LITTLE FALLS, NJ - Passaic Valley Regional High School students took their regular morning announcements live starting today, Dec. 1.

At 8:04 am. broadcasting students will report the news of the day directly from school's studio, which has been reconstructed by the students and broadcasting teacher Randall Rossilli.

The morning announcement videos will now be uploaded to YouTube and on the PVTV website page at / by the end of fourth period each day (11:15 a.m.).

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"PVTV is fast returning to the high standards set when the program began years ago," PVHS Superintendent Dr. Jo Ann Cardillo posted on the school's Facebook page. "Students are participating in daily hands-on learning experiences, they are learning best practices in today's television production industry. These reflect the careers that our students are sure to seek in their future endeavors."

PVTV is Passaic Valley High School's in house television production and broadcast entity. Managed by Rossilli and  Stephanie Roberts, PVTV is working ro expand its reach and student access to the latest in industry-standard broadcasting and reporting equipment and techniques.  


During the 2017-2018 school year, PVTV will be branching out to its own network site with the 2018 launch of, which will house many of the shows that will be produced as part of the integrated, interdisciplinary curriculum at PVHS. These shows include Coaches Corner, Valley Views, Behind the Scenes of PVArts, and PVZ (The Passaic Valley Zone), in addition to the daily morning program that is shown on this site.


In addition to maintaining channels 77 (Cablevision) and 22 (Verizon) will be an on-demand clearinghouse for PVHS's theater, arts, and select athletic events.