ChargerVision is Heritage Hall's student live broadcasting program. Over the course of each school year, our students will stream and archive over 40 varsity sports events, select guest speakers, National Signing Day ceremonies, and Heritage Hall commencement. We strive to produce ESPN-like athletic broadcasts featuring multiple camera angles, on-screen graphics, instant replay, sideline reporting, commercials, and more. ChargerVision students are innovative, always seeking new equipment or ways to enhance the ChargerVision experience for themselves and our viewers.
By becoming a member of the crew, students gain valuable hands-on experience in all facets of media broadcasting and modern journalism including scripting, production, filming, on-air performance, pre- and post-editing, lighting, special effects, social media, and much more. The ChargerVision program allows Heritage Hall students to explore what the field of journalism has to offer – and prepares them to become leaders in the field by giving them a head start on college and a potential career.
Our program is almost completely funded by our great sponsors. Be sure to check out the "sponsors" tab above – visit our current sponsors and find out how you can make a difference in the life of a ChargerVision crew member!
You won't find a student broadcast crew as talented or dedicated than the "Stream Team" at Heritage Hall. In order of broadcast events completed, here are the students who have helped deliver (more than one) live and on-demand video to you this season...
The primary facilitator of ChargerVision since its inception in 2011, Mr. Steelman is a lifelong sports fanatic. As a Heritage Hall "Lifer" student, he has spent more than half his life spreading Charger Pride.
Mr. Gillmore joined the ChargerVision staff in 2017, bringing immense A/V technical knowledge and experience from his primary job on campus as the Technical Theatre Director.
As a senior producer on the 2013-14 crew, Mr. Brown catapulted ChargerVision from a small club to Oklahoma's top student broadcast program – and he continues to make a huge impact as an alumni.