Public Access Television in Framingham, MA
Framingham, MA - Access Framingham, the nonprofit public access corporation for the Town of Framingham, is holding an Orientation Session on Thursday, April 3, 2014 at 7:00pm.
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. Learn to be a citizen journalist, help document the many interesting events in Framingham, or volunteer your talents to help others with their productions. AF-TV’s local production studio is located in the back of the Fuller Middle School, at 31 Flagg Drive.
Membership is open to anyone who lives, works or goes to school in Framingham, or who is affiliated with a Framingham-based organization. All are welcome at this upcoming Orientation session. Please call to register at 508-875-5434.
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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AF-TV is the public access television station in Framingham, MA.
FRAMINGHAM, MA - Access Framingham, (AF-TV), the local public access television station is now accepting registrations for a new 2012 Summer Video Production Camp.
AF-TV will offer a new Video Production Camp to young people ages 10-12. The camp session will run daily from 9:00am to 12:00 noon daily starting Monday, August 13th, 2012 through Friday, August 17, 2012.
Campers will work together to develop and produce an original program. Every child will have a hands-on experience with studio cameras, microphones, control room switcher, graphics and audio.
Students interested in video production, editing, and writing are strongly encouraged to participate. The final project will be played ...[read more]
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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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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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Emergency Alert System to perform Nationwide Test on Wednesday, November 9, 2011 at 2:00pm.
FRAMINGHAM, MA - On November 9, 2011 at 2:00pm, the first ever nationwide test of the Emergency Alert System will take place.
The Emergency Alert System (EAS) is a media communications-based alerting system that is designed to transmit emergency alerts and warnings to the American public at the national, state and local levels.
The EAS was created in 1994 to replaces the Emergency Broadcast System (EBS), which was first introduced in 1963.
In the past, you may have been watching t.v. or listening to the radio and heard an announcer break in and say, "This is a test of the Emergency Broadcast System. Had this been an actual emergency you would have ...[read more]
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