Each Plug & Play Module has Three Different Price Ranges and is Based on Learning Curve or Grade level:

Our labs for Middle Schools, High Schools and Community Colleges are turnkey packages. All have curriculum, software, equipment, furniture, and teacher training/In-services

TV Studio jobs - or positions - to be experienced by all students on a rotation basis are listed here:

Camera Module

Student Positions 1,2,3

Operate cameras during live or taped broadcast

Producer Module

Student Position 4

The leader of the studio team. Produces broadcast scripts and oversees each step in the production of the broadcast.

Director Module

Student Position 5

Directs each broadcast over an intercom system linked to each position. Develops a computerized slideshow detailing each cue change in a broadcast. Uses the slideshow while directing

Tech Director Module

Student Position 6

Operates the video mixer system to control which video sources are active at any one time in a broadcast.

Teleprompter Module

Student Position 7

see details Teleprompter

Teleprompter Operator creates special teleprompter scripts and operates the teleprompter system to display the scripts for each broadcast.

The Next 3 Modules Operate in the Control Room

Audio / Music Tech Module

Student Position 8 (Audio Technician)

Operates the audio mixer system to control which audio sources are active and make sure quality sound is broadcast from microphones & audio sources.

Assistant Audio / Tech Module

Student Position 9

Responsible for setting up and testing microphone and intercom systems within the studio. Assists Audio Technician as needed.

Video Titler / CG Module

Student Position 10

Prepares titles and graphic effects for each broadcast. Selects and displays titles and graphic effects as needed during a broadcast.

Master Tape Operator Module

Student Position 11

Responsible for playing pre-produced master video segments during a broadcast. Records each broadcast.

Script / Storyboard Module

Student Position 12

see details Storyboard

Heavily involved in the planning stages of a broadcast. Develops storyboards to provide a visual reference of each cue in a broadcast.

News Anchor Module

Student Positions 13 and 14

Delivers stories on-air during the broadcast. Reads the broadcast script from the teleprompter system.

Sports Broadcaster Module

Student Position 15

Delivers sports stories on-air during the broadcast. Reads the broadcast script from the teleprompter system.

Weather Broadcaster Module

Position 16

Delivers weather on-air during the broadcast. Reads the broadcast script from the teleprompter system.

Stage Manager/Clap Board Marker Module

Position 17

Keeps track of raw tape time code & scenes.

Digital Cable Broadcast Module

Positions 18

School would broadcast superior weather from the station to provide accurate up-to-the-second local weather data for your area. Students can broadcast their finished projects to the cable community, classrooms and streaming video with Turnkey School Broadcast Station (SBS). Weather instruments placed on top of school building.

Video Production Room/Editing/News Module

Student Positions 19 - 34

The Digital Editing Production curriculum has been developed to introduce students to digital video production concepts and techniques using various digital video editing systems. Through hands-on sessions, students learn about the non-linear editing process from digitizing raw video to producing finished segments. Special template videos are utilized to enhance the sessions and teach students the important elements of operation, video production and creating their own news story.