ABOUT LAMBERT AM
LAMBERT AM is Lambert High School’s weekly morning web series and is currently in production for its second season in the spring of 2019. Anchored by Jake Rising and Ally Hall, Lambert AM includes news, sports with Nathan Peterson on The Mix, interviews, exclusive reporting, club news, featured segments, and student digital shorts produced by Criteck Entertainment. The Friday program airs on the Lambert AM YouTube channel.
WHERE WE'RE GOING
We value the Lambert community entirely.
We develop an educational track for students to learn broadcast journalism, film, multimedia, business management, production skills, administrative and related skills.
Encourage the free exchange of information, resources, culture, and wisdom to the Lambert community.
To be the high school morning show trailblazer, setting the new standard for excellence.
We approach our work with passion and commitment to collaboratively create reliable content that is professional, innovative, creative, and fun.
THE MORNING FEED
ALWAYS TAKING THE LEAD
MORE SPORTS, MORE OFTEN
Creator and Executive Producer
The ageless and timeless Marc Schneider brings a level of unparalleled passion and excitement to everything he does. A former industry professional with Turner Broadcasting at CNN, Coach Schneider is experienced in producing award-winning high school video programs acknowledged nationally by The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences, mentoring the productions of student films garnering international film festival exposure, and implementing a real-world curriculum in the classroom. Coach Schneider's students have achieved state and national success in Digital Cinema Production with Skills USA, winning three consecutive Georgia state championships (2014, 2015, 2016) and a 2016 National Championship. There are amazing stories on the horizon in Longhorn Country. Coach Schneider’s goal is to unite the Lambert community through Longshot Productions, while fueling a superior film and video production program at Lambert High School.
Sr. Producer/Minister of Defense
My name is Lane Cochran. I don't know who you are. I don't know what you want. If you are looking for ransom, I can tell you I don't have money, but what I do have are a very particular set of skills. Skills I have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make me a nightmare for people like you. If you watch Lambert AM, that'll be the end of it. I will not look for you, I will not pursue you, but if you don't, I will look for you, I will find you and you will watch Lambert AM.
Ally HallAnchorHey!! I play varsity volleyball and I am apart of class cabinet here at Lambert. I also enjoy reading and writing music as well as anchoring on Lambert AM! Let’s get it. #HookEmAndCookEm 🤘🏻🤘🏻
Programming & Strategic Planning
Hi my name is Ellis Henderson, and I am a senior at Lambert. I am an a Senior Producer and programming consultant for Lambert AM, so I help to make sure that everything goes according to plan on the show. This opportunity to be involved in the audio and video field has been an amazing experience and am glad it’s something that I have gotten to take part in. I am going to be a freshman at Georgia College and State this coming fall but will never forget the Lambert AM family!
I'm Ben Keyes. There's a lotta things about me you don't know anything about. Things you wouldn't understand. Things you couldn't understand. Things you shouldn't understand.
Programming & Strategic Planning
Hi! My name is Sydney Kuester and I am a senior at Lambert High School. I am a Senior Producer and programming consultant with Lambert AM. I help the directors with concepts for the show and work to make sure all content is solid for each week. Also, I am a third year student in the marketing career tech department, which gives me a valued creative lens. The audio-video department at Lambert has truly given me an insight into the world of being a producer and a videographer, which is something that I have always I have admired. Getting to help with the morning show and interact with the student body has been an awesome experience. I will be a freshmen of the University of Kentucky in the fall and will always cherish my times with Lambert AM as well as the great year it has given me! HOOK EM' HORNS FOREVER!
Hi! My name is Sean McInnis. Lambert AM is a part of this complete breakfast!
Sr. Sports and Entertainment Producer
My name is Nathan Peterson, and I am a senior at Lambert High School. I am the anchor for the sports segment of the show called The Mix, and I am also a content producer. I was in the marketing pathway for three years, which is how I got introduced into the show. It is awesome everyday to wake up and get my creative juices flowing with funny ideas for the show. I love bringing new guests on to the show to sit down for an interview and love the new connections I have made with faces throughout the school. The Video and Film pathway has opened up new doors for me, and I encourage anyone who is interested in joining to do it. Next Fall I will be a student at Auburn University and will always cherish my time with Lambert AM.
Hey:) I’m Jake Rising. 18 years young. Some of my interests include reading prompters and keeping my peers up to date with all the news around school. Just looking for someone who I can laugh and watch Lambert AM with.
SEASON 2 (SPRING 2019)
SEASON 1 (FALL 2018, 11 Episodes)
AROUND THE HORN
The information contained in this section is provided by The Georgia Department of Economic Development and is provided for educational and informational purposes only. All articles and videos - Copyright Georgia Department of Economic Development
GEORGIA- Georgia-lensed feature film and television productions generated a total economic impact of $9.5 billion during FY 2018. The record 455 film and television productions shot in Georgia represent $2.7 billion in direct spending in the state.
According to the Motion Picture Association of America, the motion picture and television industry is responsible for more than 92,100 jobs and nearly $4.6 billion in total wages in Georgia, including indirect jobs and wages. Since 2010, more than 300 new businesses have relocated or expanded in Georgia to support the industry.
Since the Georgia Entertainment Industry Investment Act was signed into law in 2008, Georgia has become the nation’s most popular site for on-location filming. Direct spending by the film industry has increased from $93 million in 2007, the year before HB 1100 was revised, to $2.7 billion in FY 18.
In addition to the increase in production expenditures, Georgia has attracted major investments from studio and stage facilities. Georgia is now home to more than 1.1 million square feet of purpose-built soundstage space and over 1.2 million square feet of retrofitted soundstage space, up from 40,000 square feet of purpose-built soundstages available before 2010.