Within the app, you can directly upload videos to WTV Drop, a cloud-based dropbox. Your videos could be featured in an upcoming episode! The app contains a range of exciting social features: just sign in with your preferred social network and you can comment, like and post on the Fan Wall. If you use the app frequently, get rewarded with badges using the inbuilt rewards system. You can also use the Fan Wall to see what other users are talking about. Check out the News tab to view @WTVofficial and @Wellymag Twitter feeds.
Wellington Television (WTV) is Wellington College's official student-run TV station which produces episode-based content every few weeks, as well as one-off short films. WTV episodes have been viewed in over 150 countries. In the past, WTV provided daily coverage of the 2011 Round Square International Conference. Episodes featured exclusive interviews with Colin Jackson, Karen Darke, HM King Constantine and Jasmine Whitbread. We produced a fifty-minute documentary on the College's 'The Great Wellington Callover' event at the Royal Albert Hall. We also provided coverage of the 2012 Sunday Times Festival of Education, featuring exclusive interviews with AC Grayling, Ben Goldacre and Alexander Armstrong.
During 2012-13 WTV filmed Wellington's '707 Remembrance Event' which was featured on BBC News. We also produced the music video for Jimmy Higham's charity single 'Isn't She Lovely' which reached no.10 on the iTunes download chart. The music video reached no.2 on the iTunes music video chart and was featured on ITV News. Recently we provided exciting coverage of the House Singing Competitions in 2013 and 2014. We also created a James Bond parody featuring Wellington Headmaster Anthony Seldon, which was featured in Private Eye Magazine.