QOTV is collaborating with The Town Courier. Every Friday, we will be posting QO TV stories written, shot and edited by talented Quince Orchard High School students.
These students are in the Audiovisual Communication & Broadcast Technologies pathway through the school’s Career Technology Education program, taught by Quince Orchard English teacher Kunal Arora.
QOTV stories published Jan. 17, 2020:
QO’s Maya Ronick is part of the duo “Sister Cousins,” performing indie, folk and Americana. You may know her as part of the five-member band Karousel. Edited and produced by Maya Ronick.
Teen Slang With Ms. A
Do you know 2020 slang? Ms. Albaraacin puts her knowledge to the test! Produced and edited by Tasfia Haque.
QOTV stories published Jan. 10, 2020:
QOTV stories published Dec. 13, 2019:
Mr. Rogers Parody & Parking Lot PSA
Drew Rushline impersonates the late, great Mr. Rogers, to deliver an important message on parking lot etiquette.
Caeleigh Seawall spotlights Asha Miller and her transition from living in Perth to living in America, and attending Quince Orchard High School.
QO Sports Net
Jamie Elder interviews Adam Gotkin, student at Quince Orchard High School, and founder of QO’s first and only play-by-play sports radio. Listen to the boys call the games.
QOTV stories published Dec. 6, 2019:
Reporters in a Pickle
Jack Lalos and Chloe Smith put fake nes to the test in this tongue & cheek investigation.
Teachers Play Minecraft
Luke Clarke & Noah Clarke convince their teachers try out a game our students love. Here’s what happened.