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NNPS High School Graduation Highlight: Warwick High. Class of 2020, Senior Spirit Week, Graduation Ceremony Highlights, Jostens Renaissance Student Scholarship

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Morton

Sports Highlights August 2020:

ACL Cornhole Pro Matthew Morton of York County
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Sports Highlights interview show

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Sports Highlights interview show

Interview show stands the test of time

Ray Price Greg and Bicouvaris in locationThe long-running Sports Highlights show features local, regional, national, and international guests.

The show was created by Telecommunications Supervisor Paul Cummings in 1992 and won a Communicator's Award in August 1999 and again in November 2005. Director-Producer Ray Price and host Greg Bicouvaris (pictured right) have been a team since the early days of the show, when it was recorded in a radio studio.

Sports Highlights is produced 11 times a year, and over 250 episodes have been made. The show is shot both in the studio and on location.

A wide range of players, coaches, managers, instructors and media personalities appear as guests on the interview-format show.

Some of the more prominent guests have included: Aaron Brooks, Michael Vick, David Macklin, Ronald Curry, Allen Iverson, Terry Holland, Boo Williams, Lefty Driesell, Bruce Smith, Mike London, George Welsh, Frank Beamer, Wendy Larry, Francena McCorory, and Pernell "Sweet Pea" Whitaker.

Sports Highlights airs on Mondays at 7 a.m., 2 p.m., and 7 p.m., and weekends at 9 a.m.

Watch current episodes | Watch past episodes | 'Sports Highlights' broadcasts 200th show | 'Sports Highlights' receives proclamation from City Council


basketball game

'Basketball Team':  On location to broadcast high school basketball is Bill Barlow (Producer), Nate Milton (Commentator), Greg Bicouvaris (Play by Play) and Ray Price (Director).

Telecom Program Highlights

  • Two years of hands-on experience in all aspects of television production
  • First-year students make broadcast-worthy material
  • Students earn college credit
  • TV-II students receive honors credit
  • Classes are taught by a faculty of working professionals
  • Students use state-of-the-art media production facilities
  • Students learn all phases of studio and remote digital broadcasting and production
  • Students can participate in local and national media associations
  • Students can compete using their skills on a state and national level (SkillsUSA)

Awards

NNPS-TV and the Telecommunications Center create award-winning programs. See the awards our team has won, including Telly, Videographer, Communicator awards.

Graduation videos

Graduation cap with DVDGet a copy of NNPS graduation ceremonies on DVD. Current year is only $20 if you order by July 31. Ceremonies from 1998 to 2019 are $25. Exact change or check/money order is required. You may pick up your DVD or have it mailed to you at no extra cost. DVDs for the current graduations may take 4-6 weeks production and processing time. Order form for graduation videos

Join Our Crew

We are seeking students to join the award-winning Telecom team! Open to all juniors and seniors of Newport News Public Schools. See your guidance counselor or call us at (757) 591-4687 for more information. See the Telecom FAQ.

Summer Office Hours

The Telecommunications Center is open Monday-Thursday 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. now through August 14. Please call 591-4687 for an appointment if you need to come in.

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