PSTV has created a multimedia meet up 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.
The Philadelphia, King of Prussia Retail store is hosting the Notes for Life FREE after school classes in Music creation and Technology. www.notesforlifeat.com
Students will have hands on experience in Music Production, Audio Engineering and Marketing.
Classes begin on Tuesday, January 10th from 6:30 – 8:00pm at the Philadelphia, King of Prussia Retail Retail Store and run every Tuesday through February 28th. Space is limited so register early
This Signature program is open to all High School Students. Any Questions please contact: LaRecia Tripp email@example.com
Registration: 2 steps
Go to www.notesforlifeat.com to fill out the registration form.
RSVP on the Microsoft site –https://msevents.microsoft.com/CUI/EventDetail.aspx?EventID=1032832498
PSTV Internship – Are you interested in an internship. PSTV is looking for interns to work on dedicated projects that we have in the pipeline. The program is currently open to 5-7 students who can start in January, equipment training will happen based on student schedules. If interested contact firstname.lastname@example.org This is a program that will be hands on and you will be able to create projects that you can add to your portfolio.
CREATE a PSA – The US Navy is changing the way we reach out to those interested in joining. Instead of “brick and mortar” offices, where applicants speak face to face with a Navy Recruiter, we are using the Cyber World to communicate with our Future Sailors. In the Philadelphia area, our recruiting stations will be closed and students who want to speak with a recruiter will contact them via Facebook, Skype, Twitter etc. All paperwork will be completed online and face to face interviews will be at a minimum.
We need to communicate this new process to the students, parents and educators of the Philadelphia School District. To do this we want to create a video to be used on the school district’s media networks, to inform our market of the change in our recruiting methods. Who better to assist us with this project than you – the “Cyber Citizens”. Your input can help us create the most effective means of grabbing the attention of our main market – your fellow students!
We need students who can help us produce, direct, and edit a 30 – 60 second video. We want to hear your ideas on imagery, content and production values. If you are interested, contact email@example.com
PSTV Spotlight – Interested in working on assisting in developing a brand new show. PSTV spotlight needs an entire crew, including a host. PSTV Spotlight highlights local industry professionals about the steps they took to get into their profession. Program development will happen in January. If interested contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Contest – We are happy to announce the PAYSPI 5th Annual PSA Contest for Youth Suicide Prevention. Attached are the letter to schools and associated flyer. Full contest rules, timeline, and additional information can be found on our webpage. Entrants have a unique opportunity this year, as we are partnering with the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline. Students who choose to submit entries based on #BeThe1To messaging are eligible to have their submissions distributed nationally. Additionally, thanks to the Lifeline, public voting will be communicated to over 200,000 people across the country; meaning that all submissions which are chosen as finalists will have their PSA displayed on a national level.
We are working to continue our partnerships with some community organizations that have assisted us to recognize winners in the past. Please see the website under “News and Events” for past Suicide Prevention Nights at the Ballpark.
Please distribute to your contacts in school districts across the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. Any questions can be directed to email@example.com.
WALNUT THEATRE VIDEO PROJECT – Interested in covering a Theater performance and creating small PSA’s to be used by the Walnut Street Theatre and your schools. The performances range from Diversity, Bullying, Nutrition and more. If interested contact firstname.lastname@example.org Here is a link to the pieces you would be highlighting – https://www.walnutstreettheatre.org/education/outreach-season-2016-2017.php
The filming would happen at PSTV studios on the following dates -March 7th, 9th or April 11th in the afternoon and April 13th
INFORMATIONAL VIDEO PROJECTS – We are looking for students to film, edit and produce this series of short videos for SDP’s Office of Family and Community Engagement is producing a series of informational videos that will train members of School Advisory Councils on different professional development topics.This is a great opportunity for students to gain professional experience in the film industry and institutional knowledge about the School District. ” Topics include:
- “How to Get People Involved in the School”
- “How to Address School Progress Reports”
- “How to Read a Comprehensive School Level Plan”
- “How to Address School Curriculum”
- “How to Read a School Budget”
- “How to Address School Data (Research and Evaluation)”
- “How to Address Attendance and Truancy”
- “How to Engage Multilingual Families in Your School”
THERE WILL BE MORE POSTED SHORTLY, if interested email email@example.com
Studio Production Workshops – Sign up today to learn how to use the studio equipment at PSTV to produce your own show. This is a 8 week program where you will receive hands on training, from media literacy to hands on broadcast equipment training, and produce a TV segment with your group. Sign up by Dec. 21st. Beginning January 4, 2017 Wednesday from 4-6PM, to sign up today email firstname.lastname@example.org
PROGRAMS AT PHILLYCAM
Mondays-Your Life ON AIR (Youth Radio Class)
Want to learn how to produce a radio show? Here’s your chance friend! Learn audio and journalism skills in this super fun and interactive class.
A whole new year of classes for youth at PhillyCAM! Our youth classes are lots of fun and a great opportunity for youth to have their voices heard in a supportive, friendly atmosphere. Gain a better understanding of audio skills and storytelling!
This class is free with youth membership and runs from January 23, 2017-April 3rd, 2017.
W.E Wednesday’s (Year Round no sign up required)
Weds 4pm-6pm A day to focus on future goals while building community connections with other youth. This could look like working on vision boards,learning a new DIY skill, attending and event or having group discussions. Relaxed relationship building through self-discovery.
Video: Focused Flicks Crew (Sign-up required)
Tuesday/Thursdays starting January 10-June 9 -4pm-6pm
Become DSLR and Première certified, Create monthly show, Learn to use cameras, Learn basic editing, Scriptwriting
*Lounge& Chill- (No sign up required) FRIDAYS 2-6
Drop-in and work on independent projects, do homework or just hang out with other youth members in a creative space.
Do you like art and music? Let’s check out this exhibit on Jan 27 @ 4pm-6:30pm at the Institute of Contemporary Art University of Pennsylvania
Submit your videos- to air on PSTV. If you have a video you have produced and would like it to run on PSTV, let me know, and we can help you through the process of getting your video submitted. email@example.com