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‘Students’ Stories

By Danielle Schaf
September 26, 2022

From Statistics to Streaming: How Scott Parson Transformed Arlington’s Digital Media Program

How do you nurture a successful digital media education program? Scott Parson has done the Math. Scott Parson has been an educator for the past 22 years. He started out teaching Math but began to incorporate different digital media classes…

By Nate Dupler
September 20, 2022

Striv Sports Broadcasting Certification Course

An engaging live stream doesn’t have to break the bank; it’s as simple as adding a headset and sound mixer. Adding announcers to a live stream engages your students and viewers. That’s why we developed the Striv Sports Broadcasting Certification…

By Nate Dupler
September 8, 2022

How Elijah Moser Discovered His Passion for Student Broadcasting

The word trailblazer describes a person who is a pioneer or an innovator. It takes courage and strength to immerse yourself in something new and flourish, especially in student broadcasting. Elijah Moser is one of these people. Someone who saw…

By Nate Dupler
August 16, 2022

3 Crucial Reasons Why Students Need to be Involved in Live Streaming

Recently there has been a big rise in the use of automated cameras to live stream high school sporting events.  This means that students are being replaced in their live stream by automated cameras. We believe this is an incredible…

By Danielle Schaf
August 9, 2022

Integrating Education with Automated Camera Streaming

When we started our company over ten years ago, we knew that streaming needed to be educational if we wanted to work with schools. We have helped schools produce over 1,000 events, and we know the impact of having students…

Student broadcasting game with headset on
By Nate Dupler
August 4, 2022

How Nathan Ladehoff Went from Student to Productions Specialist

Immersing yourself in something new is often challenging and brings nervousness and fear. But these leaps of faith into new experiences can lead to new passions we had no idea were there.  Nathan Ladehoff was going into his Sophomore year…

students broadcasting a game at a high school in the media row
By Nate Dupler
July 5, 2022

5 Things Teachers Need to Know Before Starting Your Striv Team

Deciding to add digital media education into your curriculum and start your Striv live streaming program is an exciting and overwhelming time. Taking the first step in immersing your students in digital media education as well as live streaming can…

By Nate Dupler
June 28, 2022

3 Ways to Incentivize Your Students to Help Stream Games

Striv teachers, do you struggle to consistently have enough students to help stream games throughout the school year? Many students have that interest in media and streaming; sometimes, it takes the slightest incentive to get them to help stream games…

By Alyssa Allmon
January 25, 2022

NEXT LEVEL: Oakland-Craig Student awarded a full-ride scholarship to UNL for digital media

With the continued growth in the media and communications industry, the time is now to learn how your school can integrate digital media education into your curriculum. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics employment in film and video…

By Alyssa Allmon
December 14, 2021

NEXT LEVEL: Featuring Schuyler Community Schools

Schuyler Community Schools is already considered one of the “all in” #strivschools in our community, and this month they went to the next level.  Schuyler has been a Striv school for almost 7 years now, and they started the same…