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Using Video to Increase Community Support for Your Schools

Technology is changing how schools communicate with their stakeholders—and many school leaders have realized that streaming school or district events via live or archived web video can further engage community members in school activities and make them more aware of important educational issues.

With the generous support of Roland Systems, we’ve assembled this collection of stories from our archives, along with other relevant resources, to help you determine how AV solutions and web streaming can benefit your school district.

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A growing trend in school AV solutions: Convergence

A growing trend in school AV solutions: Convergence

School audio-visual solutions seem to be converging, with major suppliers of AV products releasing their own versions of solutions offered by competitors in an effort to keep pace.…

Video-streaming site iHigh poised for breakout success

Video-streaming site iHigh poised for breakout success

Specializing in broadcasting youth sports and activities online, the Lexington, Ky.-based company iHigh has been around for more than a decade. But thanks to some new partnerships and…

Companies reduce barriers to school video production

For just under $5,000, Roland's VR-5 portable AV mixer and recorder is an “all-in-one” system that simplifies the production, recording, and streaming of any live event, Roland says.

Many schools are building high-quality video production studios to give their students valuable experience in recording, mixing, and producing live video broadcasts. Using professional-grade video equipment in these…

International college news network in the works

International college news network in the works

Students on thousands of campuses worldwide will use a Canadian university’s ultra-high-speed internet connection to share student-made video news segments in real time, avoiding the barriers and technical…

Ed-tech officials: Video will make schools more ‘efficient’

Retaining good students was the top priority for K-12 and college administrators.

More than half of education technology officials in K-12 schools and higher-education institutions said they would buy video technology in the next year to make their schools "more…

IPTV goes to school

Students at work in Pennfield's broadcast studio.

Though parting may still be sweet sorrow, no one at Michigan's new Pennfield High School misses the days when they had to search for an AV cart to…

Additional Resources

Black Dog Productions and VR-5 Web Stream Governor of Washington Speech Black Dog Productions and VR-5 Web Stream Governor of Washington Speech
Black Dog production recently had the opportunity to use the Roland VR-5 to produce and web stream a special speaking engagement from the Governor of the Black Dog Productions and VR-5 Web Stream Governor of Washington Speech State of Washington Christine Gregoire at the Bellingham City Club, a local service organization.
King’s School uses the VR-5 to webstream football games King’s School uses the VR-5 to webstream football games
Dave Harcrow, Academic Technology Coordinator performs a variety of job functions at Kings School in Edmonds Washington. One of the things he was tasked to do was fi nd a way to broadcast the high school football games online.(OSA)

 

 

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