Wired, Nease High School’s student run daily newscast, kicked off it’s broadcast year on August 21st and has been producing newscasts four days a week ever since. The student news crews fill six periods a day, and are led by Mrs. Moussawel, a Nease Wired alumni. Students conceptualize, write, film, and edit news stories, announcements, and original show introductions. The students also learn how to operate the equipment in the professional-grade studio and control room, to write, run, and produce shows daily. Wired has been named the best daily taped high school news broadcast in the nation twice, as ranked by the Student Television Network, and the crew looks forward to competing in the Broadcast Excellence competition again this year.
All Wired students are a part of the Communications Academy at Nease. Students who select the TV Production strand of the program start in the Introductory class, then have the ability to choose from the Wired track, to produce the news, or the Sports Media track, in which students learn how to shoot and edit sports footage.