FHSD High School Publications Star in New TV Show

Posted on 03/28/2017
FHN's Jacob Lintner (seated left) and Brayton Larson (right) interviewed by LUTV for "Millennial Media"

Media and journalism students in Francis Howell School District (FHSD) always seem to be making headlines. Students at all three high schools, as well as the programs they make so great, have been winning national awards and earning country-wide recognition for their work. Community members in FHSD know how great these students are, but now, thanks to Lindenwood University (LU) and their television department, a larger audience will know what FHSD media and fine arts students and programs have to offer. LU’s professional-caliber television station, LUTV, has a new show called “Millennial Media,” which highlights the work of FHSD media and journalism students.

Click here to watch the full pilot of “Millennial Media,” courtesy of LUTV.

The show was created to reveal some of the advanced media work being done in our area, and the first couple episodes put a spotlight on FHSD high school publication students. The pilot features Francis Howell North students Brayton Larson and Jacob Lintner, as well as their advisor, Aaron Manfull. Their exciting work and thoughtful conversations opened the door for additional shows. Millennial Media now records every week during the school year, and can be found on Channel 989 on Charter Spectrum, Channel 99 on AT&T U-Verse, and online at
www.lindenwood.edu/lutv, airing every weekday at 8:30 AM and PM.

Francis Howell High School and Francis Howell Central Publications will star in later recordings, with a new host and improved production. You will be able to find those on
FHSD YouTube in the coming weeks.

Click here to read the press release from LU about “Millennial Media.”


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