We provide citizens who live, work or attend school in Concord or Carlisle with the skills and equipment necessary to produce their own local cable television programs. In fact, CCTV is a volunteer driven production facility and we run on the strength of those volunteers. We regularly seek residents to help with our coverage of public meetings, sports events, school concerts, special events, and much more.
You, too can learn how to create your own TV program or multimedia projects for the web - and we'll help you every step of the way. We have brand new field equipment, such as 4K cameras and Manfrotto tripods. Our HD studio boasts Hitachi Z-HD5000 cameras with a digital fiber transmission system and a Tricaster switcher, which allows us to create virtual 3D sets. If you have an idea for a new show, would like to get your message heard, or would like to be involved in your community television station, contact Tamarah Green either at 978-369-5038 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org. Equipment and training is provided free of charge once you become a member.
CCTV also offers internships for high school and college students, helping them learn or refine valuable production skills and gain experience working in a professional media center.
- submit non-commercial programming for cablecast.
- become certified to operate various equipment and facilities at CCTV.
- once certified, check out production equipment, reserve studio time and book time on the edit stations.
- take advantage of all other privileges as provided in our Policies and Procedures and our By-Laws.
All citizens of Concord and Carlisle are encouraged to produce programs that present their point of view, express their creativity, and inform their neighbors.