ATVB News

  • "That's A Wrap" on the 2016 Season of On The Prowl

    The Satellite Center’s Advanced TV Broadcasting Course wrapped up the 2016 season of the “On The Prowl” sports show. The AM ATVB class completed 12 episodes of the Hahnville On The Prowl Show with Head Coach Nick Saltaformaggio and the PM Class created 13 episodes of the Destrehan On The Prowl Show with Head Coach Stephen Robicheaux.

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  • A Sneak Peek Behind The Production Curtain

    During the production of a recent Hahnville High School Volleyball game we decided to do a little experiment. We were able to send one of the multiviewer video signals of our Blackmagic Design ATEM 2 M/E Switcher to a recorder so we can see what the student director sees during a broadcast. This give us is a little sneak peek behind the "production curtain" or as it is referred to in the film industry, the "fourth wall."

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  • ATVB Team 2016-17 Game Broadcasts

    These are the 2016 game broadcasts produced by the Advanced TV Broadcasting Team operating as Press Play Productions.

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  • 2016 Destrehan On The Prowl Show

    This is the Destrehan On The Prowl Show for the Fall 2016 Season. The current show will be at the top of the list. On The Prowl is a production of the St. Charles Parish Public Schools Satellite Center's Advanced TV Broadcasting Course in Luling, Louisiana. Press Play Productions is a "student run, student led" broadcast production team.

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  • 2016 Hahnville On The Prowl Show

    These are the Hahnville On The Prowl Show's for the Fall 2016 Season. The most current show is at the top of the list. On The Prowl is a production of the St. Charles Parish Public Schools Satellite Center’s Advanced TV Broadcasting Course in Luling, Louisiana. Press Play Productions is a “student run, student led” broadcast production team.

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  • 2016 ATVB Team Off To Great Start

    It's been a wet start to the 2016-17 school year at the St. Charles Parish Public Schools Satellite Center, but a great start. We have completed two days of orientation and we still have one more day to go but then it's down to business.

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  • Press Play Releases Proposed Fall 2016 Schedule

    Press Play Productions has released its Fall 2016 Production Schedule.

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  • ATVB to Live Stream 2016 Graduations

    The Press Play Productions Team will Live Stream the 2016 Hahnville and Destrehan Graduation Ceremonies. The links are available on the WATCH LIVE page of the Press Play Productions Website.

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  • ATVB Course Video

    This is a video by ATVB Team Member Kristen Singleton for her Destrehan Senior Project. This video highlights the 2015-16 Team Members and what they learned and experienced during their time in Advanced TV Broadcasting.

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  • ATVB PM Team in State Round of NHD Contest

    The Advanced TV Broadcasting Team Members in the PM Class will be competing in the State Round of the National History Day Contest at the National WWII Museum in New Orleans on April 8th.

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  • ATVB Alumni Stories

    The Advanced TV Broadcasting Course at the Satellite Center is starting to collect stories of Alumni who are out in the real world using the skills they learned during their time in ATVB.

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  • AM ATVB Class Interviews Author

    The AM ATVB Class at the St. Charles Parish Public Schools Satellite Center participated in a Skype interview with the author of "American Uprising: The Untold Story of America's Largest Slave Revolt."

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  • ATVB Class Participating in National History Day Contest

    The Satellite Center's Advanced TV Broadcasting Class is participating in the National History Day Contest being held at the WWII Museum on March 19th.

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  • 2016 Satellite Center Open House

    The 2016 Satellite Center Open House LipDub Video! "Best Day Of My Life"

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  • Satellite Center Switches to Adobe Premiere Pro

    The Satellite Center's Advanced TV Broadcasting Course will now be using Adobe Premiere Pro for video editing.

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