STN Convention Presentations

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Dave Davis, Director ASB Workshop

Dave Davis, Director ASB Workshop

ASB Workshop Director, Dave Davis will present three sessions at the upcoming STN Convention in Los Angeles, CA. He will be available to answer any questions you may have about the upcoming summer teacher workshops.

"High School Broadcasters: Let's Do Some Journalism" 

Friday March 8th - 8:30-9:30am - San Bernadino

Do you ask tough questions? Are you covering the stories you should be covering? This session will give you ideas about how to do that, and share a few hard-hitting examples. Then pitch your own topics and let's discuss your challenges.

"Make 'Em Laugh, Make 'Em Care"

Friday March 8th - 4:15 - 5:15 p.m. Santa Barbara A

Two sessions in one...a look at some creative, humorous segments produced by high school students, and a look at some heart-tugging stories that find those special “moments” that have a strong, sometimes lasting impact viewers.

"Building a Program, Building Support"

Saturday, March 9th - 9 -10 a.m.  Santa Anita A

“My administrator does not support my program.”  “Our show is not making an impact.”  “I need some new strategies.”  This teacher-centered session will offer some proven approaches, some new ideas, and help re-charge your batteries.  Veteran teachers and new ones are welcome as we roll up our sleeves and look for solutions together.

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Brandon Goodwin

Based in Springfield, Missouri, his video production work has taken him to four continents, a dozen countries and well over half the United States. Brandon has a decade's experience collaborating on projects of all shapes and sizes with a variety of clients, including record labels, non-profits, and advertising agencies. Recently Brandon worked as DP & Editor for the documentary, "Linotype: The Film". He has been on the ASB staff for seven years, and provides training in shooting, editing, writing, and interviewing. He is also the voice of the "Video Coach" series of training discs. He lives in Springfield with his wife Morgan and dog, Peter.