Striv Students From Over 37 Schools Produce 44 State Basketball Games

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Striv students have been busy throughout this year’s NSAA Girls and Boys High School Basketball Championships. Striv students from 37 schools across the state have produced 44 state basketball games!

Students can’t get this experience anywhere else.

No matter the size of school, the distance from Lincoln, or whether your school made it to the tournament. Striv schools and students exclusively are the ones who get the chance to capture these matches on Nebraska’s biggest stage for high school sports. This is our Striv student’s state tournament too.

Producing State events is just one of the many reasons why schools choose Striv.

Our student broadcasters helped produce high-quality live streams at all of these events with equipment setups that included:

  • RCS 
  • Play-by-play and color announcers
  • Crew-to-crew communication
  • Video and voice-over commercials
  • Crowd and wireless microphones
  • Multiple cameras
  • Advertising graphics

We are very proud of our Striv students who produced all of these state basketball events. Producing high-stakes state events is just one way Striv empowers students. These real-world experiences are incredible hands-on learning opportunities.

Striv is at the intersection of digital media education and delivers an engaging curriculum, innovative audio-visual equipment, and an education-based streaming platform.  Find out how Striv can help start and grow your school’s digital media program—click here.

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