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High schoolers make waves at television and radio camp

High schoolers spent two days experiencing Television and Radio at USQ Springfield

Budding radio and television stars were given a taste of life behind the mic and on the small screen for USQ's Television and Radio Two Day Experience this week.

The group of high school students experienced first-hand what a career in the industry is like and gained valuable industry insights from Channel Seven broadcaster and former radio presenter Ben Davis.

Access to USQ Springfield’s state-of-the-art media centre gave the aspiring media professionals a chance to apply their creative skills in a television or radio studio.

The students worked in groups to produce a television or radio show. They were guided through the entire production process, from developing show concepts, shooting and recording, to editing and post-production.

USQ’s Film, Television and Radio program has produced a host of industry-ready graduates, with students able to learn from lectures with industry expertise in feature films, documentaries, television and radio.

To learn more about the program, visit Arts.

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Paige Pieper (St Peter Claver College) inside the radio studio.