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Teresa Medina

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Sports recording and news broadcast are a part of the scoreboard class. In order to be in scoreboard you have to take media one and two. They record the high school and Kilgore College football games. In total they work 16 games year round.

“Scoreboard helps me by showing me how to handle equipment and how to edit videos properly,” junior Omar Gauna said.  

This class teaches video formatting and news broadcasting. While taking the class, students learn the value of teamwork. This class helps students learn the different angles on the camera and how to edit the videos they record.

“It’s taught me to be more responsible and how to work with a team,” senior Katelyn Riley said. “It also taught me things to use after school for my career such as broadcasting, proficiency in audio/video technology, and working well under a deadline.” senior Kate-lyn Riley said.


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Teresa Medina, Staff Writer

Teresa Medina is a junior and a second year staffer. She likes binge watching on Netflix while eating spicy chips. Her favorite youtuber is David Dobrik,...

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