TV Broadcast Camp

In partnership with Center for Prevention at Blue Cross Blue Shield of Minnesota, ThreeSixty conducted a one-week TV Broadcast Camp during both the 2017 and 2018 summers. The theme is health equity, and the goal is to inspire more active participation in creating more equitable, healthier communities.

For 2018, media partners included the University of St. Thomas, Padilla, KARE 11, KSTP, WCCO TV, TPT and the University of Minnesota Hubbard School of Journalism.

Below are the 13 videos created by TV Broadcast Camp students the past two summers.


2018 TV Broadcast Camp

Livio Health Brings Back House Calls

By Isabel Saavedra-Weis
Anchored by Chioma Uwagwu
Coaching Team: KARE 11

The Sioux Chef Cooks up Indigenous Foods

Reported by Aaliyah Demry 
Anchored by Surina Arora
Coaching Team: WCCO-TV

Lower Sioux Reclaims Medicinal Tobacco

By Chioma Uwagwu
Anchored by Jessy Saybe
Coaching Team: Padilla

NorthPoint Health & Wellness Market Feeds North Minneapolis Families

Reported by Heaven Aschalew
Anchored by Autumn McKinney
Coaching Team: University of St. Thomas

This Free Life Promotes Prevention and Reduction of Tobacco Use in LGBTQ Community

Reported by Heidi Sanchez
Anchored by Aaliyah Demry
Coaching Team: Twin Cities Public Television

Northside Greenway Now Campaigns for Green Space

Reported by Jessy Saybe
Anchored by Heaven Aschalew
Coaching Team: University of Minnesota

Appetite For Change Supplies North Minneapolis with Healthy Foods

Reported by Surina Arora
Anchored by Isabel Saavedra-Weis
Coaching Team: University of St. Thomas

African Immigrant Services Helps Pass Equity Policies

Reported by Autumn McKinney
Anchored by Heidi Sanchez Avila
Coaching Team: KSTP-TV


2017 TV Broadcast Camp

Brightside Produce Look-Live

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

By Zekriah Chaudhry and Loveisajoy Pha

Zekriah Chaudry and Loveisajoy Pha take a look into how Brightside Produce at the University of St. Thomas is helping address food deserts in the community.


Gandhi Mahal Garden Look-Live

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

By Genesis Buckhalton and Kayla Song

Kayla Song and Genesis Buckhalton highlight a unique collaboration between a restaurant, a nonprofit and a local church ministry.


Menthol Tobacco Look-Live

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

By Talia Bradley and Erianna Jiles


Roots for the Home Team Look-Live

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

By Amari Graham and Samantha HoangLong


The Good Acre Look-Live

Tuesday, August 1, 2017

By Katelyn Vue and Zahra Mustafa