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Dysart Launches Student Broadcast Network


Dysart Unified School District is now providing live stream broadcasts of school events free of charge to the community through Dysart Student Broadcasting Live (DSB Live). In its inaugural year, DSB Live is focused on providing students with hands-on, real-world experience in broadcasting, and allows the community to virtually participate in events. 

DSB Live is student-driven and student-produced. Students in grades 9-12 at Dysart’s four high schools (Dysart HS, Shadow Ridge HS, Valley Vista HS, and Willow Canyon HS) learn, develop and run every aspect of the show, including operating state-of-the-art cameras and TriCasters, creating commercials, being sound technicians, producers, graphic operators, on-field reporters, and color commentators during sports broadcasts. DSB Live’s network compliments the media pathways in Dysart’s Career and Technical Education (CTE) program, but is open to any student, regardless of if they are enrolled in CTE classes or not. Students interested in participating should contact their high school broadcasting instructor or email  

Currently, in light of restricted attendance numbers due to COVID-19 precautions, DSB Live is covering all home football and volleyball games this year for Dysart’s high schools. DSB Live will also cover other academic, arts and athletic events throughout the year. A full schedule of DSB Live events is available at 

The DSB Live program will be sustained through sponsorship and donations.  Currently, DSB Live is supported by an award from the City of Surprise Community Outreach Program, as well as through partnerships with Dysart Education Foundation and Huntington University. Sponsorship packages are available for purchase. For more information on sponsorship or donation opportunities, please contact Brian Yoder at 623-256-5062 or

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