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2005 Student Video Discovery Awards

By eSchool News
June 1st, 2005

Parkland High School
Allentown, Pa.
"Parkland Morning News"


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Narrated by Erik Archibald and Doug Waters and shot by Charles Horne, "Parkland Morning News" takes a behind-the-scenes look at how PMN is produced. Images of students in editorial meetings, anchoring the newscast, and operating the cameras are interspersed with clips from the broadcast itself and close-ups of Archibald and Waters as they describe the production process--and reveal what students who take part in the program learn from their experience.


Said one of the SVDA judges about the video:

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    2005 Student Video Discovery Awards

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    June 1st, 2005

    South Burlington High School
    Burlington, Vt.
    "SBHS Imaging Lab"


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    "SBHS Imaging Lab" showcases the remarkable work being done by students at South Burlington High School using the school's cutting-edge digital Imaging Lab. The video takes viewers inside the lab and includes interviews with students and administrators who describe the lab's impact on learning. It also pays tribute to Comolli, who spearheaded the initiative.


    In a quotation that appears on screen, former Education Secretary Richard Riley notes that South Burlington students "are using state-of-the-art technology to produce computer graphics that

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    2005 Student Video Discovery Awards

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    June 1st, 2005

    Northeast High School
    Oakland Park, Fla.
    "One in a Million"


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    "One in a Million" tells the powerful story of how students in this tight-knit community responded to the tragic, alcohol-induced death of a fellow student by creating a public service announcement (PSA) warning others of the dangers of drinking and driving. One SVDA judge called the video a "very dynamic, behind-the-scenes look at the use of media technology" to turn a heartbreaking loss for the community into an opportunity to save future lives.


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