The Telecommunications Center ("Telecom") provides college-level video and television instruction to juniors and seniors from each of the six high schools in the division. Students attending this program are prepared for careers in television and journalism and for further studies in higher education. More info. about the program
NNPS-TV is where viewers throughout Newport News can watch local and national programs on Cox Cable (Ch47) and Verizon FiOS (Ch17). Student shows, as well as professionally-produced features, inform the community about events, programs, and accomplishments of Newport News and the public schools. Additional programming highlights a variety of topics including mathematics, language arts, history, and science. During our regularly scheduled programs, the NNPS-TV Bulletin Board airs school and community announcements.
In addition, NNPS-TV provides schools with a variety of instructional programming and staff development. The station supports teachers, staff, and administrators by preparing videos for national conferences, and by training teachers and staff members how to videotape school events and classroom instruction for use in evaluation and certification.
NNPS-TV and the Telecommunications Center create award-winning programs. Check out our accolades, which include Telly, Videographer, Communicator and many other awards.
The Telecom team went live with the high school basketball games held on January 27, Denbigh at Warwick. The games were aired live on NNPS-TV Cox Channel 47/FiOS Channel 17 and also via the web on the students' YouTube channel, NNPS Telecom Network. Additionally, the live games could be seen via the webcast on nnpstv.com and on the NNPS-TV Roku channel. The games will be re-broadcast during February on NNPS-TV.
NNPS-TV is now available on Roku®, which is an OTT (over-the-top) streaming device -- or a television specially configured as a Roku TV. It allows you to watch shows using the Internet instead of cable.