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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.



Hallo-what?? ... Halloween.
This was the fifth anniversary of the ever-popular Renegade Mourning Show. Why is it popular? OK.. it isn't. Today's show featured Andrew Sims, AKA Harry Potter and Alex Voglesong, AKA Batgirl as hosts. Mason Dewitt, Gary Halliwell, Eric Shourds, and Mike Hammelef added a Blue Man Group Halloween opening while Kevin Melfi checked in on the Safe Trick or Treat. The show also featured a first as the hosts communicated live in the hallway for the first ever Shawnee Halloween Parade.
Click to Watch the Show. || Click to watch the parade.

Click here to watch coverage from the 2006 Halloween parade.
31 Oct 2006


CJ Brittingham on 91.9 Centenary Radio
Listen to 05-06 Shawnee Alumni CJ Brittingham host his weekly program on 91.9 Centenary Radio! Use the links below to access individual clips. Good work, CJ!

- Clip 1
- Clip 2
- Clip 3
- Clip 4
- Clip 5
30 Oct 2006


RMS pre-Halloween spectacular
Chelsea Gregory and Craig Schwait host another masterpiece from Season 6. Kevin Melfi hit the halls to see what students are being for Halloween and freshman Tyler Coskery learned the bad news about the Halloween dance. Becca Sims and Mike Smith added the opening... and check out the new credits thanks to Andrew Sims. Click to Watch
30 Oct 2006


X-bars and Peanut Butter
Friday's Morning Show featured a Peanut Butter Jelly opening with a special guest appearance by Mr. Mann. The show was hosted by Lauren Trump and Dana Gallagher, with a lunch segment by Craig and a Student Counsil Safe Trick-or-Treat announcement.

Click here to watch the show.
20 Oct 2006


TV Tech I Remembers the 80s...
NEW VIDEO! Check out the music videos from the TV Tech I students from the 2005-2006 school year. From Footloose to Danger Zone, the 80s rule at ShawneeTV.com. Click to view.
17 Oct 2006


Friday the 13th hits the Renegade Morning Show
This week's edition of the Renegade Morning Show featured first-time hosts Jaime Crowley and Adam Zweibaum. The show also featured an announcement from Mr. Campbell and sports by Gina Sorce. Craig Schwait added lunch, but it was left on the editing room floor. Director Brandon Manni also produced the opening and closing footage from the Welcome Back Dance. Click to watch.
13 Oct 2006


Old School Pictures
Remember when... check out new "old" pictures from the 2002-2003 school year. Click to view.
10 Oct 2006


September 29th and October 5th
The last Morning Show of September featured an opening created by JP Bonner. Hosts Alex Voglesong and Craig Schwait hosted the show and held a short telephone interview with Andrew Sims live in LA. Mason DeWitt and Gary Halliwell reported from the Kenny Loggins concert, and Becca Sims created a Volleyball promo. Watch the show here.

On the October 5th Morning Show, Greg Lewis created the opening montage and the episode was hosted by Chelsea Gregory and Lauren Trump. The show also included a Back to School dance promo and a Girls Tennis update. Back by popular demand, the Kenny Loggins report that originally aired on the 29th made an encore presentation.
10 Oct 2006


The Office by JP Bonner.. click play.


04 Oct 2006


Chelsea and Craig host the second show of the year...
The Renegade Morning Show is slowly polishing off the rust from a long summer. Today's show featured sports by JP Bonnor and a gymnastics segment by Brandon Manni. Click to view.
15 Sep 2006


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