Dakar is in the preliminary stages of partnering with the Compton Unified School District to create a visionary Video Academy that would link students, teachers, parents, and the LA-County Educational Community LA-Net. It would serve as a venue to share and showcase all Los Angles County talent. The programming is entitled 90 MINUTES TV.
90 MINUTES TV is much more than school news. It’s a real-world showcase of digital media meets the cypher for generation Z. A platform that provides relevancy and sustainability for students who want to turn-up on topics on the largest stages such as SocialMediaWeek.
Below is raw capture of the 90 Minunte Townhall that was produced by Mr. Juan Reynoso’s ROP Multimedia class on Thursday, November 8th, featuring Retired Warrant Officer, Farrell Chiles,Retired U.S. Air Force Veteran and Compton High School security officer, Larry Ventress, and U.S. Army Veteran/ award-winng filmaker, Geroge Ohan.
Below are images from the Compton High School ROP Multimedia project that spanned 5 days of training, pre-production and execution of Veterans Week activities that is currently in post-production for presentation as a 90 Minutes Special. Compton High Security officer Larry Ventress spent Veterans Day feeding and reflecting with comrades at VFW #5394, where he serves as post-commander.Compton High Schools security officer Larry Ventress with members from Veterans Of Foreign Wars Post #5394 just before embarking on their float for the Long Beach Veterans Parade.Compton High Students interviewing attendees of the Bob Hope Patriotic Hall Ceremony,Friday November 8th. The students were the only high school media team covering the event, and streamed some portions of the event @ www.Livestream.com/vetshomecoming. Compton High School Television Crew covered the opening of the 46 million restoration, and have are preparing a full a short documentary to the Military and Veterans Community of Los Angeles County in the near future.
Compton High Students interviewed a Navy mental health specialist for Long Beach Veterans Administration Facility. The students were given access to all parts of the 10 story facility and took advantage by meeting key decision makers, that included members of the veterans-military community, The LA County Board of Supervisors, and the mayor of LA.