KnightVision Goals


  • Provide students with the opportunity to explore the field of mass communications through television, film and journalism.
  • Provide students with an environment that mirrors the environment of a television station or newspaper company.
  • Provide students with technology that matches up-to-date technology in the working environment. This includes multi-camera live editing equipment, HD recording devices and top computers that offer a variety of video and photo editing software that is used in the industry.
  • Provide the community with a local source of entertainment and newsworthy information about Farmington R-VII and the surrounding community.
  • Constantly stay focused on the future by providing viewers access to view KnightVision with today's latest technology.

Meet the Instructor - Mr. Aaron Murray

  • High School: Graduated from Farmington High School in 2006
  • College: AA in Communications from Mineral Area College and a Bachelor's in Teaching from Southeast Missouri State University
  • Career: Mr. Murray started KnightVision in 2012 as a way to combine the mediums from Farmington High School (Black Knight Television and KnightLife Newspaper). While in high school, Mr. Murray was a part of both staffs and was also a lead editor and sports director during his senior year. Today he continues to push the program towards the future with a complete overhaul of the studio and both programs.
  • More:
    • Born: June 3rd, 1988
    • Married Whitney Hassell on May 19th, 2012
    • Currently has no children, but does have two dogs and a cat that he says is plenty for now
What is KnightVision?


KnightVision is a collaboration of mass media through Farmington Senior High School. This began in 2012 when Black Knight Television (TV Production I-VI Classes) and KnightLife Newspaper (Convergence Journalism I-IV classes) both became fully digital with their own sites. In the past two years, both sites have went through several changes that have led to media sites that are hard to match at the high school level across the state.

Students in any level of Television Production are constantly working on new videos and multimedia to give you a way to experience Farmington through videos online.

Students in any level of Convergence Journalism are also working daily to write stories that follow the newest information and news locally, nationally and globally. From sports, travel, entertainment and more, everyone is sure to find a story that gives them an interesting read. Even better, being online now means that you can do more than just read the newspaper! Now you can watch and listen to videos or audio that give additional information on the story.

Both classes continue to evolve along with the technology that both use. The main goal is to give the students a great opportunity to transition from school to the workplace while giving our viewers the most enjoyable experience possible. If parents or students have more questions about the program, please visit one of the tabs at the top of the page or view our Program Information Guide.

Thanks for viewing,

Aaron Lee Murray (KnightVision Instructor/Manager)