The Crescenta Valley High School Club Expo took place this week in the quad, giving students an opportunity to promote various clubs with interests raging from politics to the environment. One new organization, CV Broadcasting Club, stood out among the rest.
“It’s like CVTV, except we take the printed material from the Crescenta Valley Sun, script it into a news bulletin, and air it on Channel 15,” explained founder and president Matthew Anderson.
The club serves as an alternative for students who are unable to be a part of CVTV, a cinematography class offered at Crescenta Valley High School that only accepts a limited number of anchors and crew members. The class prepares a daily bulletin that is aired on the televisions around campus. The CV Broadcasting Club goes beyond that by broadcasting a news bulletin that reaches the entire community.