TV truckThe NNPS-TV production truck has had a "makeover" and will be ready for NNPS productions when school activities resume.


math instructorNow that NNPS has had to close schools due to the coronavirus outbreak, the educational programming available on NNPS-TV is even more useful. Students of all grade levels having to continue their learning from home can simply turn on the local cable station (or watch online) to see a wide range of educational shows.


Darrick White at computerDarrick White is NNPS-TV's new Master Control Operator. As such, he is responsible for programming the channel with educational and informational shows for NNPS students and the entire Newport News community.


2 men pose on setThe "Sports Highlights" team is celebrating production of its 300th episode, which starts airing on NNPS-TV Sunday, March 1 at 9:00 a.m.

Navy seal on title screenNNPS-TV answered the call of duty recently when the production team was tasked with making a new Engineering Design Challenge intro video.
white TV truckNNPS-TV put its new quick-response TV truck to the test in January, using it to do a live broadcast of a School Board public hearing.
NNPS logoThe next School Board meeting will be held Tuesday, April 21, at 6:30 p.m. A work session will be held at 5:00 p.m. The meeting will be broadcast live on NNPS-TV (Cox Channel 47/Verizon Fios Channel 17) and on the Web at nnpstv.com. NNPS-TV's live stream is also available on Roku and Apple TV. On-demand video will be available later on YouTube and the NNPS-TV video site. The meeting will be aired on NNPS-TV at later dates as well.

graduation capThe NNPS high school graduations will be held June 4, 6 and 7. NNPS-TV will video-record the commencement ceremonies to air on NNPS-TV Cox 47/Fios 17, Roku, and Apple TV, and online at nnpstv.com. DVDs can be pre-ordered. A live stream will be available on YouTube.

man shows TV production equipmentThe Telecommunications program was the focus of a recent visit by the NNPS CTE Advisory Board.

Students record interviewTelecom students recently covered the Virginia School Boards Association (VSBA) Annual Convention, which was held in Williamsburg.