Capital Area Career Center
Name: Paul LaMantia
In his program, students develop their skills through the operation of computers and state-of-the-art audio and video recording hardware. Students are able to practice in the Center’s digital audio and video studios to develop their media creation skills. Once these skills have been developed, students will qualify to operate WQNA 88.3 FM Radio On-Air, record music and audio, and produce video programs in the Career Center’s digital studios. Students will also manage websites and the Center’s social media sites through writing, photography and image creation.