitted their name by the deadline. After the nomination deadline accepted students will receive details about the program (ex. program schedule and expectations) via email. School contacts will be notified by email if their students are not accepted in the program. https://cbslocalcorp.wufoo.com/forms/r9lq2r81j6saxx/
TOWN HALL LETS CIVIC MINDED YOUTH WEIGH IN ON KEY ELECTION YEAR ISSUES
Greater Philadelphia media providers WHYY and 900AM WURD will turn the microphones over to local teens and young adults for an evening of lively discussion during their Youth Town Hall. The stars of radio talk show Youth WURDS will join an audience of area young people to weigh in on immigration, gun control, education and other topics important to the next generation of voters.
DETAILS: Parents, educators and youth group leaders are encouraged to bring young adults as well as those who have not yet reached voting age. The program will be moderated by scholars in politics and social policy.
WHEN: Wednesday, September 28, 2016 5-7:30 p.m. REGISTER BY: September 16 WHERE: WHYY, Independence Mall West, 150 North Sixth St.
The event will be taped for web and radio, and live tweeting will be encouraged. Though admission is free and open to WHYY members and the general public, registration is required: http://www.eventbrite.com/e/youth-town-hall-tickets-27262830861?aff=whyyoutreach1
When: Sept 29-Oct.1st — 9-5PM Where: Downtown Sheraton at 201 North 17th Street,
You can find out more on the website at – http://learningscapes.a4le.org/ Students must have their own equipment, they will be covering conference sessions, opening speakers and student presentations, if interested contact firstname.lastname@example.org
OASIS LGBTQ Student Film Festival is the first-ever of its-kind citywide, all-inclusive filmmaking event and is inviting participation from students from the public, private, parochial, and charter schools in the City of Philadelphia. SUBMISSION DEADLINE- OCT. 22, 2016