Youth Program Production Gallery

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Feb 26, 2009 Produced by Andu Wondafresh for the School Year Production Program, fall 2008. more
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Feb 25, 2009 Produced by Xia Rondeau for the School Year Production Program, fall 2008. more
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Feb 13, 2009 Produced by Valerie Austin for the School Year Production Program, fall 2008. more
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Feb 13, 2009 Produced by Augu Medina for the School Year Production Program, fall 2008. more
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Feb 13, 2009 Produced by Jashee Seffield for the School Year Production Program, fall 2008. more
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Feb 12, 2009 Produced by Max Padilla and Augie Cummings for the School Year Production Program, fall 2008. more
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Feb 12, 2009 Produced by Jaquelina Dabo for the School Year Production Program, fall 2008. more
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Feb 11, 2009 Produced by Jordy Brazo for the School Year Production Program, fall 2008. more
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Feb 10, 2009 Produced by Andu Wondafrash for the School Year Production Program, fall 2008. more
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Feb 10, 2009 Produced by Treajha Hastings for the School Year Production Program, fall 2008. more
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Feb 6, 2009 Produced by Josh Washington Smith for the School Year Production Program, fall 2008. more
Jan 16, 2009 CCTV went to visit the MFA with Beacon High School in Boston this morning for the Human Rights Watch film festival. The youth participants learned how to create short videos for online distribution integrating the concepts of human rights. Check out some of their videos at www.youtube.com/humanrightsboston more
Jan 14, 2009 This program was produced by Julie Pan, a participant in Cambridge Community Television's youth video production programs. more
Dec 18, 2008 Our School Year Production Program finished up tonight with our final screening event featuring personal narratives, as well as profiles of community organizations. Over 40 students, parents, members, and program donors all came out to support our youth participants. Make sure to check back for their videos posted online. The program is designed to teach Cambridge teens media making and career... more
Oct 29, 2008 This video was produced by Julie Pan in CCTV's School Year Production Program (SYPP), Spring 2008. SYPP is an afterschool program designed to provide teens with an opportunity to further develop career readiness and media production skills after the conclusion of the Summer Media Institute. more
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Sep 3, 2008 The goal of my personal narative was just to show and display with great detail how important the boston common and fanueil hall is to me. and that was pretty much it. more
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Sep 3, 2008 cool stuff more
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Sep 3, 2008 My name is Abdulla and I am part of SMI. Our first project is a Personal narrative about Harvard Yard. I spent a lot of time there after moving from Syria to the US because I took summer classes there. I learned English there and that is why it is important to me. Excellent! Thank you and enjoy my project! more
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Sep 3, 2008 This is my personal narrative project that i had to do. It's about my home and how it's important to me and how much i love it.It took 3 weeks to make it and the most challenging part is the editing because it's a lot of work and I'm new to final cut pro so it's complicated. But I had fun doing it especially the shooting. :) more
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Sep 3, 2008 For the Summer Media Institute 2008 each person made a personal narrative about someplace that was important to them. I chose my block. One of the most important things about my block is Halloween, so I chose that as the focus of the project. more
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Sep 3, 2008 My personal Narrative is about the place that i go when i want to go away from everyone and the craziness that usually goes on in my life.So i chose to do this about my home because its the only place that i find peace and quietness. more

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