On Saturday, April 2nd, BCIT Television & Video Production students & faculty were on-hand to produce the live-stream of the 2015-2016 VEX Robotics Competition at BCIT. VEX is the world’s largest robotics competition for middle and high-school students, and 70 teams were on-hand for the competition.
You can view the archive stream online!
A modern twist on a classic gameshow, The Newlywed Game tests how well you really know your significant other.
The rules are simple. Couples are separated and answer, often revealing, questions about each other. If they both answer correctly, they are awarded a point. The couple with the most points at the end of the game wins!
Live at Friday, November 27th – 8pm!
Seven contestants eat their hearts out in in three rounds of full-throttle gorging.
- First, we have three fine contestants making a mess of themselves in a pie eating contest. Whoever can finish their pie first, or whoever eats the most pie in 5 minutes, wins the round.
- In the next round, we see who can finish a liter of a disgusting smoothie the fastest.
- In the main event, we have a classic volume contest. Whoever can eat the most spaghetti in the allotted time wins.
Our super fun host will introduce our contestants along with a short b-roll clip that demonstrates why they’re going to be the eating champ of the campus.
Vancity Flows: The 5 elements interviews and showcases Hip Hop artists from Vancouver who share their creative experiences in the industry and give advice to up and coming performers or anyone looking to get into the arts. The goal is to share and spread Hip Hop culture through the five elements of Breakdancing, MCing, DJing, Graffiti art, and Beatboxing. We hope to take this pilot and use it to create a full TV series.
Featured Artists: Little T, J-Kay, Phat Dawg, Jak Drum, Tyler Skyy, & Cody Lecoy
Hosted by: Dangerous the Deadly MC & DJ Denise
Date: Saturday, September 26th, 2015
One of the highlights of Term 2 for our first-year Television & Video Production students is our annual trip to Science World to produce a live cut of their centre-stage science shows.
TV students bring our Broadcast Pix Mica HD Flypack down to Science World, to wire and create an entire live television control room – from scratch. The process isn’t simply turning on cameras – students need to understand signal flow, camera feeds, the intercom and audio system, as well as how to safely manage a considerable amount of production equipment in a very public setting.
The Science World staff love having BCIT Television there, as our sizable equipment setup generally becomes another exhibit for the families in attendance to observe, and we send the finished productions back to Science World to aid in the training of their staff. Something for everyone!
Over the weekend, BCIT’s Television & Video Production Program took part in a local, independently produced, non-profit TEDx event, including special guest speakers such as Ann Makosinski, Rup Sidhu, and Valerie Mason-John.
TEDxRenfrewCollingwood is dedicated to discovering great ideas and sharing them with the rest of the world. The TEDxRenfrewCollingwood stage will bring unique thinkers together in a platform for sharing wisdom and experiences. It is a chance to welcome interesting people into the community and to showcase and celebrate the dynamic ideas which exist in Renfrew-Collingwood and in Vancouver.
Together with Faculty and Alumni, first and second year Television students produced the HD event video, which will be edited and sent to the TEDx parent organization for inclusion on their website (links to follow when it goes live).