PATV looking at sponsorships for equipment
October 7th, 2013 - 6:04am
(Port Angeles) -- You may have heard of it. P-A-T-V, otherwise known as Peninsula Area Television.
It's a class that is part of the North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center, and offers high school students a way to get a jump start on the skills of television production.
Lisa Hitt runs the broadcast arts program for the Skills Center.
Under her tutelage, local high school students have been producing professional quality videos, that have documented a variety of local news and sports events for local high schools, Peninsula College and other events throughout the Olympic Peninsula.
The program is close to becoming cable ready, but needs a vital piece of broadcast equipment before they can move ahead.
At a cost of 16-thousand dollars, the non-profit program needs help acquiring such a high-end piece of broadcast equipment that interfaces with the cable system.
Persons interested in sponsorship should contact the North Olympic Peninsula Skills Center.
Their technical training includes area high school students from: Cape Flattery, Chimacum, Crescent, Port Angeles, Port Townsend, Quillayute Valley and Sequim.
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