About The VBC
The VBC, or Viking Broadcast Company, is a production of the Advanced Broadcasting Classes at Homewood-Flossmoor High School. Our program features a student-run television station and a student-run radio station as part of its curriculum. The radio, which can be heard at 88.5FM reaches the entire community, while the TV can be seen on our website or Youtube channel. (hfvikingTV)
VTV & Film win 10 Awards at State!
The Media classes at HF combined to win 10 Awards at the MMEA State Video Festival, including 4 first-place awards- the most of any school in the contest.
Check out all the winners!
Comedic Narrative- 1st Place- Getting A Job by Jason Ward
Documentary- 2nd Place- Homewood Baseball by Jason Ward
Documentary- 5th Place- Black in America by Tori Wright
Dramatic Narrative- 3rd Place- The Gift of the Stars by Adam Freeman
Dramatic Narrative- 5th Place- Sleepless Night by Ben Turnquest
Live Event Sports Coverage- 2nd Place- Gymnastics vs. Andrew by Jackie Klupchak & Joe Sullivan
Live Event Sports Coverage- 1st Place- Basketball vs. Lockport by Olivia Sowacke & Gianna Smith & Jotham Israel
Movie Trailer- 1st Place- Finding Innocence by Ben Turnquest and Eliana D'Astici
Movie Trailer- 2nd Place- The Most Devine by Joe Sullivan, Chloe Castady and Adam Freeman
Music Video- 1st Place- Lovely by Layla LaNier
GRAD CEREMONIES TO AIR
The Class of 2021 will celebrate its Graduation Ceremony by conducting 3 different ceremonies outside on the football field. Each will include 33% of the graduating class and will allow each graduate to have 2 people attend the ceremony LIVE.
The ceremonies will be streamed LIVE by VTV starting at the times mentioned to the left.
A week after graduation, a video will be available that will feature all three ceremonies included in one video. Check back to this site for more details about its debut.
9am - Saturday, May 29, 2021
This is the first of three ceremonies that will stream on VTV. It begins at 9am and is broadcast LIVE.
12pm - Saturday, May 29, 2021
This is the second of three ceremonies that will stream on VTV. It begins at 12pm and is broadcast LIVE.
3pm - Saturday, May 29, 2021
This is the third of three ceremonies that will stream on VTV. It begins at 3pm and is broadcast LIVE.