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Every Friday Morning, Shawnee TV produces a live 8-10 minute news and variety show for the entire Shawnee student body. Each episode covers the latest school announcements, promotes upcoming events, and aims to entertain with various skits and special show openings.

Now in its 12th season, the crew produces a live broadcast Monday through Thursday called "Shawnee Wake Up" and produces "The Renegade Morning Show" Fridays.



Student Faculty Basketball Game!!!
Guest hosts Mr. Lamberson and J.D. Flanagin promote (and trash talk to each other) the Student Faculty Basketball Game tonight. Steve Leacock and Kyle Smith produced the 3 promo segments. Awesome work!


Click here to watch today's show.
22 Oct 2008


Crash, but not burn...
Our studio computer crashed right before the show, making the crew scramble to get the show off the ground. The computer was reconfigured and everything ran, except for graphics. Amanda Martin gave Steve Leacock a hair-gel-bath. Ryan Fitzgerald and Adam Krvekowski produced the Faculty Basketball opening. Brandon Manni produced the Shawnee Football segment and Steve Leacock produced the Violence Awareness closing.


Click here to watch today's show.
17 Oct 2008


The last Wednesday Renegade Morning Show
Todays show started with a motion graphic opening by Steve Mathis. Tyler Adams and Kara Tabor host for their first time. Amanda Martin speaks for FCCLA. Adam Krvekowski cut together a field hockey segment for a closing in (literally) 30 seconds this morning. Next week starts a daily morning show called "The Shawnee Wake Up" and Friday will continue to be "The Renegade Morning Show." We're doing a scaled down show daily and will focus on segments and graphics on Fridays.


Click here to watch today's show.
15 Oct 2008


Best show this year, thus far...
Soccer opening, Frosh-a-palooza wrap up, music video footbal promo. Ryan Fitzgerald makes his RMS host debut along with veteran Tara Kelly. Watch out for Spiderman and the Chicken!


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08 Oct 2008


Frosh-a-palooza Intro
The VT5 is back from the shop and running beautifully. We also have a server that all edit stations can send clips to for broadcast to the school. The show introduction was produced by Kyle Smith and the closing segment was produced by Steve Leacock. The show ran very smoothly and we look forward to producing a daily show.


Click here to watch.
06 Oct 2008


Picture Day!
The third show of the season kicked off with an advertisement for "Picture Day" produced by Steve Leacock and Kyle Smith. J.J. Bunn and Lauren Mathis make a debut appearance as hosts for the Renegade Morning Show.
Click here to watch.
17 Sep 2008


Renegade Morning Show Football Promo
The second show of the year showed some humor and school spirit to promote the Shawnee vs. Cherokee football game. Steve Leacock and Alyssa Rizzitello hosted and Kyle Smith and Steve Leacock continue their production comedy campaign. The show was filmed with old studio gear, then edited together due to equipment repair. Mr. Pistone, Sean Crowley, Brandon Manni, and Steve Mathis have their hands full with upkeep and troubleshooting. More soon. Click here to watch.
12 Sep 2008


Season 8
The Renegade Morning Show crew welcomed all of the new freshmen and faculty to the Shawnee Family for the first morning show of Season 8. Becca Sims and Amanda Martin hosted this special show. New equipment caused some technical difficulties but the show aired all announcements and 3 student produced segments. The studio is undergoing a technical overhaul with many pieces of equipment sent out for repair. Click here to watch.
11 Sep 2008


Good Bye and Good Luck to Mr. Cappello!
Leaving Shawnee High School a year ago put a lot of things in perspective for me. Mainly, it made me realize just how great of a teacher Mr. Cappello is.

I went to a certain University this past year and tried out their TV program. What surprised me, and amazed me, was that the students at Shawnee were actually better at television production than the University students.

At Shawnee, camera shots were steadier. Audio was mixed the right way. Microphones were properly handled. Videos were edited using professional techniques. Crews were dedicated and trained like they should be. And it's all thanks to Mr. Cappello.

All of this made me realize how lucky I am to have fallen in to Shawnee's TV program. There's nowhere else you can get a TV education like this. It was really a privilege to be a part of, and that was in thanks to the dedication of the students and teacher.

I could go on and on about the impact Mr. Cappello made on hundreds of students, but I think if you take a look at everything this site has to offer, you'll see what a great teacher he was.

On behalf of everyone who's been a part of the one-and-only Shawnee Television program, I wish Mr. Cappello the best of luck in his future at Maple Shade. Everyone there will be lucky to have such an intelligent and inspiring person working with them.

Andrew Sims

and the rest of Shawnee TV.
30 Jun 2008


One Last Goodbye.
Pictures from the post graduation party held in A-111.
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17 Jun 2008


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