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KCBY students savor experience of STN convention

March 27, 2014

By Henriikka Niemi Staff Writer Thirteen members of Coppell High School’s KCBY-TV travelled to Orlando, Fla. to attend a journalism convention, Student Television Network (STN), which attracts middle and high school age students from all around the country and includes competitions, workshops and s...

KCBY members travel to Sunshine State for STN convention

Senior Hamin Kim directs and films a scene in KCBY's Sweet 16 film entry at the Student Television Network Convention in Orlando, Fla. on Thursday. Thirteen KCBY staff members and adviser Irma Kennedy are in Orlando for the convention, which runs through Sunday, at the Rosen Plaza Hotel and Orange County Convention Center. Photo by Chase Wofford.

March 20, 2014

By Henriikka Niemi Staff Writer Last night, select members of Coppell High School’s broadcast station KCBY left for the Student Television Network Convention in Orlando, Fla. “It is a convention for high schools and middle schools all around the country to compete in different competitions,” junior Bethany Tallon said. “I decided to go to STN because I know it...

KCBY soaks up the sun, new knowledge in Los Angeles

Graphic by Sophie Nauyokas

March 6, 2013

By Kristen Shepard Staff Writer Coppell High School's KCBY is filled with future Hollywood director hopefuls. Under the direction of KCBY teacher Irma Kennedy, KCBY will be flying to Los Angeles this afternoon to attend the annual Student Television Network, or STN, conference.  Each year, STN attracts high school broadcast networks from across th...

KCBY lives up to reputation at competition

March 12, 2010

By Ellen Cameron Staff Writer The day before the glitz and glamour of the Academy Awards, a mimicry of this Hollywood flair unfolds in the ballroom of the Disneyland Hotel, as winners of the film contest are announced by well-coiffed professionals. This scene, however, is set by teens, in the...