The US-Russia Youth TV Bridge (YTVB) is SEE’s youth media flagship project. YTVB is an international platform for increasing cooperation between US and Russian high school students through collaborative video production. Competitively selected high school students engage in virtual collaboration to produce and co-host broadcast-style video programming on a range of social topics relevant for Russia and the US. Through virtual production of content on such topics, YTVB is helping bridge the cultures and people of the US and Russia, while also creating a more inclusive and diverse space in online media. SEE has been implementing YTVB since 2016 and has recently launched its fourth season that runs from September 2019 until June 2020.
Youth TV Bridge is back for its fourth season!
The current season of SEE’s Youth TV Bridge is bringing together the students from Fayetteville High School, Arkansas and First City School TV, Izhevsk, Russia.
Season 4 anchors of the US-Russia Youth TV Bridge
From the Ozarks to the Ural Plains—Youth TV Bridge Brings US and Russian Teens Together
Watch our fourth episode of the season below!
In this episode, our young reporters show how communities across Russia and the US do their part to raise awareness about disability and inclusion in their education systems and beyond.
Want to be a part of YTVB?
Missed the last three seasons of Youth TV Bridge? Catch up on all the episodes from previous seasons on the SEE YouTube channel.