Just barely into the new year, my co-producer and I decided to start the year off on the right foot and accomplish something we have been trying to do since InkTV began: cross-shooting.
This episode is by far the one I am most proud of. My co-producer and I took our responsibilities to the next level as we did everything by ourselves. We have mastered the TriCaster and developed a fluid method of assigning and editing stories. There are still small nuances I would like to fix, but this episodes marks more room for creativity in future issues.
Another episode on an extremely strict deadline. The turn around between the October and November episodes was virtually nonexistent. November is a month full of breaks and tests. This episode was produced in around 2 weeks. The bulk of the work was done the week of my midterm exams, so I had to split myself between studying and InkTV. My usually pristine organizational skills were put to the test when we had to re-film the studio portion of the show. But I wouldn’t be able to learn all that I do if I didn’t make mistakes.
This episode showed a monumental improvement since September. Over the course of the month, I changed the live set in … More
Starting off my junior year fully immersed with co-curricular activities, I tried my hand producing my first episode of InkTV, and on a strict deadline. With just a couple of weeks to put together a full news broadcast, my co-producer and I took control. It was a rocky start. Figuring out how to use the TriCaster in our TV studio was tough – and I’m still learning more every day – but we completed the entire episode on deadline. I couldn’t be happier or prouder producing and anchoring InkTV.
Since my mother implanted the idea in my head in seventh grade, I’ve dreamed of becoming a news anchor. This idea has influenced where I attended high school, what classes I’ve taken, my co-curricular activities. Now, my dream is beginning to influence where I will attend college. But I didn’t know truly I loved broadcast until I participated in it completely hands on.