Behind The Scenes 53

From the Corps members on their Bayshore shoot.

The 2012 From the Corps crew gathered on Bayshore Boulevard to shoot this season's program open. Pictured here are (clockwise from top) Alexandra, Brock, Brianna, Jackie and Maddie.


With CTTV guidance, the Mayor's Youth Corps produces From the Corps, covering such important topics as teen violence, heat exhaustion and living with debilitating illnesses. Here CTTV Producer Frank Crum, shoots Mayor's Youth Corps members Nino and Helen atLorraine Genovar's Fish on Bayshore sculpture near the Platt Street Bridge.  

Mr. Crum shoots Nino and Helen on Bayshore

Zac captures Jack and the Mayor on their rounds.

Director Zac Atwood follows Mayor Buckhorn and Jack Harris as they ride aboard a refuse collection truck during the taping of The Mayor's Hour.  This episode focused on the City of Tampa Solid Waste Department. The two began the show by helping to keep the Seminole Heights neighborhood looking good by joining the hard working men and women of Solid Waste as they collect the neighborhood's trash.

Zac Atwood (far left) and Frank Crum (far right) shoot a The Mayor's Hour interview on the McKay Bay Transfer Station floor.  Jack and Mayor Buckhorn talk with Special Services Supervisor Reynold Underwood about the work done at the plant. Special Assistant to the Mayor Siobhan Harley uses her camera to capture the moment.  

The Mayor's Hour at the McKay Bay Transfer Station 

Zac mounts the Go-Cam

The Mayor's HourDirector Zac Atwood attaches a small camera to one of Middleton Magnet High School Robotic Team's robots during another episode of The Mayor's Hour.  This show focused on technological skills and how they are being developed in East Tampa. Mayor Buckhorn and Jack Harris visited Middleton to talk about the S.T.E.M. program and then stopped by Computer Mentors Group, an organization whose goal is to be the best in the region at bridging the digital divide.




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