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Summer TV Workshop 2014
Texas Student TV (TSTV) is the University of Texas’ own fully student run, FCC-Licensed television station that broadcasts locally on Digital Antenna Channel 29.1 (Austin, TX) and online via TexasStudentTv.com. During this years Television workshop, students will learn techniques in filming, lighting, sound, and editing for broadcast television along with many other valuable skills they can take with them that apply to all methods of digital storytelling. Instructors for the workshop will consist of award winning Broadcast Journalism and Radio-Television-Film majors who work at TSTV. At the end of the workshop, students will produce a 30-minute broadcast that will air on Texas Student TV. Students and parents will receive a DVD copy of this recorded broadcast.
Our summer workshop consists one session for Middle and High school students. Incoming 6th grade through incoming 12th grade students can attend the workshop.
Middle/High School Workshop
July 14 - 18
9 am to 4 pm
Cost: $400 per person per workshop
Age: Incoming 6th through Incoming 12th grade students.
Extras: Lunch, T-shirt
Lunches: Mix of both hot and cold lunches (ex. sandwiches or pizza).
Texas Student Media
Hearst Student Media Building
2500 Whitis Avenue
Austin, TX 78712
Registration forms are available at the Texas Student Media business office, 2500 Whitis Avenue, 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.
Contact the business office at 512-471-5071 or email questions and registration form requests to Ian Reese, TSTV Station Manager.