ScotCenter Broadcast Videos
San Carlos is working to turn utility boxes from eyesores to works of art -Estella Lippi
Heritage fair educates students -Estella Lippi
Valentine rose sale spreads love on campus -Estella Lippi
Miles Bernstein overcomes his condition with the help of the community -Estella Lippi
During my time in the Carlmont high school award winning journalism program I was the Editor-in-Chief of Scotcenter news, the broadcast branch of the program.
As the leader of the program I wanted to make a positive difference so my goal was to push Scotcenter out of the shadows of the bigger publications.
To do this I worked on making sure our videos were only shot on DSLR cameras to up the quality of our content as well as putting a heavy emphasis on choosing pleasing or eye catching thumbnails on every video published by our team. I also introduced a new Scotcenter purpose, I decided that since we had such a powerful medium to portray our stories, we should cover events that are bigger than just campus news so we changed the rubric and added a grade for creativity so the videographers would go outside of campus to cover stories that mattered.
I'm sure I made a positive impact on the program and I'm sure that from here Scotcenter will only grow more and more professional.
Check out this short documentary I co-created with the ScotCenter team
"Prevailing" follows Tuli Tangi, a member of the Class of 2017 at Carlmont High School, as she details the struggles she faced in her journey to graduation.