Meet Kevin!


IDTV 2014

Meet Kevin Cabuhat, born in San Diego and raised in Malaysia. Kevin’s parents work for the American Embassy which explains a bit of his international flavor, but don’t ask him if they’re spies-he’ll never tell.

Kevin’s himself has been living in San Francisco for the last 3 years and attending classes at City College for the last 2 years. His love of food is what got him in involved in TV initially and he now he sees himself shooting and editing. “Indian, specifically vegetarian, is my favorite", he says. When he’s not eating out, he’s cooking at home.

This is Kevin’s last semester at City College having been accepted into San Francisco State University – nice work! Once at SF State he plans to check out the film department in the hopes of sparking his creative side in the shooting process. He credits CCSF teacher Michelle Sieglitz for getting him on the right…

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IDTV 2012 Show #2 Now Available On YouTube!


NOTE TO EVERYONE: The problem on a portion of the video clips has been fixed.

It’s super super awesome news that the Show #2 of IDTV 2012 is now on YouTube. I don’t want to say a lot here, but I can definitely say it was a successful and fantastic work for everyone at IDTV. So folks, please sit back and enjoy the show!

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IDTV 2012 Show#2 Playlist http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAADA6C1C78DA88F8

Meet Matias!


IDTV 2014

Meet Matias Godinez, a bilingual, broadcasting dynamo! In a one-year span this San Franciscan native worked with high school, college and professional football teams in a myriad of roles. First he was the color commentator for De LaSalle football (a nationally recognized high school juggernaut), then he did sideline reporting for UC Davis football and, to boot, he’s also a color commentator/half-time analyst/engineer (that’s a lot of slashes!) for the San Francisco 49ers. The 49ers has been his current gig of 3 years for Spanish radio…¡Ay Caramba!

Matias knows he’s in a good place for a couple of reasons: professional football is growing in the spanish-speaking segment of the US and the world with the 49ers a much better team now than even a couple of years ago. Matias feels pretty good about his current and future prospects, “People want to listen to the games in Spanish and can now do so online throughout the world."

When he’s…

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IDTV 2012 Show #2 Now Available On YouTube!


NOTE TO EVERYONE: I’m not sure if anyone of you is experiencing the same issue with me here. When I tried to play the part 1 video clip, it just showed something like this: It seems like there’re some copyrighted materials on that video clip that certain countries are not allowed to show it. Let me know if you have the problem please.

It’s super super awesome news that the Show #2 of IDTV 2012 is now on YouTube. I don’t want to say a lot here, but I can definitely say it was a successful and fantastic work for everyone at IDTV. So folks, please sit back and enjoy the show!

IDTV 2012 Show#2 Playlist http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLAADA6C1C78DA88F8

Meet Gleidson!


IDTV 2014

4 1/2 years ago, Gleidson Martins came all the way from Brazil to San Francisco so he could learn English. Having succeeded in his endeavor, I asked him if he’ll remember SF as a positive place when he returns to Brazil. To this he simply said, “Um, I’m staying."

This is Gleidson’s second semester at City College where he arrived  from a reporting and journalism background.He wanted to update his skill set by figuring out how television production worked. “I’m trying to get back to the news environment" he says. He’s currently focusing on producing of stories that truly matter to their audience.

Exposure to how all the parts behind the scenes work together has been the most gratifying part of Gleidson’s City College tenure where he sees taking a writing class next semester as a way for to compliment his newfound love of production.

When he’s not at school you…

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