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 firstname.lastname@example.org
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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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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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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