AF-TV, Public Access Television in Framingham, MA
FRAMINGHAM, MA - Access Framingham invites Framingham residents to an Open House from 1:00-5:00pm on Saturday, November 10th, 2012. All are welcome!
Access Framingham is located at the rear of the Fuller Middle School, at 31 Flagg Drive in Framingham, MA.
As part of the festivities, attendees can record a free DVD with holiday wishes for family and friends, and/or record a holiday greeting from your family to be telecast on AF-TV’s cable channels and website.
Food, Fun, Live TV, and More!
Stop in to meet the on air personalities and producers who entertain and inform you on the dozens of shows produced at AF-TV: shows like ...[read more]
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AF-TV to offer daytime television production classes starting in January of 2012.
FRAMINGHAM, MA - Interested in learning about television production? Access Framingham has announced new daytime classes will be offered at the AF-TV Community Media Center beginning on January 18th, 2012.
The first daytime workshop will be a three session course in Basic Camcorder use, Access Framingham's popular entry-level course on how to shoot great video using the studio's professional-level camcorders. The camcorder workshop will take place on Wednesdays from 11:00am to 1:00pm, from January 18th through February 1st.
All Access Framingham workshops are included in the $30 annual membership fee.
"We have offered evening workshops for several years, and some folks have requested daytime availability," said Francesca Cerutti-Harris, AF-TV’s Assistant Director for ...[read more]
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FPAC-TV rebrands itself as ''Access Framingham'' and will use new logo (above) and new website address: www.accessfram.tv
FRAMINGHAM, MA - At Monday night's Annual Meeting of Framingham Public Access Corporation, FPAC members heard about the successes of the past year and challenges to come for Framingham's Community Media Center. Then the board and staff added a surprise announcement.
Beginning this week, FPAC will operate with a new name and logo, one that FPAC officials believe will reflect the organization's mission to engage, serve, and enrich the community by developing programming by and for the people of Framingham, providing educational opportunities, and facilitating the exchange of information through traditional and new media.
The new name for the five-year-old organization will be "Access Framingham".
Access Framingham will remain committed to the promise of ...[read more]
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Fuller Middle Students learning t.v. production in after-school club are finalists in county-wide Public Service Announcement contest.
Framingham, MA - Sixth and seventh graders from the Fuller Middle School who have participated in an after-school program at Framingham Public Access are among the finalists in Middlesex County District Attorney Gerry Leone's new Cyber-Safety PSA Contest.
The youngsters have been learning television production skills under the watchful eyes of Fuller Middle School teacher Patrick Galligan and FPAC's Francesca Cerutti-Harris. The weekly classes have been part of a partnership between the 21st Century After School Programs, the Framingham ...[read more]
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Joseph P. Keefe Technical School juniors Brad Naugler of Holliston and Daniel Coelho, Matt Rivers, and Hugo DeAlmeida of Framingham are serving as video production interns at Framingham Public Access Corporation (FPAC).
FRAMINGHAM, MA - Four Joseph P. Keefe Technical School juniors are learning Video Production skills through hands-on experience at their internships at Framingham Public Access Corporation (FPAC).
The internship opportunities were coordinated by FPAC Executive Director Bill McColgan, Keefe Tech Superintendent-Director James Lynch, and School Committee member and FPAC Board of Directors member John Kahn. "We sat down and discussed creating a community partnership between our organizations," said McColgan. "We thought that creating these internship opportunities were a great first step."
Daniel Coelho, Hugo DeAlmeida, and Matt Rivers of Framingham and Brad Naugler of Holliston were chosen as student interns by Keefe Administrators based on recommendations from their teachers.
Keefe Tech School Admissions Counselor Faith Chrisom facilitated the internship schedules, arranging for the students to work in teams of ...[read more]
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