DHS Media


DHS Media is the online home of Deerfield High School’s student television station DHS-TV and its sister organization, Deerprints newspaper.  Both programs operate autonomously but share an editorial vision under the DHS-TV Executive Producer and the Deerprints Editor-in-Chief.  Brett Schwartz teaches Film & TV Production where students produce content for DHS-TV News broadcasts and the DHS-TV Vimeo channel.  Brett Schwartz also sponsors Deerprints newspaper with Bettie Liberles.



As the single platform for video broadcasts at DHS, we strive to produce content that is both informative and entertaining to our high school community audience.  We carefully balance our programming to honor broadcast journalism and student news, but also take pride in showcasing the creative talents of our students working as filmmakers and video producers.



To provide the Deerfield High School community with the most relevant news content in a timely and professional manner.  Articles published in Deerprints are written and edited by the students of DHS, with the input of our faculty advisers Brett Schwartz and Bettie Liberles.  Student editors make all content decisions.  Deerprints is a designated public forum, and our Perspectives section publishes student and staff opinions in the forms of articles, letters to the editor and editorials.



The opinions expressed in Deerprints are those of the writer and may not necessarily reflect that of the Deerprints editorial board, staff members, DHS faculty and administration, or community.  Our Perspectives section is clearly branded as the principal opinion forum for Deerprints.  Editorials are written by the members of the Deerprints editorial board and are decided upon by majority vote.



Deerprints and DHS-TV reserve the right to monitor online commenting and ensure that trolling and comments that are inciteful or prejudicial in any way are not made public.



Request for corrections can be made by submitting comments directly to the published story.  We will gladly post these comments in order to enhance the integrity of our journalism and the overall site.



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