With the new year comes new accomplishments, and WVTV wasted no time in 2018 by receiving its 1,000th subscriber on YouTube.
Students of all grade levels have the opportunity to learn about the world of media production in Waubonsie Valley’s Media Communication and Production course.
Students who register for the year-long class will get the chance to use professional-grade cameras and computer editors to create a wide variety of projects, such as commercials, short films, news stories and music videos.
WVTV returned for another season of webcasting Waubonsie Valley home football game, and the first one couldn't have been any bigger, as the Warriors hosted Neuqua Valley at Dick Kerner Stadium.
The live webcast stream drew over 7,500 viewers for the Friday night contest. The all-student production consisted of nine members. Seniors Jake Klimcak and Ryan Klimcak provided the play-by-play and color commentary. Seniors Vicram Chatterjee and Matt Hix directed, technical directed and produced. Camera operators included juniors Braden Zinn, Tristan Russell and Nate Badgley. Assistants included senior Matt McGough and sophomore Erikk Caraballo.
Senior Vicram Chatterjee's music video Youth continues to garner awards. Most recently, Youth was named an official selection to the 2016 All American High School Film Festival.
WVTV will once again broadcast Waubonsie Valley football games at Dick Kerner Stadium this year. The four home games include contests against DuPage Valley Conference foes Wheaton North, Naperville North, Metea Valley and Neuqua Valley.