CALIFORNIA STATE FAIR YOUTH MULTI-MEDIA STUDIO 2013
The magic of the California State Fair will be captured by youth media teams under the professional mentorship of
On Native Ground’s industry professionals.
This summer digital media experience is the first of its kind for the California State Fair and is created and under the professional mentorship of On Native Ground and through partnerships with selected student representatives from the Youth Broadcasting and Media Association (YBAMA), the California State Fair Youth Task Force, and selected students from local Sacramento area Tribal Communities to create the California State Fair Youth Multi-Media Production Studio.
The State Fair Film Crews will produce daily video segments of California State Fair events. They will be covering personalities, entertainment, exhibitions, exhibitors and Fair-goers. The daily content created by the State Fair Film Crew will be uploaded to the California State Fair website and onto local network partners; cable television; radio programming;
internet and web-casting broadcasts; and through social media outlets.
Fair-goers are invited to be a part of this interactive digital media experience and to observe the State Fair Film Crews at work in their daily production schedule. The media teams will shoot daily content and edit their final video productions at the California State Fair Youth Multi-Media Studio. The working studio will contain an editing bay, a green screen, television monitors, and editing equipment for use by the youth media teams for pre- and post-production.
On Native Ground, Inc.
Jack Kohler, Executive Producer
Anecita Agustinez, Executive Producer