Spill Evaluation #7 – November 18, 2013

Spill Online Evaluation #7 – Nov. 18, 2013  Please use complete sentences.  Responses are due by Nov. 22nd.

1.  List three requirements for your last position.

2.  List three potential responsibilities that could be added to that position.

About the Author

Scott Webb
AV Production Teacher - Walker Valley High School - Cleveland, Tennessee. Host of the WV SportsZone and The Finish Line on Talk 101.3 The Buzz. Scott is married to Jessica, a 3rd Grade teacher at Charleston Elementary, and has two kids: Megan and Tyler (both WVHS graduates). Contact Scott via email - swebb@bradleyschools.org

10 Comments on "Spill Evaluation #7 – November 18, 2013"

  1. 1. Well I do live Text so I have to get all the announcements on the TVs and I have to get the five day done and the current weather up
    2. Stuff I could add is better backgrounds, better live Text weather and getting the sport scores on time

  2. 1. My last position was podcast. For this position, we are required to record a 30 minute segment to be used on Talk 101.3 the Buzz.
    2. Three resposibilities that could be added to this position could be for students to get at least two interviews for the podcast, we could be required to create longer commercials, and we could be asked to include more meaningful segments.

  3. Ashlyn Williams | December 2, 2013 at 8:45 am | Reply

    1. my last position was podcast. for this position we had to create a 30 min radio broadcast for 101.3 the buzz. we had to create a commercial, interview walker valley students and create segments.
    2. make sure students are doing the podcast, make sure the segments are dumb, and say you have to interview 2-3 people

  4. 1. I was a host. We are required to get interviews, write an essay for the blog site, and to have a good and clear stage presence in order to deliver news efficiently.

    2. Perhaps we should have to wipe off the table, set up mics, and ensure the teleprompter’s accuracy.

  5. chandler jenkins | December 3, 2013 at 1:45 pm | Reply

    1. my last job was being a main host.
    2. three requirements for being a host would be: hosting the show reading the anouncements, doing the telpromptor, get interviews.

  6. 1. (Host) – To update the teleprompter, set up the microphones, and to say the announcements.
    2. To get more interviews, a newer intro for each set of hosts so its not the same thing over and over again, and a new way to do teleprompter so its not the same setup each rotation.

  7. 1. Plan podcast information, interview people, edit recordings.

    2. Woah there, buckaroo. It’s pretty stressful as it is.

  8. William Dickinson | December 13, 2013 at 9:01 am | Reply

    1.This week, I’ve been a host. Hosts are required to properly present the school announcements on camera, get at least one interview a week, run the teleprompter when they are not hosting, and putting together the announcements for use in the teleprompter.

    2.As it’s already a requirement, it should be emphasized on hosts to start the show at 9:45 or before. Hosts should also make sure that the announcements and that live text pop ups are coordinated.

  9. 1. setting up lights and cameras, turning on audio board, pulling up radar
    2. setting up mics for hosts,

  10. Interview people for the podcast, edit the recordings, and plan podcast info.

    1: Have fun 2: Relax. 3: Do the best you can.

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