Q. What kind of equipment do you use?
A. Our DTV studio uses professional-grade equipment. Some of our equipment includes Sony PXW-x320 and Sony NX5U cameras. The current anchor desk was donated by WJBK-TV in Detroit. In our control room, we have a Broadcast Pix Granite switcher, a Soundcraft LX7ii 32-channel audio board, and Adobe Creative Cloud Software for editing.
Q. What kind of shows do you produce?
A. DTV airs a daily newscast, produced by the students with information about what’s happening in the school district. DTV also broadcasts live band and choir concerts from all Davison Community Schools. Live high school and alternative high school graduations, varsity football, basketball (girls & boys), and volleyball games. We also tape soccer, hockey, wrestling and other major sporting events.
Q. Where do your story ideas come from?
A. The simple answer is many different places. We look at the things that affect our students and our school district.
Q. Where are you located?
A. DTV is located inside Davison High School. We are on the first floor of the building adjacent to the Media Center.
Q. Can I purchase a copy of a DTV program?
A. DTV does offer DVDs for sale of selected programs. All programs cost $15 and can be purchased through the Davison Community Schools Website.
Q. I’m a Davison High School student, how can I get into DTV?
A. DTV is always looking for bright new students, but there is a selection process to become a part of the DTV team. DTV is a class that is reserved for 9th through 12th graders at Davison High School. Students interested must apply. You can find the application on this page or in the Guidance Office. Once you fill out the application, you will be required to interview with Mr. Scott. Unfortunately, not all applications can be honored because of class space limitations. If you are unable to get in one year, continue to apply. We like that tenacity – it shows you’re interested and want to get involved.