*A press release from JSerra Catholic High School
Paul Higgins, Founder and President of Athletes In Motion, travels to Shanghai, China, to host the KIA World Extreme Games for Fox Sports.
This is Higgins’ seventh consecutive year hosting the Games in Shanghai, in previous years Higgins worked with ESPN on the same event.
“It’s an honor to host the Games, and is an event I always look forward to,” said Higgins.
The Games have developed over the past few years with a growing acceptance of action sports in China.
“In the first few years, the people in China didn’t seem to know what to think about having athletes on skateboards, bikes, and motorcycles flying through the air,” said Higgins. “But now they have embraced it and now they host the largest skateboard park in the world.”
The opportunity brings more to Higgins than consecutively hosting the games. “What this really provides me is an opportunity to share my real-world working experience with my broadcast students at JSerra,” said Higgins. “This is exactly what the Artist In Residence Program is all about.” As part of the Artist In Residence Program at JSerra, Higgins teaches broadcast journalism to the students of the college preparatory school. In its inaugural year, the program has boasted numerous editions of The Lion Report and generated interest within the local community.
The annual KIA World Extreme Games will take place June 10-12 in Shanghai, China, and will be broadcast on Channel 11.
The latest edition of The Lion Report is now airing with a special segment on JSerra Generations, and the election. Be sure to check in and check often for more from the students in the all new broadcast journalism class, taught by AIM Sports founder Paul Higgins.
To view the complete show click Lion Report.
Join JSerra’s first sports broadcasting camp held by Paul Higgins, founder of Atheltes In Motion Television (AIM Sports).
Since inception in 1986, Higgins has produced and hosted thousands of hours of sports television programming content for networks like ESPN, ABC, FOX, and The Outdoor Channel. Higgins Pioneered local sports coverage in Orange County and is known for producing positive, safe, and quality sports television for the whole family.
This summer JSerra is offering a sports broadcasting camp, where students will have the opportunity to learn how to do play-by-play announcing, color analyst, field and sideline reporting, studio interviews, and more.
The camp runs from July 9-13, with the option of a morning session from 9 a.m. to noon or an afternoon session from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. with each session for $250.
To register or for more information please contact Karen Testa at email@example.com.
JSerra senior, Juan Diego Temple is featured on Athletes In Motion Sports for his top 12 spot as a finalist for this years Rudy Award.
Temple talks about the hardship of losing someone close to him, finding community at JSerra and how he plans to make football the stepping stone to his success.
To watch the full video click J.D. Temple.