Lincoln County High Media Students Visit KET, Meet the Pros

Wednesday, October 9th, 2013 by Jeff Gray, KET

DSC_0077a Ms. Natalie Sutton (turquoise top) recently brought her Lincoln County High School students to the KET Media Lab for a workshop in basic video editing and greenscreen effects. After the workshop, they toured KET’s multimedia production facility.

Pictured above is the class meeting KET public affairs program producer-hosts Bill Goodman and Renee Shaw (far right). Bill is shaking hands with Lincoln County High student, Chance Bender, a Bill Goodman fan. Chance, who wants to become a lawyer, watches Bill’s weekly public affairs program, Kentucky Tonight. Overhearing the introductions, KET producer Erin Lowry found in her database that during the January 28, 2013 program, Chance sent a question via Twitter to the panel  discussing Kentucky’s high school dropout age: “What’s the savings associated with leaving the dropout age at 16?” (38 min. 40 sec. in)

We at KET are always encouraged by the creative enthusiasm of our visiting Kentucky students and teachers, and were especially impressed by Chance Bender and Ms. Natalie Sutton’s class from Lincoln High.

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If you’d like to bring your Kentucky public, private, or homeschool student group to Lexington for a free KET Media Lab workshop in multimedia production and a tour of KET, please contact Jeff Gray, KET Education Division.

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