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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.

RMS | Cotillion, Early Memories, and More Bad Grammar

This week's show was hosted by Evan Johnson and Veronica Robertson.

Our first segment this week was a Photos of The Week in the theme of last year's Sophomore Cotillion. Next, Matt Carpenter gave Shawnee five seconds to tell us the earliest memory they had, it was a challenge. After that, Stephen Chambers brought us a well anticipated follow-up to Your Grammar Stinks, it was great! Finally, Austin Marsdale topped off our show with a made-up fact about McDonalds.
30 Jan 2015

RMS | Alternate Universes, Ice Hockey, iOS Apps

This week's show was hosted by two Seans. Sean Herb and Sean Scannell.

Sean Herb started off our show this week with his funny take on what alternate universes may look like. Austin Marsdale strapped on a Go-Pro and hit the ice last weekend, he gave us a look in his cool montage. Justin O'Donnell went on to give us some recommendations on great iOS Apps. Finally, Austin Marsdale topped off our show with an interesting fact about water bottles.
25 Jan 2015

RMS | Picture This and Chocolate Milk

This week's RMS was hosted by Kelsey Haines and Austin Marsdale.

Sean Scannell started off our show this week with a lovely graphic about our culture. Justin O'Donnell showed off his submission to the 2015 White House Student Film Festival. David Hamaty and Nadiv Steinberg played Apples to Apples and lost their chocolate to Kevin Haines milk in a weird segment this week. Lastly Austin Marsdale closed our show with a neat fact about cities.
16 Jan 2015

1-9-15 RMS | Resolutions, Clay Music Video, School Trips, and Failed Segments

This week our show was hosted by Madison LaPlante and Victor Flamini.
First up on our show was a music video created by Justin Boswick. Next, we had a MOTS from Evan Johnson about favorite school trips. Lastly, was a segment about segment fails from Kelsey Haines.
16 Jan 2015

RMS | 2014 Holiday Show

About two weeks ago was our Holiday show, hosted by Katie Carr and Santa (Sean Scannell)
Our show started with a Senior Seg all about the Holiday Spirit. Then, 5 Second Interviews was back again and this time they asked what would you do if you had 5 seconds left to live. Afterwards, Madison LaPlante went around and asked people what they thought was most important about the Holidays. Next up, Marissa Speigal wanted to know everyone's favorite holiday movie. Lastly, Veronica Robertson created a nice Holiday Gift Guide for everyone, when it comes to friends and family.
05 Jan 2015

RMS 12-19-14 | What's Important, Winter Photo Show, Five Second Interviews, Mirkos

The penultimate episode, this weeks show was hosted by Victor Flamini and Veronica Robertson.

First up was the return of What's Important with new co-host Hunter Smith to accompany original host David Hamaty. Next, was a promo for the Winter Photo Show. Photo Show POTW followed afterwards. Then, we took it to another 5 Second Interviews asking Shawnee what their favorite thing in the universe is. Lastly, Zach Meyer had a look on an Artist Spotlight for upcoming music producer Mirkos. (Louis Sarandoulious)

20 Dec 2014

RMS 12/12/14 I Dreams, Memorial, No Ideas...

This week's show was hosted by Kelsey Haines and David Hamaty. We had a live audience this week, visited by Homeroom Headlines from Medford Memorial Middle School.

Sean Scannell started off our show with a beautiful graphic about dreams. Then Justin Bozwick and Co. roamed the halls to ask students what they were doing the morning of their two hour delay. Answers were less than interesting, so they made the best of it. Austin Marsdale finished up our show with an I.O.U for his segment for this week.
15 Dec 2014

RMS 12-5-14 | Kids For Wish Kids and STATES

This week's show was hosted by Veronica Robertson and Sean Reily.

Sean Scannell opened our show with an important question "Where's the snow at?". Emma Smith showed us Shawnee's own Kids For Wish Kids Club. Next, Marsdale shared his hype for Shawnee's football team as they move onto states. Marsdale also topped off our show this week with his envy for snails.
07 Dec 2014

RMS I Thanksgiving, Blue & White Night, Homecoming Photos, and Crystal Apple

This week's show was hosted by Katie Carr and Austin Marsdale.

We opened our show with some encouraging words from Sean Scannell. Justin O'Donnell followed this year's Blue & White Night, watching the White team emerge victorious. Veronica Robertson brings us this week's Photos of the Week, with photos from the photobooth at last week's homecoming dance. Lastly, David Hamaty promoted this year's Crystal Apple Award.

Austin Marsdale reminded us the importance of family over black friday sales to wrap up this week's show. Have a happy Thanksgiving!

Royalty free music by nwsc1an from http://sovndwave.com/a/b716de featured in the Crystal Apple Promo, Thank you to nwsc1an.
26 Nov 2014

RMS 11-21-14 | Football, Fame Photos, and HYPE DAY!

This week's show was hosted by Evan Johnston and Olivia Prouse.

We opened our show with a timelapse done by Blake Brinster.
First, Brian Dunn gave us a football montage to get us ready for the game, Good Luck Renegades! Next up was another POTW, this time it was pictures from the Fall Drama Fame. Lastly, Corey Hummell helped us aboard the hype train for Smash Bros today!
26 Nov 2014

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