How one school roars into the future of broadcast journalism

Hands-on learning students proves valuable for college readiness


Broadcast journalism has adopted much technological advancement throughout the years, which has affected how we get our news. From radio to television, the internet and live streaming, the news has become more instantaneous and accessible than ever before.

I write this not only as having worked with the Student Television Network (STN) since its inception in 1999, but also as having taught broadcast journalism for the past 30 years. I’ve spent the last 16 years teaching the discipline at Searcy High School (SHS), located in Searcy, AR.…Read More