Welcome to the School Broadcast Program! We're excited to have you on board and want to make sure you're successful. This site is your one-stop shop for everything you need to make the most of the program at your school. We will include all of the resources, links, documents, and examples that you need along with an online Quick Start Guide and a Best Practices Guide to get your school up and running quickly and efficiently.
To get started, review the Quick Start Guide.
Here's a list of the essentials you will need to start broadcasting:
If you're new to the School Broadcast Program, review the sections in the Quick Start Guide.
For current or new members in the SBP, take a look at all the sections under Resources and Documents. We're constantly trying to keep section up to date so that you have easy access to instructions and advice.
Some sections have attachments at the bottom for you to download and use. It's really easy to download the documents you need. Just click on the little blue arrow beside the document you want, and save the file.
For a full list of guides and templates, click on the Resources and Documents link. Here, you just have to click the Download link to save the file.
The first-ever NFHS Network Broadcast Academy will be held July 17-19, 2015 in Atlanta, GA. Interested high school broadcasting students, faculty and family members are all invited to register now.
The event will kick off on Friday at the Atlanta Braves vs. Chicago Cubs game at Turner Field at 7:35 p.m. The first 50 students to register will gain exclusive access to a VIP behind-the-scenes Braves broadcast experience prior to the game. Visit the site to see the full agenda and list of award categories.
Also, don't forget to send us your award submissions to firstname.lastname@example.org! The deadline is February 15!
- Best Overall School Broadcast Program
- Best New School Broadcast Program
- Best Live Sports Broadcast
- Best Original Program/Feature
- Best Student Broadcaster
- Highlight of the Year
- School Broadcast Program Teacher of the Year