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Coyote Vision is giving students real-world experiences

Coyote Vision is giving students real-world experiences

Coyote Vision is the fully functional broadcast and live production program at Anna High School. This year, as of Spring Break, Coyote Vision has broadcasted 41 events for Coyote fans to enjoy. Events include the majority of sporting events from Coyote Stadium, including every game (home & away) of the 2023 State Championship football season, fine arts events like choir concerts, and events inside the Anna High School Competition Gym, including volleyball and basketball. A full crew is comprised of 15 members: a producer, technical director, play-by-play and color commentators, three live camera operators, a graphics operator, a replay operator, a show control operator, a slow-motion highlights camera operator, a real-time highlights camera operator, two utilities, and an audio operator. Home games at Coyote Stadium are simulcasted on both the videoboard in-stadium and YouTube. All livestreams, home and away, are executed from the control room at Coyote Stadium. At away events, the producer, all camera operators, talent, and an audio operator are all on-site, and the graphics operator and technical director are at Coyote Stadium. 

Coyote Vision has traveled all over Texas this year to cover Coyote events, the furthest trip being to Owl Stadium in Joshua to live stream the Area Round football playoff game against China Springs. Coyote Vision intends to continue live broadcasts through the end of the year, including more fine arts events, baseball and softball games, soccer playoffs, and the 2024 AHS Graduation ceremony. 

In addition to live-streaming events, Coyote Vision is also responsible for the daily announcements, seen by all AHS students and teachers, along with a submission to the UIL Young Filmmakers Festival each year, where they compete in the Film - Documentary category. 

Coyote Vision is proud to have had multiple students work on professional video crews for major and minor league sports, including FC Dallas, the Texas Legends (Mavs G-League Affiliate), and the Frisco Rough Riders (Rangers AA Affiliate), before their graduation.

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