Check out what the Tweens chat about in their very own television shows that they made themselves using Studio 300’s Tricaster TV production system. Their topics range from gymnastics and little sisters to their insight into presidential candidates. This was part of Fountaindale’s STEAM week.
Check out what our Teen patrons created after learning TV Production in a 3-hour Studio 300 Bootcamp. They created stories, recorded them using our sophisticated Tricaster TV production system, and they all took turns playing crew roles – Director, Technical Director, Audio, Camera, Floor Director, and Talent. They learned proper television control room lingo and studio hand cues, too. Here are the results.
Several Fountaindale teens participated in a recent TV Production program at Studio 300. The teens learned to make television using our Tricaster TV production system.
After trying their hand at every position – on-camera talent, camera, floor director, audio engineer, technical director, and director – they used what they learned to produce a short television program. This show, called Travel Bros., features tips related to visiting a Disney theme park. The result of their hard work is below:
Interested in learning to use our TV studios to make your own show? Take a class or schedule a training session and we’ll help you get started.
As part of April’s Author Fair, Studio 300 hosted a series of interviews with local writers. They talked about how they started, how they approach their writing, and so much more. The interviews, hosted by Fountaindale’s very own Nancy Sauer, are below: