Liberty’s broadcasting program strives to prepare students for work in a professional video production atmosphere in either a studio environment or in the field. Students gain experience using professional video equipment and software to complete projects that promote student programs and activities for Liberty High School and the surrounding community.
Mr. Bittner and Mr. Gori, co-creators and teachers for Broadcast Journalism, have been working together since 2007. Broadcast Journalism students have continued to build their skills at such prestigious schools as Temple University, Lehigh University, Bloomsburg University, Hofstra University, Full Sail University, Washington College, and UCLA Berkley.
From: Nadine Elsayed
Date: Tue, Dec 8, 2015 at 2:11 PM
Subject: Multimedia Technology Course
Hi Mr. Bittner,
Hope all is well! Please forward this to whom it may concern:
During my senior year at Liberty High School, I signed up to take Shaughn Bittner's "Multimedia Technology" course as a joke. I had transferred into Liberty from Moravian Academy and had never taken my technology requirement for graduation. So for the first half of my last semester of high school, I sat in a course that I knew would be an easy-A. A total joke.
Little did I know how much that class would change the course of my life.