Husky News Network A Lot of Fun for Everyone!

The Husky News Network, also known as HNN, is a daily five-minute television program produced live weekday mornings by Mt. Hope High School students. HNN is currently run by the Broadcasting class under the advisory of Brian Latessa. The show was first broadcast in 2004 when it was conceived by former Junior, Evan Patton.

Initially, the show was operated using just a single camera in the then AV Room. In the summer of 2008 it began operating with three cameras, as well as full HNN specials throughout the year. A short-lived HNN Headline News show in 2009 consisted of news presented in a different light as well as student work demonstrated 24 hours a day 7 days a week. In late 2009, HNN moved its studios to a bigger space located on the first floor of Mt. Hope High School, in a space once occupied by the School Store. The new location consist of one half of the room is HNN, and the other half is the Husky Hut. Typical segments on the five-minute program include school news announcements, sports, and reports on school events by a pair of anchor news reporters.

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