Film


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Salesianum has its own fully-functioning television studio which provides a laboratory environment for three levels of TV production classes.

The WSAL Studio was built in 1956, with its first live broadcast in the 1970s. In the studio, students work with all of the tools you would find in a professional TV studio, including Panasonic HD cameras, a 16-channel audio mixer for live recordings of music, a Green Screen for chroma key shots and the latest in editing technology software. 

Because the best learning comes from doing, students use this equipment to produce a daily, “WSAL Homeroom Show,” which streams live to the computers and TVs on campus. The show provides information, interviews and feature pieces related to current events on campus.

The film curriculum includes film study, photography and television production classes.