ArrowVision | Cox Cable 20
As audio-visual communications continually evolve, Broken Arrow Public Schools (BAPS) keeps patrons informed through the ArrowVision network. Comprised of ArrowVision.tv, Broken Arrow High School’s “The Pulse,” the district’s YouTube and Vimeo channels, and Cox Channel 20, ArrowVision provides quality programming covering academics, athletics, arts and activities.
BAPS first began producing video programming 20 years ago under the name BATV. Last year, BATV underwent a significant transformation to ArrowVision, which included the addition of a new video production studio, changes to student curriculum and upgrades to Cox Channel 20.
These upgrades to the Cox Channel include 24-hour programming and hour-long blocks of videos featuring BAPS’ Four A’s (academics, athletics, arts and activities) from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. In addition, patrons can watch advertisements for district events and important information. This programming can also be found on the district’s YouTube channel or ArrowVision.tv.
ArrowVision videos are produced and edited by a team of BAPS employees, as well as students who are enrolled in journalism classes at Broken Arrow High School (BAHS). These courses are giving students hands-on experience in the world of videography, including TigerTV, The Pulse, Sports Media and Documentary Film. Students interested in enrolling in next year’s journalism and video production courses at the high school can click here to watch an informational video and complete an online application.
For more information about ArrowVision, please contact 918-259-7440 or email@example.com.