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Pittsburgh King 2016: Audio Message Exchange – Episode #2

May 10, 2016 – 2:04 pm | 919 views
IMG_2720 Students at both Pittsburgh King and Clairton Middle School continued to send each other audio messages these past two weeks, asking about their school cafeteria food, school basketball teams, and what is the best place in their neighborhood?

Pittsburgh King 2016: Blackman V Dr. Truth – Dawn of the Odd Squad

April 26, 2016 – 10:36 am | 957 views
IMG_2746 Middle schoolers at Pittsburgh King revisited the radio studio, this time writing character biographies for their very own super hero alter-egos (names, powers, weaknesses). The students then told the story of their dramatic origins, as well as that of their arch-villain's!

Pittsburgh King 2016: The Maltese Falcon

March 29, 2016 – 11:34 am | 1,095 views
IMG_2692 Middle school students from Pittsburgh King returned to the Saturday Light Brigade radio studio to record the hair-raising opening from the film noir classic, "The Maltese Falcon."

Pittsburgh King 2016: The Nathan & Rydell Show! – Football

March 8, 2016 – 11:37 am | 1,437 views
IMG_2654 Tune in to the inaugural episode of the Nathan & Rydell Show! They're two 8th graders at Pittsburgh King with a tremendous passion for all things sport. On this week's show they discuss some of the best players from this past football season, predict next season's AFC/NFC Champions, and breakdown Peyton Manning's retirement and his place in NFL history.

Pittsburgh King 2016: Radio Plays 101 – Escape! “The Abominable Snowman” Episode #1

February 23, 2016 – 12:15 pm | 875 views
IMG_2553 Students at Pittsburgh King performed the first third of an "Escape!" radio drama, "The Abominable Snowman!"

Pittsburgh King 2016: “Three Things About Me”

February 2, 2016 – 1:52 pm | 761 views
IMG_2311 For our first day of After School with Radio Club, we learned a bit about each other by sharing Three Things about ourselves.

Pittsburgh King After School 2015-16: Three Things About Me

October 6, 2015 – 11:49 am | 975 views
On our first day of Radio Club, students at Pittsburgh King were asked: "How would others describe you?"

Pittsburgh King After School: My Neighborhood & Mayor of Pgh

November 20, 2014 – 2:45 pm | 1,165 views
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After School Radio Club students at Pittsburgh King wrote and recorded pieces about their neighborhoods. After everyone shared their writing, each student got a turn operating the recording device and producing while we had more of a round table discussion …

Pittsburgh King After School: Thankfulness & Holiday Traditions

November 13, 2014 – 3:50 pm | 1,191 views
IMG_5831 After School students from the Pittsburgh King came to the SLB studios in the North Side. There, students wrote and recorded what they're thankful for, and some of their family traditions around the holiday season. They were also introduced to editing software we will be using later in the school year.