posted on January 07, 2014 15:18
EAST LANSING, Mich. – Jan. 7 – A number of MHSAA members participating in the School Broadcast Program made a field trip to Ford Field back in November for the Football Finals, and videos chronicling the visit are available for viewing online.
Videos from Cedar Springs, Davison and Montrose can all be seen on the Second Half page of the MHSAA website. Nearly 80 students from seven different schools took part in the Ford Field Trip, got tours of the Game Creek Video FX facilities that will be used by FOX Sports to produce the upcoming Super Bowl, and some students got an opportunity to call play-by-play online.
Here’s a link to the story about the SBP schools that were at the Football Finals - http://secondhalf.mhsaa.com/AllNews/articleType/ArticleView/articleId/2632/Students-Make-Championship-Calls.aspx
Each week, packages of highlights produced by schools in the School Broadcast Program are featured on the MHSAA.tv website and the MHSAA YouTube Channel.
This week’s package of School Broadcast Program Highlights from the week of Dec. 30 includes the following events:
Here’s the schedule of School Broadcast Program members planning to cover games in the coming week, some of which will be available at MHSAA.tv shortly after each game’s conclusion (All games varsity and delayed unless noted):
The School Broadcast Program, powered by PlayOn! Sports, is a platform which schools can utilize to reach members of their community about activities taking place in their buildings, providing recognition for students while at the same time giving them hands-on opportunities to gain broadcasting experience and providing schools an opportunity to realize additional revenues for their programs.
Schools interested in becoming a part of the School Broadcast Program should contact John Johnson at the MHSAA Office.
The network for the weekly radio commentary MHSAA Perspective – presented by the Michigan Army National Guard – has now grown to a total of 86 radio stations (80) and audio webcast sites (6) across the state, generally during the local broadcasts of high school games. The program runs for 30 weeks through the end of the winter sports season. MHSAA Perspective can also be accessed from the home page of the MHSAA Website. Visit the MHSAA Perspective page of the MHSAA Website for a complete list of network affiliates.
This week’s MHSAA Perspective is titled: New Year's Potpourri. In this edition of Perspective, John Johnson talks about a variety of topics, from the high school wrestling career of Kyler Ellsworth to the exploitative nature of national high school all-star games.