Wednesday, April 29, 2015

April 29 MBC broadcast is excellent

7 comments:

  1. This was one of my favorite MBC broadcasts! I liked Kylie's hair cutting story because I didn't know it was a passion for Umaize. I also enjoyed the culinary club story for its unique filming style; the music and hands-on approach were well received. Thanks for the 'surprise' broadcast MBC!

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  2. Another great MBC as usual. I really enjoyed the tandem anchor, it allowed for some cool story intros which we haven't seen before. Great story on the home-schooled baseball player. It went into great depth. I would have never guessed he was homeschooled, cool to learn about stuff you otherwise wouldn't have known.

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  3. I loved the Treft story, I didn't know he was homeschooled. It reminds me of the article I wrote about Sam Lemmink, the Comets hockey goaltender, who actually attends Colerain High School. It's always fascinating to hear their insight and how they take being a part of a high school community they're unfamiliar with. Also, the anchor team is really good, I feel like they have great chemistry.

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  4. Great broadcast! The story that stood out to me the most was about the culinary club. The filmed interaction between the interviewer and interviewee brought the viewer directly into the conversation, instead of just watching it from a distance. I would like to see more of these audience-drawing stories in the future! The breath-taking camera angles used in the drone story were something that I had never seen before. It would be interesting to see more experimentation of drones and camera angles in the future.

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  5. This is a great broadcast. I think that the story selection that was in this edition of MBC was fantastic. Personally, my favorite story was the hair cutting story and the home school student playing baseball. I think that it's cool how Umaize is a barber and has made a business out of it. It's also unique how a home school students plays varsity baseball. This is not something that you see very often. I think that these stories create a sense of awe and amazement from the audience just because of how different they are.

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  6. I loved that this MBC broadcast was on a homeroom day! My HR teacher asked our class if we would like to watch Up or if we would like to watch MBC first, and nearly the entire class voted for MBC. I was super excited to see that Mason still has that interest in media that some other schools may lack as in the Chicago Tribune story to which we responded. My personal favorites were Kylie's hair-cutting story (the "loyal customer" was hilarious) and the Culinary Club story because of the way it was formatted with Katelyn narrating and then cooking toward the end. And then later on the bus, I overheard a few students discussing the Kids in the Commons segment. I thought it was great that not only did their teacher show it, but they would discuss it and share their opinions. I hope the trend continues!

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