GHS-TV Adds To Its Walls of Awards

     The Hamilton Eye Institute at the University of Tennessee held its 45th Annual Ophthalmology Alumni/Resident’s Day on Friday May 20th. At this event, GHS-TV Department Chair Allison Long was presented with the Hamilton Eye Institute’s Distinguished Service Award for the hard work of the student run news station. Over the past 18 months, GHS-TV students have worked with the Hamilton Eye Institute to tell their long and storied history with a unique access show called Mentors.

     As Mentors came to a close, the students of GHS-TV worked tirelessly to put the final touches on the show, which highlighted the legacy of The Hamilton Eye Institute. With the effort and the enthusiasm put forth by the students of GHS-TV, Chairman and Philip M. Lewis Professor of Ophthalmology, James Fleming; and Hamilton Professor of Ophthalmology, Barrett Haik awarded the news station with the Institutes very own service award. 

     Established in 1982, GHS-TV serves as the community television station for the city of Germantown. The station cablecasts 24 hours a day, seven days a week each month on Channel 19 and on ghstv.org. GHS-TV serves as a model facility that continues to produce original programming, inform citizens and educate young people interested in telecommunications careers. For more information on GHS-TV’s programming or to watch our live stream, visit ghstv.org. You also can follow the station on Facebook and Twitter.

     Allison Long is the executive producer for GHS-TV.  Leonid Mazor serves as the studio supervisor. Mallory Kenney is the senior producer. Mark Deal is the multimedia producer. Catherine Cohen is the business manager. Bobby Ramsay serves the station as broadcast engineer. The 2015-2016 General Managers are Connor Sackett and Hayley Walsh.