Ernest Manning Television 


Since 2016, Ernest Manning High School has offered a Broadcast Journalism program that is centred on story telling and learning live broadcast production. This course is focused on creating a student run broadcast with the goal in presenting relevant news and information to the Ernest Manning community. Broadcast Journalism students are instrumental in creating content for EMTV. EM Daily, our flag-ship show produces relevant news and information that increases students voice in order to promote school sprit and community. 

The emphasis on Broadcast Journalism is centred on student-selected stories and segments that are engaging, and relevant to the school community. Students produce, write, present, and create a daily 3 minute broadcast utilizing industry standard equipment that would be seen in a small market television newsroom. 

Students earn credits in Journalism 15, 25, and 35. The journalism courses provide students with the opportunity to explore and create original texts and content for a public audience in a variety of journalistic mediums.

EMTV students  are problem-solvers, creative, self-motivated and leaders. Students rotate through a variety of television broadcast  roles including: producing, writing, on-air talent, reporting, camera, multi-camera directing, camera, graphics, audio, and video operations.


EM Daily from Home - April 24, 2020


EM Daily on the Road. Broadcasting from Edmonton -  May 9, 2019


EM Daily Special Broadcast - December 11, 2018


EMTV

Ernest Manning Television 


Since 2016, Ernest Manning High School has offered a Broadcast Journalism program that is centred on story telling and learning live broadcast production. This course is focused on creating a student run broadcast with the goal in presenting relevant news and information to the Ernest Manning community. Broadcast Journalism students are instrumental in creating content for EMTV. EM Daily, our flag-ship show produces relevant news and information that increases students voice in order to promote school sprit and community. 

The emphasis on Broadcast Journalism is centred on student-selected stories and segments that are engaging, and relevant to the school community. Students produce, write, present, and create a daily 3 minute broadcast utilizing industry standard equipment that would be seen in a small market television newsroom. 

Students earn credits in Journalism 15, 25, and 35. The journalism courses provide students with the opportunity to explore and create original texts and content for a public audience in a variety of journalistic mediums.

EMTV students  are problem-solvers, creative, self-motivated and leaders. Students rotate through a variety of television broadcast  roles including: producing, writing, on-air talent, reporting, camera, multi-camera directing, camera, graphics, audio, and video operations.


EM Daily from Home - April 24, 2020


EM Daily on the Road. Broadcasting from Edmonton -  May 9, 2019


EM Daily Special Broadcast - December 11, 2018


Last modified on

Today we sent a year end message to families about our planning for school re-entry this fall. Re-entry survey results and a transportation reminder. Check your email to read it online: https://t.co/qFKMVzfIHS #yycbe #WeAreCBE https://t.co/2V4iqs1Xqo

Due to increased traffic, we’re experiencing issues with the online report card feature of PowerSchool. Check out these instructions on how to view your report card marks/indicators. Sorry for the inconvenience! https://t.co/8FwiAq3JGW #yycbe #WeAreCBE https://t.co/luTVdQ5J6M