A group of second year students in the Niagara College Broadcasting – Radio, Television and Film Program created an informative and promotional video for the Bethlehem Place Naturalized Playground.
The Broadcasting – Radio, Television and Film Program provides students with 240 hours of field placement, with the opportunity to shoot documentaries, dramas, sport coverage, music videos and news locally and internationally. The students conduct interviews, shoot, and edit all frames using industry standard equipment supplied through Niagara College.
Each year the groups of students cover a story on a selected local organization of their choice. This year, Bethlehem Housing and Support Services was one of the lucky selected organizations.
The video captured the vision for the revitalization and redevelopment of our new naturalized playground. The talented group collectively volunteered 50 hours of work with a total value of $5,000 for the video
Thank you to all of the third-year broadcasting students involved:
- Ricki Grella
- Andy Paul
- Daniel Pauco
- Daniel Bickerton
- Trevor Carey
- Jason Kitsmetry
Click here to watch the Naturalized Playground video.