PCTV Students Attend STN National Convention In Nashville

PCTV Students Attend STN National Convention In Nashville

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Pine Crest Middle and Upper School broadcasting students from both campuses traveled to Nashville, Tennessee for the Student Television Network (STN) National Convention recently.

“All of the training and preparation paid off,” said Dave Burgess, Director of Digital Media Production.  “Students participated in all-day team contests, individual contests, breakout and training sessions, an incredible keynote session, and much more.”

The first competition of the Convention is Crazy 8s.

“This is essentially the main event for attending schools,” said Mr. Burgess. “In this fast-paced contest, students are faced with a true real-world experience as they have just eight hours to create an eight-minute film or television broadcast.”

Pine Crest was represented by a film team and a broadcast team in both the middle and high school categories.

“The four teams competed beyond expectations as they traveled all over greater Nashville for stories and film locations,” said Mr. Burgess. “They all should be commended for meeting their deadlines and completing such a difficult challenge.”

Congratulations to the following students:

  • Third Place – High School Live Broadcast Interview, Gabby Khoriaty ’20, Ryan Dudak ’20, and Alexis Bernstein ’20
  • Third Place – High School Silent Film, Connor Berne ’21, Ryann Breault ’20, Evan Cholerton ’20, Zoe Fermanian ’20, Amar Jafri ’19, and Jeremy Morris ’21
  • Honorable Mention – High School Sports Commentary, Zachary Goldstein ’20, Nellie Johnson ’21, and Rafael Salazar-Paranhos ’20
  • Honorable Mention – High School Commentary, Ross Bauman ’19 and Mason Berger ’19
  • Honorable Mention – Middle School Movie Trailer, Camila Agudelo ’22, Miraa Shukla ’23, Alessandra Burtin ’22, Elaina Hamuy ’22, and Emma Rende ’22

All of the students’ STN entries are available for viewing on the Pine Crest School VIMEO channel. In addition, here is a 2018 Convention recap video created by Middle School students.

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