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Canyon Ridge Television returns after a year-long hiatus

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CRTV Student Xander Gause sitting in the green room. (Photo Credit: Colby Wilcox)

Canyon Ridge High School’s television program (CRTV) returns after taking a year-long break due to the previous film teacher, Mr. Lavin,moving away. New Canyon Ridge teacher Mr. Jesse Clark has taken over the film program and various computer classes.

“It’s just something that I wanted to do, and what I wanted to do was to set up our students for job-ready experiences,” said current video productions teacher Mr. Jesse Clark. “I’ve been working in the [film] industry for the past 25 years,and the stuff we’re doing in Canyon Ridge TV is the stuff that will get you a job instantly… I’m trying to set the students up for job-ready experiences.”

The new video broadcasting program, CRTV,includes anchors going over local and school news for locals and those going to the school. Mr. Clark also invites students to join and be a part of the new broadcasting team. “I am really encouraging people to join… It’s actually a lot of fun, and it’s stuff I spent years learning (about film and television) on my own because it’s fun,” said Mr. Clark. “But, when you start getting a paycheck to do it and get offered money to do it, you start realizing that, ‘this is pretty fun.’”

Mr. Clark is here for the new Canyon Ridge TV to stay for years to come. “We’re looking to post one [broadcast] a week… I have no plans to discontinue it. This is something that should go on, even years down the road… The students need to get ready for the real world.”

When asked where you can watch the new Canyon Ridge TV, Mr. Clark said,“We will send these [broadcasts] out to the school via a YouTube link.” Mr. Clark encourages advisory teachers to show the broadcasts every week to their students.

“It’s a small class at the moment, but it’s growing and I think you should join because you’re going to have a great time,” said student Xander Gause.

“If you’re looking to join,” Mr. Clark says, “All you need to do is join our video production class.”

Link to the Canyon Ridge TV Page: www.youtube.com/@JesseClarkCanyonRidge

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Colby Wilcox
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My name is Colby Dallin Wilcox, and I am a Staff Reporter for the Riverhawk Review newspaper. I’m currently in my junior year. This is also my first year on the newspaper team. I’m looking forward to bringing you all some fresh takes for our school newspaper. Also, I love Jesus and my momma.

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