DGM – Olympus Digital Media Club
“Olympus Broadcast is a fun, professional production environment, dedicated to delivering rich and meaningful content to the students of Olympus High School and the surrounding community. Our purpose is to unify the student body, inform the community, and build young journalists of integrity through ethical, honest journalism. We believe that independent discovery is not only the path to mastering skills, but also building character.”
Content produced by OlyTV is for educational purposes only. The broadcast team is made up of Olympus High School students learning the career path of communications and journalism. Meaning that if broadcast or video content fails to meet professional standards or content is not available, etc. the public audience shall not seek recourse of any kind. OlyTV staff and students will do everything in their power to hold a high standard of professionalism, and maintain public interest in Olympus High School, its athletics and school events, but if budgets, staffing or time constraints do not permit content to be filmed or broadcasted, OlyTV shall not be held accountable. Kirk H. Miller, OlyTV Executive Producer/Teacher
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Executive Producer – Ensures that the overall operations of the station run smoothly. Delegates individual jobs for the crew to accomplish and encourages everyone to stay focused and create great content.
Producer – Delegates important jobs to the crew and makes sure everyone is on task and involved. Makes sure everything is going according to schedule and running smoothly.
Director – Keeps the pace of the live production and gives direction to technical crew and floor crew.
Technical Director – Creates visually appealing video content by showing the right camera sources, transitions, mix effects and downstream keyers at the right time to make the production look smooth and professional.
Floor Manager – Visually directs talent to look at certain cameras, directs camera operators and relays messages from the control room to the studio floor. The eyes and ears of the on-screen talent.
Camera Operator – Ensures the cameras are composed well to deliver professional shots. Camera operators shoot as if their cameras are the live shot at any given moment.
Anchors – Not just a pretty face… Anchors write and revise the script, improvise on the spot when needed, and maintain the station’s positive image.
Reporters – Investigates stories, researches them, and reports on them; sometimes live. Photog’s film and edit news packages in conjunction with their reporters.
Graphics – Creates overlays, logos and graphics to make the show professional and eye-catching.
Audio – Mixes microphones, music, voices and video playback to transmit well-mixed sound to the viewer.
Teleprompter Operator – Keeps the pace of the talent’s lines by scrolling through the script on the teleprompter screens at a smooth readable pace.
Lighting – Adjusts the lights to make the show look professional.