AF-TV, Public Access Television in Framingham
FRAMINGHAM, MA - Be a part of Framingham's Own News Program! Find out about Framingham's own news show -- "The Framingham Beat".
Access Framingham is looking for a few Framingham residents to be News Anchors, Reporters, or Segment Producers and help tell the stories of our neighborhoods.
On Wednesday, Wednesday, February 18th, 2015 from 7:00pm-8:30pm, Access Framingham will be having a Framingham Beat Information night. You can see the studio, practice reading a news script, and ask questions about the different roles needed to put together a news program. No experience is necessary, just a desire to help communicate all the great stories happening around Framingham. Please call to register at 508-875-5434 or email email@example.com
Access Framingham is a membership based organization which provides training with video recording and editing equipment as well as access to our cable television channel to show locally recorded programming.
AF-TV’s local production studio is located in the back of the Fuller Middle School, at 31 Flagg Drive, Framingham, MA.
AF-TV can be seen in the Town of Framingham on Comcast Channel 9, RCN Channel 3, and Verizon Channel 43. For more information about Access Framingham programming, training, and services, you can also visit us online at www.accessfram.tv
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Access Framingham offers members classes in video production, video editing and more!
FRAMINGHAM, MA - Interested in video production? This month, (March 2012), Access Framingham will be offering two classes, one in Film-making and another on using Final Cut Pro editing software.
Film-making will be led by Access Framingham Operations Manager Melanie Hardy, who will draw on her experience in both film and single-camera video production to teach the best techniques in fictional storytelling and making entertaining and intriguing movies.
The Film-making Class will be held on three consecutive Thursday evenings: March 8th, 15th and 22nd, from 7:00pm to 9:00pm. Seats are still available!
Final Cut Pro. This popular class on how to use Apple's software package to produce and edit great video. AF-TV will be holding a special afternoon workshop ...[read more]
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FRAMINGHAM, MA - Ed Convery passed away last week at the age of 83. Ed was a former teacher and principal in the Framingham Schools, served as president of the Framingham History Center and vice-chair of the Framingham Housing Authority, and he touched the lives of many folks in the Framingham community.
In remembrance of Ed, Access Framingham is honored to replay two episodes of Framingham Tales & Trivia, which Ed taped for our local channel. These are shows he helped produce as part of his own commitment to the Framingham History Center. The programs reflect Ed’s wit and wisdom, and his love for Framingham.
Each edition of Tales and Trivia is one hour in length. These two ...[read more]
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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Watch Framingham Public Access TV!
FRAMINGHAM, MA - Framingham Public Access Corporation (FPAC) is pleased to announce its 2010 Fall Workshop Schedule for members of the Framingham Community. This season's offering will include entry-level courses, as well as specialized offerings for people interested in non-linear, computer-based editing and in sports television production.
All courses are scheduled for Thursday evenings from 6:30pm to 8:30pm. For multi-session workshops, please make sure to attend ALL nights.
- Camcorder – September 9, 16 & 23: Learn how to shoot great video with a digital camcorder.
- Final Cut Pro – September 30, October 7 & 14: Learn the basics of non-linear editing with ...[read more]
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