Kent State University School of Journalism & Mass Communications Add LiveU Technology to give students more opportunities to produce live news

In the last several years, small college, high school and amateur sports webcasts have become very popular.

I have had the Teradek Vidiu Go for couple of months.

PTZ - Pan/Tilt/Zoom. Moving Cameras. Remote controls. What’s the point?

Why would you use a small parabolic mic instead of a shotgun mic?

Have you heard that baseball is a disgusting game? It really is.

Do you have an internet connection that I can tap in to?

1. Movement

If your speaker (audio source) is moving around a stage a cable could be a big problem.

New book for broadcast clubs will be available free on Kindle during the 2019 NAB Show.

At the 2019 NAB, Henry Engineering will introduce SportsCaster, a new product that’s simplifies the play-by-play audio of a sporting event telecast or broadcast.

HEVC revolutionized the way our customers produced live news, sports, and events in 2018.

When I got the call from the guys at IDX asking if I ever used their batteries, my immediate thought was “why would I ever use professional level batteries in my classroom?”

It’s the second half of the school year, and we all know that means lots of exciting events at your school.

Several months ago, I wrote that automated sports production “ is real and around the corner for high school sports.”

When planning the recent CavesLIVE distance learning webcast from the 260-feet deep Luray Caverns in Virginia, the production team of Williams County Public Schools knew they needed a robust, reliable transmission solution that could handle the lack of bandwidth in the cave.

Teradek’s VidiU devices are used in schools & universities across the country for simple, reliable live streaming.

Looking for a solution to manage audiovisual gear wherever you are?

LED camera lights are gaining momentum as the choice for event photography, ENG use, documentary filmmaking, cinema - even fashion photographers are experimenting with continuous LED lighting now.

Over the past 30 years, since Mirror Image Teleprompters was founded, my favorite activity has been working with students and instructors on their school’s prompting needs.

You’ve been planning and building a studio for your students,

Several time a month the crew here at SVN gets requests for beginning studio equipment.  

If all you use is a video camera in your production then it's going to look and sound like a home video: plain and simple. 

High-quality video starts at the source, and today's camcorders offer more options than ever to help you capture a first-class image.

Teachers have a distorted perspective on reality sometimes. We just get so use to "doing more with less," "accommodating" low-performing students, using gear until it’s used up and digging into our own pockets to buy supplies or feed a hungry kid on a field trip.

Historical Overview

There has always been a desire by producers and directors with vision to want to improve what is before them.

In this second of three installments, Rob Z will show us how he lit a middle school studio at Amherst Tech TV to make the most of the features in Adobe’s Visual Communicator namely the very forgiving chromakey or green screen capabilities. 

Now that you've tackled content, crew and equipment needs, it's time to take a look at some ways to make your school video program more visually-exciting using sets.

The last issue of School Video News had an article about the Uni-Set modular scenic product. This is a fine solution for a quick and generic set based on various portable shapes and components.

Designing an affordable software-based TV studio facility” as opposed to thousands of dollars in hardware-based setups.

Contributors: Janet K. Kerby, Rob Munzig, Phil Harris

Story-telling skills and many production skills can be taught with a bare minimum of equipment. With today’s technology becoming more available at the consumer and prosumer level, it is possible to offer students new digital technology without huge investments.

Story-telling skills and many production skills can be taught with a bare minimum of equipment. With today’s technology becoming more available at the consumer and prosumer level, it is possible to offer students new digital technology without huge investments.

Story-telling skills and many production skills can be taught with a bare minimum of equipment. With today’s technology becoming more available at the consumer and prosumer level, it is possible to offer students new digital technology without huge investments.