CPTV Newscasts

CPTV Newscast 05/09/18


This week on CPTV: The CPHS Student Council hosts its annual dance marathon for Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago, the long-abandoned Crown Theatre has been purchased and is being revamped into a multi-purpose community auditorium, and the tennis team hosted Lowell at home Monday night.

CPTV Newscasts

CPTV Newscast 04/11/18


This week on CPTV: CPHS Spanish students immerse themselves in culture over spring break, Green Machine does their part to save the planet at CPHS, and Ben Land is on a search to find out how well you know our school community.

CPTV Newscasts

CPTV Newscast 05/03/17


This week on CPTV: The CPHS wind ensemble qualifies for state for the first time ever, the staff of CPTV brings home a number of Crystal Pillar awards courtesy of Chicago NATAS, and Stray Dogs are just days away from their final performance of the year.

CPTV Newscasts

CPTV Newscast 04/12/17


This week on CPTV: Tri Kappa sponsors CPHS Art Department’s annual art show, CP residents converge on the Lake County Fairgrounds for the Eggscellent run and walk, and the boys’ lacrosse team takes on Lane Tech at home.

CPTV Newscasts

CPTV Newscast 03/25/15

This week on CPTV: Students and staff reveal their spring break plans, Nick Sansone reviews the highly anticipated second movie in the Divergent series; Insurgent, and CPHS hosts the 2nd annual Sam Balicki tournament while Hannah Best competes at the gymnastics state finals.

CPTV Newscasts

CPTV Newscast 03/18/15

This week on CPTV: are we taking a stand or simply just lazy? Alexis Berdine talks with students and staff to gain insight on our culture’s current perspective of reciting the Pledge of Allegiance, the staff of CPTV wins big at the Indiana Association of School Broadcasters annual conference, the boys’ basketball team wins the early game on Saturday and the opportunity to play for the regional championship at night.

CPTV Newscasts

CPTV Newscast 04/30/14


In this episode of CPTV, Crown City Records & Management gears up for their annual Foodstock benefit concert, Nick Sansone breaks out of his usual movie critic role to review the new Off-Broadway play The Library, & the softball team opens the season 10 and 0.