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Snowflake High School students enrolled in our broadcasting class have the unique opportunity of partnering with students in media class at Show Low High School. Together these students form the White Mountain Youth Media Production Crew and booster club.


Tune Us In

The White Mountain Youth Media Production Crew works hand-in-hand with professionals from our local television and radio stations to produce The Game of the Week in High School Sports radio and television programs. We invite high school team sports fans to tune in to iTalk Radio 106.7 to catch live radio broadcasts, or to re-live all the action, be sure to watch the video broadcasts on City 4 Television.


Become A Sponsor

We need your help! Would you like to be a sponsor and have your business or organization advertised during The Game of the Week program? To take advantage of this opportunity, please contact Mel West at City 4 Television in Show Low, Arizona. We donate all proceeds collected to the White Mountain Youth Media Production Booster Club for distribution to the broadcasting and media classes at Snowflake and Show Low high schools.

Check out what our students have to say about this program and how your support benefits our school and community.



Broadcast Studio Student Work Gallery

Navajo County Victims Rights Symposium Video Contest

Marissa Dontas was recently awarded first place in the Navajo County victims rights symposium video contest. Easton Shumway and Allie Hunt received third place. Congratulations, students!

Please enjoy our student created video providing a great wrap up of the Victim's Rights Symposium from Victim's Rights Week. 

Our students had an assignment to create a video titled Take Me Home. Here are some of the videos.

Sunrise Ski Resort

Petrified Forest

Nature

Snowflake Temple


Substance Abuse Task Force Contest

Thank you for your patience during this time while the Chandler/Gilbert substance abuse task force judged all of the submissions. 

The task force could not choose only one video so they chose a 1st place winner for the four regions of the state (north, west, south, and east). They also awarded chapters with outstanding participation because the videos were truly all great! 

Every school that is listed below will receive a plaque in recognition for their accomplishment! Each first place school will receive a $50 Visa gift card to use as they choose. The first place videos will air on Chandler local channel 11. They are in the process of determining the air date and will announce the date as soon as possible. They will also be sending the awards shortly.

Congratulations to the following winners:

  • Walden Grove High School - 1st Place Southern Arizona
  • Snowflake High School - 1st Place Northern Arizona
  • Perry High School - 1st Place East Valley Arizona
  • Estrella Foothills High School - 1st Place West Valley AZ
  • Paradise Valley High School - Outstanding Participation
  • San Tan Foothills High School - Outstanding Participation
  • Mesa High School - Outstanding Participation

Thank you for all of the support of the students! We hope to continue this partnership with the substance abuse task force and continue this PSA challenge in the future years!