Photo of High School Arts Academy Students Visiting Dolby's San Francisco Headquarters Available on Business Wire's Website and the Associated Press Photo Network

On Thursday, March 3, Dolby hosted about 60 high school juniors from the Arts, Media & Entertainment Academy at Philip & Sala Burton Academic High School, part of the San Francisco Unified School District. The students pitched their ideas for video projects to video production experts on the Dolby staff. They also toured some of the more than 100 labs and three dozen art installations in Dolby's San Francisco headquarters and heard career development tips from Dolby employees. From left to right, Jennifer Bowcock, Dolby VP of Communications; teacher Doug Singer; students Uilisone Tagaloa, Donna Fonoti, Zabrina Bustos, Lennevoir Dumdumaya, Lamar Chappelle; Simone Price, Dolby senior community relations specialist. (Photo: Business Wire)

--()--A photo is available on Business Wire's website and the Associated Press photo network of Philip & Sala Burton Academic High School juniors touring Dolby's San Francisco Headquarters. About 60 students pitched their ideas for video projects to video production experts on the Dolby staff, toured some of the more than 100 labs and three dozen art installations, and heard career development tips from Dolby employees.

Contacts

Dolby Laboratories
Jaimie Park, 415-770-9137
jkpark@dolby.com

Release Summary

Dolby hosted about 60 high school juniors from the Arts, Media & Entertainment Academy at Philip & Sala Burton Academic High School of SFUSD. Students pitched their video projects and toured Dolby HQ.

Contacts

Dolby Laboratories
Jaimie Park, 415-770-9137
jkpark@dolby.com