E-sports streaming was one of the new technology skills practiced at this year's Ch. 1022 Video Camp. Middle school age students practiced esports commentary and used computers to practice livestreaming the events. 

According to Ch. 1022 Assistant Director Molly Schafer, they also experienced interviewing on a set, broadcasting school announcements and use of a drone. 

During the three day camp, the students made storyboards and saw how green screen technology is used in editing.

On Wednesday, Troy Myers at Hot Pots hosted the campers for tapings of Artist for a Day so they could see how remote shows are taped with a Tricaster. 

For more information on the annual summer camp, which is open to students in any district, contact Chelsea Shar, Media Arts teacher at AHS at