Cambridge Students Win C-SPAN Documentary Competition

The network and Comcast will visit Cambridge High School on Wednesday to honor the students who won the competition.

Credit: C-SPAN StudentCam
Credit: C-SPAN StudentCam
Comcast and C-SPAN will visit Cambridge High School on Wednesday to honor 12 local winners of C-SPAN’s StudentCam Documentary Competition.

StudentCam is the network's annual national video documentary competition "that encourages students to think critically about issues that affect our communities and our nation," according to its press release.

The network will be at the school at 4:30 p.m. May 14. 

This year, students were asked to create a short, five- to seven-minute video documentary answering the question, “What’s the most important issue the U.S. Congress should address in 2014?”

The students, along with their video documentaries, who will be honored are: 
  • Kerrigan McCabe and Ashley Dufour: Invisible 
In Milton, C-SPAN programming is carried on Comcast C-SPAN on channel 30, C-SPAN2 on channel 104, and C-SPAN3 on channel 125 as a public service, free of commercials or government funding.


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