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TITLE: Is WWIII Upon Us?

DATE: 5/8/17

NUMBER OF SPEAKERS:

DURATION: 2 Minutes 10 Seconds

TRANSCRIPTIONIST(S):

 

TIME SPEAKER AUDIO VISUAL
00.00.10 News Anchor Is there a possibility of a World War 3? Some might ask

this question over the amount of conflict the U.S.

Is having with several countries. Some of these

Countries include North Korea, Syria, Afghanistan, and Russia.

News Anchor
00.00.20 Voice over On April 4, 2017, Syrian President Bashar Assad released a chemical bomb on his own people in efforts to encourage civilians in rebel held areas to clear out. His efforts failed, and approximately 82 innocent civilians died, 23 of which were children. Collage of photos that depict victims in the bombing
00.00.30 News Anchor 2 United States President Donald Trump felt compelled to act on this mass murder in which he described as a “disgrace to humanity” according to USATODAY. On April 7, Trump ordered that 59 missiles be launched at a Syrian airbase that contained supplies to the chemical bombing. JNews Anchor 2
00.00.40 Voice Over Though 59 missiles were released, only 23 landed in the designated areas. Despite trying to avoid any casualties, 15 died in the U.S. missile launch. The “strike was intended to deter the regime from using chemical weapons again” in a statement made by U.S. Navy Captain, Jeff Davis. Video of missile launch, map of where the successful missiles launched
00.00.50 Field reporter Thanks [name], our hearts go out to the ones affected by this tragedy. The conflict between the U.S. and Syria is also causing conflict between Russia. Russia seems to be backing up Syria on their reasoning for the chemical attack thus causing anger from the U.S.. Russian Foreign Minister said the relationship between the U.S. and Russia “are the most difficult they have been since the end of the cold war”. Field reporter
00.01.00 News Anchor 1 Thanks [name]. In an unrelated story, the U.S. dropped the largest non-nuclear bomb on an ISIS engulfed region of Afghanistan on April 13, 2017. For clarification, Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani was FOR this bomb since the U.S. and Afghan soldiers are both fighting against ISIS. News anchor
00.01.10 Voice Over The Massive Ordinance Air Blast bomb, a.k.a “MOAB” was released on ISIS tunnels and caves that they used to carry supplies back and forth. Approximately 100 jihadi terrorists were killed by this 21,600 pound bomb. If any civilians were killed, it has not been confirmed. Video of bomb being released/bomb picture
00.01.20 Field reporter Shortly after this bombing in which President Trump described as “another successful job”, North Korea released a failed missile launch on April 15. As you might expect, this was quite an embarrassment for North Korean Supreme Leader Kim Jung Un. Field reporter
00.01.30 Voice over The missile was meant to intimidate Trump but instead exploded only a couple seconds after it was released. This happened just as American warships were entering the country to deter provocations. The U.S. and China are trying to work together in order to deal with North Korea’s weapons programs. NK missile/army
00.01.40

 

Field reporter [interview Mrs. Jacobs] What do you already know about what’s going on with Syria, Russia, North Korea, and the United States? [answer] How do you feel about the conflict going on? [answer] Field Reporter/person being interviewed
00.01.50 Field reporter [Continuing of Interview] Thank you. Field reporter
00.02.00 News Anchor So is there a possibility of a new World War? We can’t be sure. As you might tell, every country just wants to be overall powerful. Thanks for tuning in. From Roarin’ Rumble, this was Faith Mazzuchi and Vivien Bliss. Field Reporter

 

TITLE: TMS Trash Trays

DATE: 5/2/2017

NUMBER OF SPEAKERS: 4

DURATION: 2 Minutes 10 Seconds

TRANSCRIPTIONIST(S): Andrew Huang, Jaiden Bradley

 

TIME SPEAKER AUDIO VISUAL
00.00.10 News Anchor Everyday, paying students head to the TMS cafeteria to order lunch. What they don’t know is that their order contains a hidden surprise. The camera is focused on the news anchor
00.00.20 News Anchor The eye-opener is the inconspicuous little lunch tray. The malicious tray disguises itself to lay waste to the environment and the school budget. And now, to our field reporters. Picture(s) of a TMS lunch tray
00.00.30 Voice over What’s even more shocking is that TMS and hundreds of its students endorse this! TMS purchases trays by the thousands to use during lunches! Passing the camera over stacked lunch trays
00.00.40 Field reporter

(Andrew)

Now a Styrofoam lunch tray can cost anywhere from 7 to 10 cents. A single reusable plastic tray can cost anywhere from 1 to 5 dollars. A video passing over a Styrofoam and a plastic tray behind a field reporter.
00.00.50 Voice over And going by the lowest cost in each instance, a plastic tray will pay for itself in three school weeks. Infographic of cost over time
00.01.00 Voice over Assuming half of TMS buys lunch, the school could save up to $5,450 over the course of the first school year! The camera is focused on the news anchor
00.01.10 Voice over Given that the same amount of TMS students purchase lunch, around 85,000 Styrofoam trays would be thrown away annually, a huge amount. Picture of Styrofoam in a landfill or in the trash
00.01.20 Field Reporter

(Andrew)

With the profound effects of these trays finally exposed, let’s see what students have to say about them. Andrew standing in the cafeteria.
00.01.30 Field Reporter

(Andrew)

(Interview with student at lunch) The student is talking
00.01.40 Field Reporter

(Andrew)

(Interview with student at lunch) The student is talking
00.01.50 Field Reporter

(Andrew)

Thanks for your opinion, (name of student[s]) Andrew standing next to student in cafeteria.
00.02.00 News Anchor In agreement with (name of student[s]), it’s important to save our tax money and environment. Ditch Styrofoam trays! Photo of plastic lunch tray with food.

 

TITLE: Trump on Syria

DATE: 5/4/17

NUMBER OF SPEAKERS: 2

DURATION: 2 Minutes 10 Seconds

TRANSCRIPTIONIST(S): Ben LeClair and Matthew Haggins

 

TIME SPEAKER AUDIO VISUAL
00.00.10 News Anchor Hello and welcome to this segment of BMN. On todays episode we will be talking about what will Donald Trump, our president, do on the rising concerns about Syria. The News anchor at a desk with pictures of Assad, or the tragic pictures of the survivors in the hospital all in the background.
00.00.20 Matthew

(VO)

Recently the US decided to take action on leader of Syria, Assad’s outburst of chemicals. The US targeted an airfield and launched cruiser missiles destroying it. The airfield before and after the missiles, Assad, and the chemicals used
00.00.30 Matthew

(VO)

We didn’t really have clashes this big in the past because we put down a redline, but we should have clashed but Obama ignored what he put down. Obama, Syria
00.00.40 Matthew

(VO)

Assad has been allegedly doing this for years even with the implement of the US’ redline. Redline and Assad
00.00.50 Matthew

(VO)

Luckily Trump has a great administration and cabinet so he can make the most educated decision Trump
00.01.00 David Murry

(VO)

His voice over will be typed next Video of David
00.01.10 News Anchor That was David Murry speaking his knowledge on Syria. Thanks David! The news anchor
00.01.20 Ben LeClair Russia has economic ties with Syria to Access the Mediterranean Sea so the Russians have allied with them to have access Picture of syria
00.01.30 Ben LeClair But because the Syrian bombing the friendship weakened because America tried to intervein.
00.01.40 Ben LeClair
00.01.50 Ben LeClair
00.02.00 News Anchor Thank you for being interested in our topic, and we hope we informed you. This is BMN see you text time. The news anchor

TITLE: Cell Phone Usage

DATE: 5/2/17

NUMBER OF SPEAKERS: 2

DURATION: 2 Minutes 10 Seconds

TRANSCRIPTIONIST(S): Rachel Smith

 

TIME SPEAKER AUDIO VISUAL
00.00.10 News anchor “Good afternoon from TMS.” Sway
00.00.20 News anchor “Do you think cell phones should be allowed in lunch rooms and classrooms?” Side image of cell phones

(Sway)

00.00.30 News anchor “Lately we’ve been thinking of different reasons it could be good and bad to have cell phones.”

 

Side image of students using their cell phones in lunch and in class

(Sway)

00.00.40 Field reporter “We interviewed a few people on the topic asking “Do you think TMS should be allowed cell phones at lunch and classrooms and why?”

Vivien- “Depends on what you’re using it for, for academic purposes yes, social media/texting, no.”

Background   of TMS

Side Vivien

(Sway)

00.00.50 Field reporter Madison- “If someone/something happens and they text or call you, you need to be able to have your phone.”

Ian- “Yes, for entertainment purposes.”

Side   image of Madison & Ian

(Sway)

00.01.00 Field reporter “Lastly, we interviewed DJ. He thinks…” DJ- “Yes, because if kids finish their quizzes and tests having their phone keeps them occupied.” “Yes for lunch because it is kids free time.” Side image of DJ

(Sway)

00.01.10 Voice over “We put a poll on a website asking our class should cell phones be allowed.” “Out of 17 voters, 94% said yes and 6% said no.” Poll graph

(PP)

00.01.20 Voice over “According to “Debate.org,” 88% said yes and 12% said no.” Usages at lunch graph and image (PP)
00.01.30 Voice over “According to “Boston Globe,” 88% of students use their phone in class” “92% of teens report going online daily and 24% say they do so “Almost constantly.” Usages in class graph and image (PP)
00.01.40 Voice over “BYOT is a day in school where you can bring your digital device to school for a project, group assignment or independent study.” Image and graph

(PP)

00.01.50 News anchor “On our question, do you think cell phones should be allowed in lunch rooms or classrooms, we gathered all information so you can decide.” Image of a lunchroom and classroom

(Sway)

00.02.00 News anchor “Coming at you from Roarin’ Rumbles, have a great day”

Outro music

Image of TMS

(Sway)

TITLE: Beauty and the Beast Review

DATE: 5/1/17

NUMBER OF SPEAKERS: 3

DURATION: 2 Minutes 10 Seconds

TRANSCRIPTIONIST(S): Isabela, Natalie, and Kristina

 

TIME SPEAKER AUDIO VISUAL
00.00.10 Anchor A tale as old as time has returned. The animated classic Beauty and the Beast returned to theaters but in live action. Beauty and the Beast poster will be shown
00.00.20 Anchor The new movie went in to theaters March 17. It received a 71% liking rate from Rotten Tomatoes. For those who may not know…That’s good!

 

Another picture of Beauty and the Beast. (compared to the original one).
00.00.30 Voice over The live action Beauty and the Beast was a smashing success with high ratings and positive reviews. With the famous actors and actresses like Emma Watson playing Belle. Pictures of the characters and the actors. Presented in an imovie.
00.00.40 Voice over Other characters such as Maurice, Cogsworth, and Lumiere were played by none other than Kalvin Kline, Ian McKellen, and  Ewan McGregor Pictures of the other cast members. Should be presented in an imovie.
00.00.50 Voice over You may recognize Emma Watson from the famous movie, Harry Potter. You may also recognize Dan Stevens, the beast, from The Night at the Museum. Pictures of actors from the other movie(s) they stared in. Like Emma Watson as Hermione and Dan Stevens as the character he played.
00.01.00 News reporter Have you watched the movie?

If answer is yes

What did you think about the movie?

If answer is no

Are you planning on watching the movie? Is there anything you would like to add about the movie?

Video of interview and/or

It being “live.”

00.01.10 News reporter Reporter asks, Did you watch the movie? Have you watched the movie? If not are you planning on it? Is there anything you would like to add about the movie? Video of interview and/or

It being “live.”

00.01.20 News reporter Would you say the movie is better or worse because it is almost identical to the original? Elaborate. Video of interview and/or

It being “live.”

00.01.30 News reporter Because we asked them 4 questions, we are saving this incase the interviews are more then 10 seconds. Video of interview and/or

It being “live.”

00.01.40 Voice over In the making of Beauty and the Beast, Emma Watson made 3 million up front, but ultimately made 15 million! Picture of Emma Watson as Belle.
00.01.50 Anchor Over all it seems the movie has received rave reviews from   almost everyone. The audience gave the movie a 87% liking rate, that is amazing! Beauty and the Beast new poster
00.02.00 Anchor The movie made billions of dollars due to its success. It made a total of 357 million worldwide and 1.19 billion in the US. The casting was also well chosen with the well-known Emma Watson acting as Belle. Beauty and the Beast dollar bill. (Natalie’s story)
TIME SPEAKER AUDIO VISUAL
00.00.10 Voiceover (Me) Gamers around the world are into esports, however, can it be considered a sport? Esports are a popular worldwide phenomenon. Countries such as China, The United States, and South Korea are into esports. The debate goes on. Are esports really a sport?
00.00.20 Voiceover Let’s define esports. Esports are defined as the competitive tournaments of video games. Let’s compare it to sports. The definition of a sport defines sports as an athletic activity that will require physical prowess or skill.
00.00.30 Voiceover There are plenty of arguments to say esports are a sport and plenty of arguments for esports to not be considered a sport. Plenty of people around the world want esports to be recognized yet, others don’t want esports to be even considered a thing.
00.00.40 Voiceover Sports are considered an athletic activity. All definitions of athletic align with physical feature and just relating to an athlete. In esports, the competitors sit in place, and play their video game. The only sort of physical activity in esports is moving your hands or feet. For this reason, that is why people are debating whether esports are sports or not.
00.00.50 Voiceover Before we go further, decide, are esports really sports? Do you believe that gaming is a sport just as much as football, baseball, and basketball?
00.00.55 Voiceover I believe we should start with an interview asking the question. Are esports really sports, and why?
00.01.00 Interviewed individual Person being interviewed answers the question, are eports really sports?
00.01.15 Voiceover Let’s start. A few people do not believe esports are sports. This is due to esports having no real athletic activity. The esports may be competitive, however they don’t require physical activity with the entire body. Comparing esports to sports is similar to comparing a sloth to a tiger. That is why so many people are against the idea of esports being a sport.
00.01.35 Voiceover There are reasons esports could possibly be considered a sport. After all, the esports industry is massive.
00.01.40 Voiceover Sports are competitive and so are esports. That’s the biggest reason people want to defend esports as sport. Esports are competitive and worldwide, similar to sports. Just like normal sports, esports have plenty of people watch. Each team has fans, advertising, and best of all, profit! Both sports and esports have plenty of similarities.
00.02.00 Voiceover What do you think? Should esports really be considered sports, or have their own label?

TITLE: Democratic Socialism VS Capitalism

DATE: 5/4/17

NUMBER OF SPEAKERS: 2

DURATION: 2 Minutes 10 Seconds

TRANSCRIPTIONIST(S): Logan and Vincent

 

TIME SPEAKER AUDIO VISUAL
00.00.10 Voice Over Asks Vincent a Logan and Vince introducing ourselves and getting ready for the debate
00.00.20 Voice Over Voice asks question about Pro’s of Socialism and Capitalism. Us listening to the question
00.00.30 Field Reporter Logan gives pros of socialism Pictures of socialist countries striving
00.00.40 Field Reporter Vince give pros of capitalism Pictures of the U.S. Striving
00.00.50 Voice Over Voice asks about the cons of opposing gov Us listening and considering question
00.01.00 Field Reporter Logan gives cons of Capitalism Pictures of failing capitalist countries/ideas
00.01.10 Field Reporter Vincent gives cons of socialism Pictures of failing socialist countries/ideas
00.01.20 Voice Over Voice asks about how each economy affects the livelihood of its citizens Us listening to the question
00.01.30 Field Reporter Logan talks about education and health care + how capitalism fails in some aspects Pictures of successful socialism
00.01.40 Field Reporter Vincent talks about education and healthcare + how socialism fails in aspects Pictures of successful capitalism
00.01.50 Field Reporter Vincent and Logan shake hands as outro begins Vincent and Logan shake hands
00.02.00 Voice Over Voice ends segment Fades to black

TITLE: NFL Draft+

DATE: 5/4/17

NUMBER OF SPEAKERS: 3

DURATION: 2 Minutes 10 Seconds

TRANSCRIPTIONIST(S):DJ Mitchell, Ian Smith, and Duane Jackson

TIME SPEAKER AUDIO: what they do(background) VISUAL
00.00.10 Voice Over Introduction Music(ESPN Introduction music) Hosted in Pennsylvania sway
00.00.20 News Anchor News Anchor says: This draft was very interesting, shocking, and lame. DJ talking and NFL logo in da top right corner
00.00.35 News Anchor With Miles Garret going number one and the number one quarter back DaShawn Watson being drafted number 12. It was a crazy year DJ talking and a picture of Miles Garret in the corner
00.00.40 News Anchor Now to our Field Reporter Ian Smith Transition
00.00.50 Field Reporter Today I have a special guest with me, Duane Jackson. What are your thoughts on the draft? (Duane shares thoughts) Park
00.01.00 Field Reporter Back to you Mr. Mitchell Transition
00.01.15

 

News Anchor Many names slipped late in the draft even as projected top ten picks NFL logo
00.01.20 News Anchor Many names slipped late in the draft even as projected top ten picks. Picture of Patrick mahomes while I’m talking
00.01.30 News Anchor Even the National championship winner, DaShawn Watson slipped to number 12 unexpectedly. Picture of DaShawn Watson while news anchor is talking.
00.01.40 Field Reporter Mr. Watson even after being called the best player in the draft still went 12 to the Houston Texans Felid reporter talking
00.01.50 News Anchor Thanks for tuning in for todays news have a great day Closing out
00.02.00 News Anchor Done talking Closing slide
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