Summer Camp 2010

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Programs in this Series

Format: 2019-03-20
Format: 2019-03-20
Wild West Video Short - 07/16/2010
  A short narrative video written, shot, and edited by channel 17 community TV summer campers.
Camper Intros - 07/16/2010
Channel 17 Community TV Summer campers introduce themselves while learning about camera angles, shot types, open ended vs close ended questions, and more. o
Studio Conversations - 07/16/2010
Channel 17 Community TV Summer campers learn to use the studio, ask each other interview questions and run the control room.
Stop Motion Animations - 07/16/2010
Channel 17 Community TV Summer campers make short stop motion animation videos.  Some campers chose to also make public service announcements.
Fortunately/Unfortunately - 07/16/2010
Channel 17 Community TV Summer Camp video camera game to play with different camera angles.
Bluescreen & Camera Play - 07/16/2010
Channel 17 Community TV Summer Camp. These short videos are from the campers completion of tasks from the Channel 17 Video Scavenger Hunt Booklet.
Annoying Ninjas - 07/16/2010
A short narrative video written, shot, and edited by channel 17 community TV summer campers.
CarShare - 07/14/2010
Channel 17 Community TV Summer Camp community profile on CarShare VT.
Visit to Wharf Lane Residential Units - 07/14/2010
Channel 17 Community TV Summer Camp community profile of the Wharflane Resident's struggle to keep their housing.

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