Produced by the ROP Video Production Class, Fall 2011
Occupy the Future: Youth Perspectives on Occupy Oakland
KDOL-TV and the Media Enterprise Alliance high school video production class bring you Occupy the Future, a short film documenting youth perspectives on Occupy Oakland.
Our student video production team hit the streets last fall to cover the unfolding protests, and provide their own take on the movement and it’s impact on Oakland.
Americans at Heart: the Dream Act’s Impact
The KDOL-TV Video Production class brings you Americans at Heart, a film about the California and Federal Dream Act, legislation that impacts thousands of immigrant youth here in California and across the country. Produced in Fall 2011
Counting Calories: Eating Right and Staying Healthy
The Media Enterprise Alliance at KDOL TV, FACES for the Future, and Children’s Hospital Oakland present Counting Calories, the game show all about eating right and living healthy! We followed two Oakland high school students, Ben and Callan, through a typical school day to see who’s able to make it through the day the healthy way.
See Us As We Are– Challenging the Stereotyping of Youth
How do negative stereotypes affect young people’s lives? What can they do to overcome the perceptions and judgements that are placed on them? KDOL’s video production team seeks to answer these questions and more in their short film, See Us As We Are.
Why are the arts important? High school students in the KDOL-TV video production class take to the streets to find out what people think about the state of arts education in Oakland.