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The W.O.W Network

Broadcast Journalism

The Webb School experience embodies more than outstanding academics. Our students actively participate and take on leadership roles in extracurricular activities, community service, athletics, the arts, international programs and more.

Broadcast Journalism

The W.O.W. Network is expanding! Different than W.O.W. Sports Broadcasting, this new program may include campus-wide coverage of clubs, classes, and other important events and activities, such as features on the Boys and Girls Club, robotics, drama, etc. Other events may include live choral and band performances, Spelling Bee, WebbFest, EuroFair, and more.

Students will also experience all facets of a studio broadcast and components of broadcast journalism, ranging from:
  • Pre-production: script writing, interview preparation, voice technique and projection, preparing equipment
  • Production: on-site and studio interviews, studio experience as anchors and with guests, producers, and technical engineers using sounds and graphics.
  • Post-production: video editing, voice-sound overlays, graphics
  • Technical aspects with all 3 production stages: lighting, sound, microphones, video effects, cameras, video switching,  green/blue screen Chromakey technology, and studio teleprompters utilizing the iPad.