Video Production

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A recently launched television program, A Touch of Class with Debbie Elliot, is being produced entirely by students at Delta Charter School's video media arts academy, under the direction of teacher John Lautenslager.

"It is a great pleasure to work with the students from Delta Charter School," said Elliott. "They are very knowledgeable and professional and I have truly enjoyed working with them."

Elliott's format is very comfortable, as her guests are seated in the home she shares with San Joaquin County Supervisor Bob Elliott and the topics vary by guests. Additionally, a live audience is present for the show that broadcasts on Comcast Community Access Channel 26.

"Partnering with Delta Charter School and their outstanding students has been both delightful and rewarding." said Elliott, who is involved with post-production alongside the Delta students at the school's studio.

Elliott's guests have included CA Assembly leader Kristen Olsen and Tracy City Council members Mary Mitrakous, Veronica Vargas, and Robert Rickman.

Future scheduled guests include U.S. Congressman Jeff Denham, San Joaquin County District Attorney Tori Verber-Salazar, River Island's project manager Susan Del'Osso, Tracy Police Chief Gary Hampton, Manteca Police Chief Nick Obligation, and Manteca Mayor Steve DeBrum.

The broadcasts are scheduled through summer.