Winner of 19 Emmy Awards, including four National Emmy Awards
CHSTV is one of the nation's top rated high school broadcast journalism programs. The recipient of nineteen National Student Television Awards (Student Emmys), and the 2006, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013 winner of the prestigious STN Award of Excellence, CHSTV is recognized across the country as a model for scholastic broadcast journalism.
The show is produced by students enrolled in Carlsbad High School's broadcast journalism program. Each morning the program is produced live, reaching a closed circuit audience of 3000 students and staff and an Internet audience of viewers who can watch the live feed, and archived replays, on www.chstv.com. Our program is also carried live on Time-Warner Cable and AT&T U-Verse.
In 2002, 2004, 2007 and 2008, CHSTV was awarded the National Student Emmy in the category of Outstanding Achievement in the Craft of Live Television.
In 2010 CHSTV once again won a Student Emmy for Outstanding Achievement in the Craft of Live Television.
In 2013 CHSTV won a prestigious Telly Award for its 2012 Election Special Broadcast televised from Election Central in San Diego's Golden Hall.
The program and its predecessor, AOTV, has received print publicity in Newsweek Magazine, Wired.com, the Los Angeles Times, and countless regional newspapers and magazines.
In 2008, CHSTV expanded its curriculum to include documentary production. In the fall of 2008, chstvFILMS released a critically-acclaimed, groundbreaking documentary on the Holocaust, called "We Must Remember" (www.chstvfilms.com).
In August of 2010 chstvFILMS released a second documentary entitled "One in Seven." This film deals with the issue of food insecurity in some of America's most affluent suburbs. (www.carlsbadfilms.com)
In January, 2014 chstvFILMS will release its newest film, Invisible Threat.
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