Keeping Up With Panasonic
A new video, entitled "Face to Face," uses cinematography inspired by horror films to show how a teenager's online relationship with a stranger spirals into danger. It was written, produced and directed by students at Val Verde High School in Perris, CA, and won the 2015 Panasonic Kid Witness News “Best Video of the Year” for the U.S. The California student documentary is also a finalist in Panasonic’s Kid Witness News Global Awards contest to take place in August in Singapore. Panasonic is now accepting submissions for next year’s competition.
Delivering content in real time to nearly 400,000 fans attending the world's premier motorsport racing event featuring cars exceeding speeds of 200 miles-per-hour on a 2.5 mile oval track for 500 laps, can be challenging.
A recent report by the Congressional Joint Economic Committee estimates that about 14 percent of engineers in the workforce across the country are women.
A new $100 million financing program for small businesses and non-profits in Hawaii helps address climate change, and save money.
Panasonic Innovations Help Build New NJPAC World-Class Broadcast Center--Appeals to Top Shows and Supports Arts Education for Millions of Kids.