The School Broadcast Program was launched in to provide schools with a safe place to stream video of their athletic and non-athletic school events, provide a hands-on learning experience for students interested in video production, and serve as an exciting new fundraising platform.
Just over 20 schools, most of them from the Capital Area Activities Conference in Mid-Michigan, participated in the pilot project in 2009-10, and produced over 600 events that were streamed live (non-athletic events) and on-demand (athletic events) on the MHSAA.TV Website. More than double that number of events were produced in 2010-11, and 2011-12 will be another record-setting year for content.
The MHSAA.tv Website is now being populated with content from member schools from both peninsulas participating in the Digital Broadcasting Program. A total of 65 schools are involved in the program from the Big 8 Conference, Big 9 Conference, Detroit Catholic High School League, Charter School Conference, Downriver League, Flint Metro League, Genesee Athletic Conference, Huron League, Kalamazoo Valley Association, Kensington Lakes Activities Association, Macomb Area Conference, Michigan Interscholastic Hockey League, Northwest Conference, Oakland Activities Association, O-K Conference, Saginaw Valley League, Southeastern Conference, Southwestern Athletic Conference, Southwestern Michigan Athletic Conference (Big 16), Tri-Valley Conference, West Michigan D League, West-Pac Conference and the Wolverine Conference.
Learn More About The School Broadcast Program
You can watch a video presentation about the School Broadcast Program by CLICKING HERE.
If your school wants more informaiton about how it can become involved in the School Broadcast Program, contact John Johnson at the MHSAA Office at 517-332-5046 or via e-mail by CLICKING HERE.