SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - As we continue to work through the pandemic, a couple of Carmel Valley kids are working to spread “some good news” for San Diegans. Brothers Zach and Asher Swazey are putting together their own newscasts.
Its called “SGN San Diego.” The newscast is filled with good news.
“You want to have something that will affect people in a positive way,” says 13-year-old Zach.
The brothers are now working on episode two. They say it was a lot of work putting everything together.
“It took us 2-3 weeks,” says ten-year-old Asher. “We went through multiple stages of editing. It took a little of time to make the script and film.”
The boys say they were inspired to start SGN San Diego after watching actor and filmmaker John Krasinski on Youtube.
The boys say their video is getting more views, but their headline is to make people feel good.
“When you’re making a YouTube channel, it’s not about how many likes you get or how many subscribers, it’s how it affects people.”
The brothers say their parents are also a big help. If you have any ideas for the boys to put in the newscast, you can send suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.