Want to give your group an interesting behind-the-scenes look at television and media production? Bring your classroom, 4-H club, homeschool group, or scout troop to our Plattsburgh, NY station for a Field Trip!
Learners of all ages from the Adirondacks, Champlain Valley, and Montréal can take a guided tour of the Mountain Lake PBS studio, meet and greet with staff members, and engage in a variety of hands-on experiences.
Tours run between 30 minutes to 1 hour long. Ample parking is available in the station lot.
What Does a Field Trip Include?
- Take a guided tour of the production studio.
Learn about what we do in the studio, from filming interviews, debates and fundraising specials, to the types of equipment you’ll find there.
- After the tour is time for hands-on fun!
Try out the cameras, microphones, and other studio equipment. Practice anchoring your own show or direct the shots from the control room.
- Join a sit-down Q&A session with a member of our Production Team.
Learn about what it’s like to be a producer, editor, or on-air host.
Mountain Lake PBS is committed to inspiring, engaging, and enriching our community through education, creativity, and inclusivity. Station field trips are a valuable opportunity for local schools and community organizations to partner with public media, highlighting the power of local journalism, while showcasing career pathways in television, broadcasting and media.
For additional inquiries, contact MLPBS Education staff:
Logan Brody, Education Coordinator
Jennifer Kowalczyk, Director of Engagement & Marketing