ABOUT LAMBERT AM
LAMBERT AM is Lambert High School’s weekly morning web series and returns for its third season in August of 2019. Anchored by Ally Hall and Garrett Hollenbeck, Lambert AM includes news, sports with Carlee Talty 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.
Creator and Executive Producer
Coach Schneider is in his third year at Lambert and thirteenth year teaching. Coach Schneider brings a level of unparalleled passion and excitement to everything he does. A former industry professional with Turner Broadcasting at CNN, 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 is excited to share his knowledge of television and film production with the enthusiastic students of Lambert. His teaching style is built on personalizing each learning experience with an intense project management methodology. This blazes the trail for a fun, engaging, and unpredictable learning environment where student outcome goals are simple- be pleased with your work and let it speak for itself.
Eight media production brands have been launched through Longshot Productions since 2018 as a major transformation of the Lambert AVTF pathway. Longshot Productions not only provides the Lambert community with a source for credible content, but also provides countless media platforms for student work and growth. With various content marketing platforms, students have options to produce material that best suits their strengths and style.
Students in Coach Schneider’s classes exist at the crossroads of real people, real incidents, passion, and differentiation- the monumental four corners of his uniquely engaging learning environment. There are amazing stories on the horizon in Longhorn Country. Coach Schneider’s goal is to unite the people, the pictures, and the pace of the Lambert community through Longshot Productions, while fueling a superior film and video production program at Lambert High School.
AROUND THE HORN
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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.