INfocus Television Network
Palo Alto High School Broadcast Journalism

Anchors: Wes Rapaport and Katie Maser
Segment Package: Final Goodbyes/ Welcome Summer!

Executive Producers: Wes Rapaport and Katie Maser

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INfocus Television Network

Wes Rapaport

Palo Alto High School's Broadcast Journalism Program, INfocus, is in its 10th year of production. The show consists of a live, daily broadcast reaching the school, and is picked up by the Midpeninsula Community Media Center and broadcasted to Palo Alto,…


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Palo Alto High School's Broadcast Journalism Program, INfocus, is in its 10th year of production. The show consists of a live, daily broadcast reaching the school, and is picked up by the Midpeninsula Community Media Center and broadcasted to Palo Alto, East Palo Alto, Menlo Park, Stanford, and Atherton, CA. We also stream live on the web at http://midpenmedia.org/watch/stream

Additionally, the broadcasts are available for viewing at http://voice.paly.net/infocus

The first ever INfocus Broadcast was December 17, 2000. The first anchor pair hosting the show in 2000 was Joe Ritzo (senior) alongside Katie Rohrbaugh (senior). The program was created by journalism teacher Esther Wojcicki. English teachers Mike McNulty and Ellen Austin are the current advisers. The current Executive Producers are Wes Rapaport (senior) and Katie Maser (senior). Staff producers include seniors Kevin Anderson, Kristina Guzman, Alex Flatley, Marie Furter, Tony Panayides, and juniors Lindsay Beisheim, Sarah Miller and Nick Forlenza.

The class also produces a video magazine titled "28:30" produced by junior Brennan Miller with the aid of senior Talia Moyal and junior Brennan Miller that is scheduled to air on local television. http://www.midpenmedia.org

For more information, visit: http://voice.paly.net

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