Broadcasting class makes holiday lib dub

by Angie Asam–Staff Writer

The Rogers City High School (RCHS) broadcasting class choreographed and performed the 2014 holiday lip dub last Thursday morning in the halls of RCHS and Rogers City Elementary School. The entire student body played a role in the production as everyone had places to be in to help it run smoothly.

The lip dub ended outside of the elementary school on the playground to the east side of the school with everyone huddled together saying “Merry Christmas” before fire trucks and police cars belted the sirens and horns.

The entire student body of Rogers City High School, middle school and elementary school gathered on the playground for the big finish to the broadcasting class holiday video. (Photo courtesy of Ben Witter)

Lip dub is a type of video that combines lip syncing and audio dubbing to make a music video. Basically, the camera filmed the broadcasting students walking the halls lip syncing and singing to “All I Want for Christmas” and “It’s The Most Wonderful Time of the Year.”

Audio of those songs was then dubbed over the sound that was recorded to make the production look and sound like a music video. As those performing the songs walked the halls the student body lined them.

Middle school students acted like elves in the shop classroom making toys, experiments went off as they entered the chemistry room, they walked from the high school to the elementary school, entering those hallways lined with elementary students and on out to the playground to end the production.

The lip dub can be viewed at (