Students interested in broadcasting, film-making, video editing, radio, journalism, or exploring any other type of media are encouraged to take part in various opportunities that Trinity-Pawling has to offer. Below are some offerings both academic and extra-curricular, as well as some examples of each type of production. Enjoy!
A new course offering at Trinity-Pawling is Broadcast Journalism, a year-long elective open to juniors and seniors aimed at giving students hands-on skills to become effective communicators of the 21st century. Students apply and use journalistic skills for weekly written and video projects while also managing the live webcasts of on campus athletic events. Collaborative skills are demonstrated through the student direction and production of these weekly live broadcasts, from camera and sound operation, to pregame and post-game on-camera interviews, and live play-by-play and color commentary. With a focus on empowering our boys to be confident communicators, the students will conceive, shoot and edit short documentaries and other video projects in addition to meeting weekly deadlines to be published in the school newspaper.
Check out the broadcast journalism students in action! Visit our YouTube channel:
voices of trinity-pawling
Students host a weekly radio show at Pawling Public Radio WPWL Friday evenings from 6-7pm (when school is in session). The show covers a wide range of topics and features special guests including faculty, students, alumni, and friends of the school. To listen live, visit the WPWL website and click "Listen Live" on the right hand side of the homepage. You can also listen to the archived shows via mixcloud.