PRODUCING

NEWSWATCH
Newswatch
Newswatch

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Newswatch
Newswatch

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Newswatch
Newswatch

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Newswatch is a 30-minute live news program that airs Tuesday, Thursday, and Sunday nights. The show brings viewers local news in Tompkins County as well as regional and national stories. The show also features a weather forecast and sports updates.

Grant is the Content Producer of Newswatch.
HILL TOP NEWS
HTN Daily
HTN Daily

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HTN Daily
HTN Daily

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HTN Daily
HTN Daily

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HTN Daily is the daily student-run television newscast at Rock Hill High School. The show is in its first year on the air and broadcasts live every day. The show's mission is to improve, inform, and expose the issues facing Rock Hill High School students and the surrounding community. HTN takes a non-conventional approach to the news by delivering interactive digital content, long-form stories, and a host that leads the show each day, connecting every story to a local setting. 

Grant was the News Director of Hill Top News.
Awards Hill Top News earned under Grant's leadership:
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SEASON PASS
Season Pass
Season Pass

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Season Pass
Season Pass

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Season Pass

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Season Pass highlights all Rock Hill sporting events and does live updates during each game. The show broadcasts live every Friday on the Rock Hill Media YouTube page. Season Pass features player profiles, play by play coverage, game highlights, high school and professional sports commentary, and comedic sports sketches.

Grant was the Show Director of Season Pass.
THE PANDEMIC PROGRAM
The Pandemic Program
The Pandemic Program

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The Pandemic Program
The Pandemic Program

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The Pandemic Program
The Pandemic Program

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The Pandemic Program
The Pandemic Program

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After Prosper ISD decided to "go fully virtual", the ENN leadership team met on what would become an all too common Zoom call. They didn't have the television studio, and very few students had equipment, but still saw the need to keep daily broadcasts going. From those very first conversations, The Pandemic Program was born: broadcasting with the tagline, "Bringing you the news you need from at least 6-feet away." While other schools weren't even attempting their weekly (or monthly) broadcasts, the ENN staff took the initiative to write, film, produce and post a new episode from the safety of their homes 
every single school day until the end of the school year. Just seven days after the staff found out they wouldn't be returning to school, a brand new show was planned, developed and launched to keep the community informed during a hard time. The show's goal: inform, entertain and connect PHS and Prosper's community while they were apart.

Grant was the Lead Show Producer of The Pandemic Program.
Awards The Pandemic Program earned under Grant's leadership:
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EAGLE NATION NEWS
Eagle Nation News
Eagle Nation News

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Eagle Nation News
Eagle Nation News

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Eagle Nation News
Eagle Nation News

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Eagle Nation News
Eagle Nation News

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Eagle Nation News is the broadcast news outlet for Prosper High School and the surrounding community, broadcasting online to students and viewers from around the world. The ENN staff has accumulated multiple Pacemaker and Lone Star EMMY awards. The daily broadcast airs live for 10 minutes for the student body. ENN is student-produced and features high school student activities and accomplishments along with a teen perspective on world, national and local news.

Grant was the News Director of Eagle Nation News.
Awards ENN earned under Grant's leadership:
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THE EAGLE MINUTE
The Eagle Minute
The Eagle Minute

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The Eagle Minute is one of the only student-produced short digital shows in the United States called Eagle Minute​. On the show, a student anchor shares campus news, top stories and discusses trending topics. The show's tagline is "The top stories for students in 60 seconds!" and is set to begin its second season on IGTV, Twitter, Youtube, and Instagram stories. Following the launch of the show, schools across the United States created their version of the Eagle Minute with the hopes of engaging students with news on social media.

Grant was the show creator and lead producer of The Eagle Minute.