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TV30 needs student sportscasters

High school sophomore-senior-level volunteers eligible

Are you an aspiring TV broadcast reporter? Here is a way to gain some on camera experience.

TV30 is looking for several high school students in Pleasanton, Dublin and Livermore to report sports-related stories from Tri-Valley high schools as needed throughout the year.

These are volunteer positions for students currently in sophomore through senior grades. The segments will be produced by Tri-Valley Community Television and air on TV30.

"The student reporter will work with a TV30 producer and our crew," said Melissa Tench-Stevens executive director at Tri-Valley Community Television. "We are excited to offer this opportunity to students and look forward to seeing them on TV30 in this capacity."

How to apply: Visit the Tri-Valley TV website at www.tv30.org and click on the High School Reporter icon. Fill out the form, tell TV30 why you think you would be a good reporter for your school, attach a photo and hit submit. Selected candidates from Amador Valley, Dublin, Foothill, Granada, Livermore and Valley Christian high school will be contacted by TV30.

The deadline to apply for this first round of reporter openings is midnight Sunday, Oct. 4.

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