Mrs. Melissa May

I'm thrilled to launch the Broadcast and Media Arts Pathway at Inderkum High School.  My background includes working in broadcast TV news for 20 years, the last 14 at ABC10/News10 in Sacramento. I was fortunate to be introduced to the television career path in my high school broadcast media class. It's been my dream since to help other students reach their goals after graduation as well as develop communication skills, technical expertise (including with video cameras and editing software) and reporting skills.

Our broadcast media classes also produces a school student newscast called "Tiger Talk." We introduce real-world newsroom tools and have guest speakers share the latest trends and technology as well as practice news writing, research and collaboration.

Several of our high school students have been hired, including for the Sacramento RiverCats in the TV Control Room.

There are 3 levels in the Broadcast and Media Arts Pathway, and the 2nd and 3rd levels have college credit articulated with CRC.

You can contact Mr.s May by email mmay@natomasunified.org

  

    

 

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