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Marching Band Faces the Giants, Parents Come Back to School, and Shufflepuck Gets Bit!
Lauren Carr and Gabe Gollub host today's show on Shawnee TV's new set! Thank you Will Maier for the great floor painting! Shawnee's Marching Band had a once in a lifetime experience... to perform at Giants Stadium! The "Shufflepack" created an extended trailer for the second episode of Shufflepuck known as "The Transylvanian Bartender". To close the show, Ryan Farrell, Mike Miraglia, and Mikey Conover produced a recap of Back To School Night!


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08 Oct 2010
Renegade Morning Show 4
We're at the 4th episode of what seems to be another great year for the RMS Crew. The show opened up with a segment about "What do you miss about Summer," made by Ryan Farell and Mike Moraglia. In the middle of the show Meg Swat made a video about "A day in the Life of Ashton Kuchera." The show was wrapped up with Andy Kirkwood's Youtube video of the week segment.

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01 Oct 2010
Shufflepuck Pilot Episode Debut!
Shufflepuck has taken the Renegade Morning Show, and the rest of Shawnee High School, by storm. "The Shufflepack" consisting of Brett Yoncak, Vince Tascione and Greg Streep host the show. Mr. Campbell made a quick appearance and the girls soccer team rallied up Shawnee's spirit!

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24 Sep 2010
Youtube Video of the Week and Yearbook Photos
Shawnee TV opened up the second show of the 10th season with a segment about Mr. Bozarth winning the American Red Cross Chairperson of the Year award. This was followed by Bobby Tanzola's new RMS opening. Andy Kirkwood made a youtupe video of the week and acted out a video done by Keenan Cahill. The 2nd show was wrapped up by a yearbook picture segment created by Lauren Mathis ans Shawnee's TV Tech III class.

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17 Sep 2010
First Show of Season 10!
Shawnee TV produced the first Renegade Morning Show of the 2010-2011 school year, hosted by Lauren Mathis and Melissa Storm. The Show opened up with a recap of the Freshman Orientation produced by Stacey Dunkley, Lauren Mathis, Drew Wellenbusher, Shannon Martin, and Jake Albano. The first show of the new season was wrapped-up by a replay of last year's first annual Blue and White night to show the new Freshman what it is really about.


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10 Sep 2010
Goodbye Shawnee TV
I have been thinking about making this post for a couple weeks now, because I wanted to make sure I really said some things that I wanted to, that I wasn't really able to put into words when I was in front of the mic for LDTV awards, or when talking to everyone at the party beforehand.

Shawnee TV was by far the greatest thing to happen to me throughout my high school career. Being President of Shawnee TV my senior year gave me a chance to be the leader I wanted to be for the program and with all the awards and recognition we've received this year, I can proudly turn over the leadership of Shawnee TV. I am so unbelievably proud of what we've been able to accomplish in the past four years, and everyone deserves a huge thank you for all the time and dedication both to the Renegade Morning Show, and to all the other content that's produced for Shawnee TV and LDTV. Like I said on the stage at Lenape, teamwork is the key to success for us, and when everyone stays involved, and everyone gets included, amazing things will happen.

To my fellow Shawnee TV seniors. I'm sure Brandon will follow me up with a similar post, but I know you guys all can agree that this program changed our lives, and really put us on the right path to a career someday. I would say the experience we received in the Communications program at this school is unparalleled, and I know we're all going to see that in college next year.

To the underclassmen, never lose the enthusiasm. I was a little worried about who would be really dedicated to the program after I graduated, but I have no doubt now that Season 10 will be some of the best content Shawnee TV has ever produced, and I wish you guys the best of luck. Remember, stick together, and keep everyone involved. The only way we keep the show going is by encouraging incoming students to get involved. Teamwork!

And last and not least, to Mr. Pistone, I owe so much to you. You encouraged me to do things I never thought I'd be able to accomplish, and Shawnee TV would never have been as successful as it was this year without you. You treat everyone in your classes, and in all areas of production, with the professionalism that would be expected from a production team, and because of this we do great things. You've taught me so much in these two short years, and I owe a huge thanks to you as both a mentor, and a friend.

Thank You Everyone!

Steve Mathis
17 Jun 2010
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