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    Name: Richard Pope
    Grade: 9th -12th
    Subject: Television Production
    Classroom: 109AA
    Cell Phone: 205.578-2296
    • 7th year at Carver High School
    • Course Taught: Introduction to Television Production, Television Production, Photography/Editing and Studio Operations
    • The Purpose of this course is to offer hands on classwork for students choosing the TV production pathway in Career Tech should they choose not to attend college. The Student will have the opportunity to work in an actual TV Studio on campus. He/She will learn how to operate e studio cameras as well as field cameras, how to direct a production, script writing, present a finished product both behind and in front of a camera, generate stories, videos and other aspects for a possible career in the Television Production industry
    • 1983 Graduate of Bay School High School, Panama City, Florida
    • High school years, two sport player in Football and Baseball, Sport Editor for year book staff, School Hall of Fame
    • Played (outfield) 2 years at Gulf Coast Community College, Panama City, Florida
    • Played (outfield) 2 years at Troy University, Troy Alabama ‘85-‘87
    • Member of the ’86 & ’87 Troy State Trojans Division II National Championship Teams
    • Graduated from Troy University with a degree in Broadcast Journalism with a minor in Speech Communication and Criminal Justice (1988)
    • Ten year experience as a Sports Reporter/Anchor in Florida, Mississippi and Alabama (WVTM- Ch. 13 in Birmingham)
    • Two year experience as a Public Information Director at Miles College
    • 13 year experience in Marketing and Sales with Birmingham United Coca-Cola Bottling Company and Southeast 7UP Bottling Company
    • Video Director at Sixth Avenue Baptist Church, Birmingham, Alabama
    • Married to Tanna Pope (Graduate of Troy University ’87)
    • One son Jordyn Pope (Student at Troy University)
    • Head Baseball Coach with the Carver Rams
    • Advisory with Carver HS Heritage Panel
    • Advisory for the SkillsUSA