The National Television Association Annual Conference was held this year in Phoenix, Az. This segment features Shelly Nee of K14KQ and her students. This presentation is 44 minutes.vimeo.com/716576625/353aaa0e1e?share=copy
For the past 18 years, Channel 14 has been committed to the educational enrichment of its students. An expanded program promises to:
maintain a professional atmosphere in which students are able to encounter a number of different work experiences, thus enabling them to be better prepared for the world of work.
keep up to date with emerging technology necessary to produce skilled employees for high tech industries.
motivate individuals who are ready and eager to contribute positively to society.
cultivate independent problem solvers who recognize the value of team dynamics and are able to face challenges head on.
to help students gain valuable work experience.
to provide necessary resources to meet the individual needs of each student.
to create a support system in a collaborative environment.
to foster solid business practices and entrepreneurial leadership.
to seek and secure stakeholders from Nevada employers, especially those in high-tech industries in which graduates can be placed.
to stimulate interest among younger students in planning their future in high tech professional positions..
to transmit Channel 14 along the I-80 corridor and streaming Internet content, to increasing viewership and underwriting potential.
To focus programming on matters pertaining to education, public health and safety, civics, local history, and topics that benefit all residents in Nevada.
KPHS Channel 14 is owned and operated Pershing County School District, serving the city of Lovelock, and surrounding area. Donations to KPHS may be tax deductible. mynetn.org is managed by Pershing County High Schoolstudents participating in the Channel 14 work study program. For program inquires please write to Channel 14, PO. Box 990, Lovelock, Nevada 89419.