Friday, December 14, 2018

ANB 6.0 - WNN December 14, 2018

This week I was on the school news team. This week was a special week because we covered the freshman service learning project, for this, we as a class tagged along with the freshman filming them and getting interviews. On the trip I served as the interview cameraman and got some B-roll on the side. I along with Gavin, edited the piece. Because of the length of our story, the whole show ended up being much longer than our normal episodes. Although I don't mind the length of this weeks show, I feel that it might impact our audience. I feel that a majority of our audience watches our show with their teachers in their class. I feel that because the show was longer than 10 mins that most teachers wouldn't play this weeks show because it would take to much time out of the class. For our season finale, I would like to do something very big and fun. However, because it's the last week of school we're not gonna have a lot of time. But doing like a talkshow type thing where we have each member come on and talk about our best moments.


TAGS:
ANB 6.0: Synthesize aspects of broadcast media to create a presentation that communicates a specific message to a target audience.
ANB 6.1: Plan and construct a broadcast message targeted to a specific audience.
ANB 6.2: Develop a broadcast media production that conveys a targeted message.

Wednesday, December 5, 2018

ANB 4.0 - WNN November 16, 2018


This week was kind of a special week where everyone pretty much helped on every team. My position on the team was on the Sports, Com, Weather & Surf segment. For that I helped write the script, and recorded VO's for. I also helped out on the school news team, were I helped film and record the interviews, and on special segments, were I was the main cameraman and helped edit. I think my favorite yet most stressful team to be on is special segments. This team has the most creative freedom and usually has the most fun, however because the way it is structured, there is no real outline on how to do it so it's all up to the team to come with a new idea that week. My least favorite team to be on would be the Sports, Com, Weather & Surf segment because of the exact opposite reason, there is no creative freedom. It is also the most tedious to edit out of all the teams. Next week I will be working on the special segment team and we are planning on doing a turkey hunt in the theme of thanksgiving. For our final, I thought it would be cool if we changed the format entirely and instead of making a news show, we make a late night show parody. The idea was that gavin would be the host, and each of us would come up and talk about our favorite moment of the semester, accompanied with highlights of that video.


TAGS:
ANB 4.0: Evaluate the use of broadcast media to convey a narrative message to a targeted audience.
ANB 4.1: Deconstruct various media presentations to identify their effective components and the organizational structures used to convey them.
ANB 4.2: Assess the use of broadcast media to elicit a desired response from a targeted audience

ANB 1.0 - WNN November 2, 2018


This week I was on the special segment team, this week we decided to hop on the new trend in Europe and participate in the #skibidi challenge. My job on the team involved writing the script, filming and editing. For us, I feel that the majority of our views come from teachers playing our show for their students. That means that if we want to increase our viewership, we should make sure that almost if not all teachers play our video to their students. As for our entertainment value, I feel that that aspect of the show predominantly comes from our special segments team, and I feel that we've been constantly improving our ideas and improving our entertainment value. Being that we only have 4 days to produce a show, it's very important that we are meeting our deadlines so that we aren't stressing to finish unfinished work on thursday. With our schedule it lets us be able to relax on friday and take the time to reflect on our show and what we can do better. 


TAGS:
ANB 1.0 - Evaluate the evolving relationship between broadcast media and society for its impact on the broadcast industry.
ANB 1.1 - Assess broadcasting as a communicative medium used to captivate, inform, motivate, or entertain.








Friday, October 26, 2018

ANB 6.0 - WNN October 26, 2018


This week I was apart of the on Camera host team and school news segment team. This week, for school news, was kind of a special one. Over the weekend me and Gavin participated in the Hiki No fall challenge, and we decided to use our final project for the school news segment. The Challenge video topic was "the story behind the food". We decided to do a story on Pono market and how they serve our community. My roles in this video where interview camera man, and editor. It's crazy to think about how quickly we as students produce these videos, for the fall challenge it took us 3 days to write, film, and edit a 3 min story that would have taken us a month to produce back in middle school. Also for WNN we 5 students produce a 7-9 min news story in a 4 day time frame, its all about grinding it out and doing what you need to do to get the story.


TAGS:
ANB 6.0: Synthesize aspects of broadcast media to create a presentation that communicates a specific message to a target audience.
ANB 6.1: Plan and construct a broadcast message targeted to a specific audience.
ANB 6.2: Develop a broadcast media production that conveys a targeted message.
ANB 6.3: Evaluate the interaction between broadcasting professions during the planning, and production of a media broadcast.

ANB 3.0 - WNN October 18, 2018



This week I was apart of the Sports, Community, Weather & Surf team. My jobs were to write the script, record the VO's, and edit the segment. This weeks news story revolved around our schools GLO 6; Effective and Ethical User of Technology. For the story we had to look into the schools technology policy. A major part of their policy revolves around the use of the schools wifi. The school restricts its wifi to faculty and school computers, students who have personal devices connected to the wifi have recently been getting kicked off.  This has caused some debate between students and faculty. On the one side, students feel that they should be able to use the wifi during their free time to go on their phones and do personal business. However, on the other side the school, who monitors what their wifi is used for, feels that it is being abused by students and has been being used improperly, so i understand why they feel that they have to restrict it. The Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA)is a copy right law in the U.S. that amplifies laws around copyright of intellectual property.  The DMCA is a large topic of controversy in the broadcast industry because it made it harder for companies to air videos that they do not have permission to. In order for a company to air a video they either need to produce it them selfs or get permission, if not they risk serious consequences such as fines and even jail time.


TAGS:
ANB 3.0: Comply with legal and ethical practices used in the positive production and distribution of broadcast media.
ANB 3.2: Evaluate legal and ethical behavior related to the creation, use, and distribution of broadcast content that minimizes the risk of legal or moral consequence.

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

ANB 5.0 - WNN October 5, 2018


This week I was on the special segments team, I was the main camera man and editor. We decided to cover homecoming because our homecoming dance was Friday and our game was Saturday. For the segment we did a man on the street asking members of our homecoming court about what their plans were for homecoming. As for our script, all we had to write an on camera host into and closing, which where very basic. Then we had to come up with some question to ask. We came up with questions such as who are you bringing to homecoming?, will you be at the Homecoming game on Saturday?, will you be at the SAT on Saturday?, and what’s your favorite song to dance to? We also prepared some follow up questions for what we had, then we went out and filmed. To make our segment entertaining, we made sure that our story moved quick and had comedy in it. For our segment it was important that our on-camera host new his questions and was able to ask follow up questions to keep the conversation going. My job as cameraman was to be able to remind him of a question he might of missed and make sure that what we were getting would be usable, and if not, to be able to film it again.


TAGS:
ANB 5.0: Evaluate the interactions between various broadcast professions and their impact on broadcast media development.
ANB 5.1: Compare and contrast professions associated with the production of Broadcast media.

Friday, September 7, 2018

ANB 1.0 - WNN September 7, 2018



This week I was on the School News Segment Team with Preston. This week we did a story on the different core classes and CTE pathways we offer at this school. For my part of the job, I was in charge of filming all the interviews and editing the final project. For our broadcast media class and WNN, I feel that eventually, our broadcasts will be seen by all students at our school. With a bigger crowed we could start doing advertisements and be able to afford higher quality equipment.




TAGS:
ANB 1.0 - Evaluate the evolving relationship between broadcast media and society for its impact on the broadcast industry.
ANB 1.1 - Assess broadcasting as a communicative medium used to captivate, inform, motivate, or entertain.
ANB 1.2 - Compare and contrast the impact of radio, television and Internet broadcasting on modern culture and society.
ANB 1.3 - Assess the response of broadcast media and the broadcast industry to societal changes.