The SHMU Youth Media Team interviewed Denise Reid, the youth media manager about her role at SHMU. Over the past few week SHMU has hosted several young people from our target communities to come along and do media tasters in film, music, journalism and radio.
This Halloween our new youth media recruits have been studying the spooky holiday.
The History of Halloween
Today's Halloween customs are thought to have been influenced by folk customs and beliefs from the Celtic-speaking countries, some of which have pagan roots, and others which may be rooted in Celtic Christianity.
SHMU Youth Media Taster sessions will be taking place at shmu between 20th-24th October where young people of academy age will get the opportunity to try radio presenting, film making, music production and magazine production/journalism.
shmuFM’s Youth Radio Project have held a live debate focusing on the Scottish Independence Referendum. On Saturday the 13th of September members of the Youth Radio Project interviewed Councillors David Cameron and Barney Crockett to discuss the key aspects of the Scottish Independence Referendum.
The Youth Media Project from Station House Media Unit (shmu) has gained a funding boost of almost £50,000 from the Big Lottery young start fund. The project, due to begin in late July will provide creative opportunities for young people aged 12-19 to learn about all aspects of the production of regular live radio and TV broadcasts.
Our staff members and Youth Media Team (YMT) members went to the Tillydrone Gala on the 16th of August 2014. Everyone had great time there were different stalls that sold fruit, cakes, ice-cream, jewellery etc.
On the 2nd of August 2014, our Youth Media Team went to see APA Theatre and American Conservative Theatre preform at the Lemon Tree.
The first half of the show was about Hansel and Gretel played by APA Youth Theatre (Scotland) , which was about two young children living with their poor parents. The parents leave them and off they walk off.