Education, Entertainment, Family

Baltimore County Public Schools seeking talented students for ‘Entertainment Blvd’ show on BCPS-TV

NOTTINGHAM, MD—So you think you can dance? Or sing? Or play an instrument?

Are you a Baltimore County Public Schools student who can sing, play an instrument, dance, make art, act, tell great jokes, recite poetry, or perform martial arts? Or do you want to share your culture or language through songs or performances?

BCPS-TV is looking for videos of students showcasing their talents. Selected videos will be shared on “Entertainment Blvd at Home Edition,“ a show which airs on television (Comcast channel 73 and Verizon channel 34) and online.

“We are so proud of this show,” said Eric Dodson, manager of BCPS-TV. “The original Entertainment Blvd show was created four years ago by some of our student interns. For many of the students who appeared on the show, it was their first opportunity to visit a television studio, see what goes on behind the scenes, and see themselves on TV. The new ‘at home edition’ of the show is yet another way for the BCPS community to stay connected during this challenging time.”

Video submissions can be recorded on phones (held horizontally) or using a digital video camera. The producers at BCPS-TV advise students/parents to hold the camera or phone as steadily as possible. The videos should be between one to five minutes long, and all material presented should be family-friendly (appropriate for an audience of all ages). Not all submitted videos will be aired, and those that are selected might be edited for length and content.

Students must include background information either at the very beginning or end of their videos. This information, which can also be submitted in a Word document, should include full name and email address (and how to spell them), title of performance, grade level, and school name.

Submissions should be placed in the Entertainment Blvd Sharepoint folder.

Entertainment Blvd: at Home Edition Episode 1 from Baltimore County Public Schools on Vimeo.

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