LOVELOCK STUDENTS NEED YOUR HELP!
WE TEACH SOFT SKILLS!
With your help, Channel 14 will be launching the Nevada Schools Television Network (NSTN), a student-operated television station serving all of northern Nevada. All video submissions and content will be created by students across the state. This opportunity will provide secondary educational opportunities and internships to high school graduates who, by financial or other barriers, are unable to enroll in traditional college programs.
Donations can also be mailed to:
PCHS Channel 14
PO Box 990
Lovelock, Nevada 89419
Please make checks out to PCHS Channel 14. Thank you!
18 Years and Counting
K14KQ, Channel 14 is a FCC licensed Low-Power Television Station (LPTV) owned by the Pershing County School District. Pershing County High School (PCHS) students operate this television station and provide original programming, news, and announcements to the community. PCHS students have been working for Channel 14 as part of the Video Productions Career and Technical Education (CTE) program since 2001. Channel 14 is funded in part by the Pershing County Television Advisory Board and by the generosity of many underwriters and supporters.
What is the NSTN? (in PDF)
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WE PREPARE STUDENTS FOR THE WORLD OF WORK!
For the past 18 years, Channel 14 has been committed to the educational enrichment of its students. An expanded program promises to: