From 2010-2013, I worked at Texas Student Television, the only student-run, student-produced, FCC-licensed, digitally broadcasting college television station in the country. Here I worked primarily in the studio sports, live sports, & TSTV productions departments.
the only student-run, student-produced, FCC-licensed, digitally broadcasting college television station
In the studio, I worked on two weekly sports shows. One similar to ESPN’s Around the Horn (College Crossfire) and the other similar to SportsCenter (College Pressbox). I worked both behind and in front of the camera, calling highlights, reporting, and discussing sports topics on air. Behind the camera, I directed, technical directed, ran graphics, video, & audio, worked cameras, and occasionally produced episodes. As well as I earned the role of graphics producer, creating each week’s new graphics, implementing them in the shows, and even getting to redesign them.
I earned the role of graphics producer…
In live sports, we got to produce three regional broadcasts of UT Women’s Volleyball games. I helped in preparation as well as worked camera, floor manager & talent manager in the different broadcasts. We also would go on to stream a live internet broadcast of the 2011 Division III Men’s & Women’s Southland Basketball Tournament in San Antonio. For the stream I handled floor/talent managing & audio engineering.
Finally, as we transitioned from strictly live sports productions to TSTV Productions, I worked on two other projects in this department. I worked as a second cameraman for a series of videos on UT orientation. As well as I worked on a documentary for the Lake Travis High School Football team’s drive for its fifth straight state championship. On this project I produced, was audio engineer, & did a variety of jobs on the post-season interviews.
a documentary for the Lake Travis High School Football team’s drive for its fifth straight state championship.