The volunteers at WPAA Community Building TV are now both literally and figuratively working on Community Building. Here is a thought … if every truck you see delivering Internet purchases were purchased through iGive hundreds of dollars a day would be coming back into your community to help with Community Building.
I have continued the search for a replacement host and may have succeeded. I am optimistic that Wallingford will soon have a green spot with a predictable schedule and a gifted facilitator of civic conversation.
Community Access TV is called vanity TV by some, the electronic soapbox by others and sometimes the church channel given the predominance of religion oriented programming. I like the change Wallingford’s Public Access Channel is trying to make to become WPAA Community Building TV. The Community Building theme evolved when the organization sought to find … Continue reading A civic conversation program – a gap exists
So do you have a passion for the 1st Amendment, live or play in Wallingford and want to help build the free speech community here, if so send a note to wpaa@7TownTV.org and maybe you can guest host this show while I am in on a far away Island. I also want to share that … Continue reading While I am away—open invitation to guest host
I collaborated with CACSCC (Cable Advisory Council), hosting their Annual Education Event on July 9th. I spoke with three local Community Access Producers about Content, Style and how to get involved. I learned a few things … I hope you get to check it out. At this link you will find a PowerPoint with of … Continue reading Community Producing – cablecasting July & August
Between my 9 month volunteer teaching experience in Cape Town, So. Africa and Pago Pago, Samoa for 1 year beginning this July, I have joined the theater collective Royal Pyngwyn as resident playwright/artistic director. It has been a busy two months culminating in the world premiere of my play Cracked Upon a Time. Click here … Continue reading July – Global Volunteers from Wallingford
Three different methods — Three different memory collectors
Applications are due and another opportunity will be pursued on behalf of the people of Wallingford with the goal being to raise awareness of our physical and virtual: Parade Ground
On the Parade Ground will be re-telecast on a regular weekly schedule:Monday thru Friday at 6:30 PM on Wallingford Comcast Cable 18- WPAA. Internet TV viewers will be able to see the program soon via a link at 7TownTV.org on the Wallingford pages.The program will display the igive.com keyword WPAA portal call to action fundraising … Continue reading Telecast Schedule: Mon thru Friday @ 6:30 PM