show choir poster - liveTelecom students will live stream Menchville High School's second annual show choir competition, Clash of Choirs, Saturday, February 17.


Apple TV box and remoteIn mid-January, NNPS-TV finalized their Apple TV channel and launched it, their second OTT ("over-the-top") TV channel. Over the top means using the internet instead of cable to view movies, TV shows, and live broadcasts. The NNPS-TV Roku channel has been live for one year.

spokesperson in canoeThe NNPS-TV production team is known for going wherever they must to capture video of the many different ways NNPS students learn and grow.
NNPS logoThe next School Board Meeting will be held Tuesday, February 20 at 6:30 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. It will be re-played at later dates.
Osmo cameraTrying out new gadgets that improve production quality and help tell the NNPS story is something the NNPS-TV production team loves to do. These devices and other equipment help bring out the team's creativity and improve their final product by allowing them to get shots that otherwise would not be possible.

camera operators set upTune in to NNPS-TV (Cox Channel 47/FiOS Channel 17) to see high-school basketball action this season, starting with the Friday, January 26 Woodside vs Heritage games.

cell tower and droneThe NNPS-TV production team has just finished shooting and producing a new Elementary Engineering Design Challenge "intro video," this time working with Verizon Wireless on the "Tower Power" challenge.

parade commentatorsAsk anyone in broadcast television and they will tell you the best - and most exciting and rewarding - part of television production is going live.


"This Just In" LOGOThe NNPS-TV production team has racked up 400 episodes of their weekly news show, "This Just In."


Telecom secretary Sitrena WilliamsTelecom secretary Sitrena Williams knows a good opportunity when she sees one. And she knows that hard work and commitment pay off in the end. Putting those things together recently found Williams happy and proud of her achievement: completing a two-year Clerical Apprenticeship and graduating with honors.