Welcome to our 3rd edition
A great "Behind the Scenes" look at how a group of talented high school students create their award-winning weekly news program. If you've ever been curious to know what it takes to plan and execute an entire newscast on television you won't want to skip over this educational documentary.
In this video the student staff of "Current OC" explain each of their jobs to the viewer. The video then concludes with an uninterrupted multi-camera experience taking viewers behind the scenes of an actual broadcast--in real-time, as it happens, featuring the embedded audio of the director's track.
The story of weather is constantly changing. While other parts of your news show may get stale, weather is always a developing story. By adding a weather segment to your news show you’re not only switching things up in the rundown, but it mixes up the flow of personality. Mixing up the content of your show will attract the audience, guaranteed.
Producing the perfect meteorology segment takes a good amount of planning and you don’t want to mess this up. In order to give your audience the best presentation possible, you need to know the do’s and dont’s of being an on air meteorologist. The most important thing to do is prepare.
The Morning News is pleased to present 6 articles to help you present a professional weather segment to your viewers. Read the whole series here