Each summer SudburyTV offers a production workshop for kids through Sudbury Parks & Recreation. Students are taught how to operate the equipment and have time to practice. The students write, shoot, and edit a public service announcement or other short video that airs on SudburyTV. Workshop is open to students in grades 6-9.
About the Instructor
Matt Cranson is the Education and Outreach Coordinator for SudburyTV. He has produced countless video projects for broadcast TV and corporate clients since 1998. He has instructed film making, animation and audio production at the college level, and has worked for an NBC affiliate.
Goals and Objectives
Registration for SudburyTV's week long workshop for students in grades 6-9 is through Sudbury Parks & Recreation Summer Programs.
This year's class will be held the week of July 8-12, 9am-12pm, at SudburyTV's studio at LS, in Room A207. See a complete description on Page 10 in the Sudbury Park & Recreation Summer Camps and Clinics Brochure. For additional information email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Students will be taught how to operate our Studio and Remote cameras in a hands-on environment. They will learn cinematography, directing, and audio recording. The students will then write, shoot, and edit (using Apple Final Cut Pro editing software) a short video that will be broadcast on SudburyTV. On the last day of the class there will be a viewing of the final production, with a pizza party, and students will receive a SudburyTV t-shirt.