HOMTV Offers Kids an Opportunity to Explore Different Aspects of Television

HOMTV Offers Kids an Opportunity to Explore Different Aspects of Television

OKEMOS - This summer, kids ages 9-13 can learn how to operate television equipment and even get a chance to be in front of the camera during HOMTV’s Summer Media Camp for Kids.

The 2-Day Camp will run Wednesday, June 19 and Thursday, June 20 from 10:00 am to 3:00 pm. The $50 fee includes lunch as well as a t-shirt. Campers will learn how to run a studio camera, audio board, teleprompter, graphics system and even be a TV studio host.

“We are very excited to offer a kids camp this summer! This is not only a great opportunity to connect with the younger generations and encourage them to pursue careers in the media industry, but also a way to expand the services HOMTV offers to the community,” said Brandie Yates, HOMTV Executive Producer.

A showcase event for parents and sponsors will be held to allow students to show what they worked on during camp.

Additional Resources

Camp Registration Information

If you would like to be a sponsor for HOMTV's Media Camp for Kids, please contact Andrea Smiley at smiley@meridian.mi.us


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