Our community lost a protector, agitator and contributor on Feb. 27th. What we at WPAA-TV will miss most is his authentic interest in the principles of democracy, love of country and desire to serve for the greater good. During Donald Robert Kennedy Mayoral Candidacy he became aware of what we do at WPAA – TV and Community … Continue reading Contributor Bradford May: Our Sincere Thanks
Behind every phrase of service is a powerful story. “How can I be of help?” she asked, “I have a good idea,” he said, You have a story to share. “Yes we can.” “We’ll do it together,” they offered. “We’ll be right here until it’s done.” “Let’s do it this way, its more fun!” “It’s … Continue reading Sincerity and integrity are hallmarks of service: Let Us Celebrated
Thank you for your commitment to community media; we look forward to supporting your citizen media productions going forward. Hours of Operation for studioW use: We close at 9 PM. Studio reservation times are evenings from 5 to 7 and 7 to 9 PM. If you need to arrive earlier we will try to accommodate … Continue reading Open Letter to Producers
Dec 4th was the 7th Annual Holiday Stroll hosted by Wallingford Center Inc. As a participating business in this community event WPAA-TV had an open House with TV station tours. a Make TV Magic Holiday Message activity concurrent with covering the event itself with a ‘Live’ programming for 4 hours. Roaming reporters brought back clips from … Continue reading ‘Tis always the season to welcome
We are trying to get a town hashtag adopted.
It is with great pride and enthusiasm that WPAA-TV Executive Director accepts the 1st Place Award for Diversity Empowerment on behalf of Penn’s Pals with a hope to be able to submit to this category every year from the annual creation & collection of Wallingford stories. She supported this effort as an OnTheParade Ground Volunteer. … Continue reading OnTheParadeGround — a concept still needing Humans
It sorta started in 2011. As the lynch-pin volunteer of this fluid team I intend to make random, more regular. I will give 5 to 10 hours a week to local people or organization in a way that concurrently meets the outreach objective of WPAA-TV based on some random encounter in my day. ~~ adele
In 2009, a few of us experimented with format and crew development. We completed programs for 6 non-profit/community organizations. The intiative was then interrupted by the evolution of WPAA into a media center (new building/location); and the crew was distracted by the creation of studioW (which is now a Piece Theatre project) and general skills retooling. In … Continue reading 2012 — seeds of change
We support community building. These links are being added to our blog: The virtual “town square,” for Wallingford at AmericanTowns. The people’s stories organized & distributed by People’s Press. And the Record-Journals Forum for Opinion sharing about Wallingford.(registration required to participate).
April 5th our guests are Thomas Jastermsky and avid supporters of a local initiative with a global reach that got its start on our Parade Ground: Holy Joe’s Cafe. Join us to discover how sharing a cup of coffee can bring a sense of peace in places of war.More info: http://www.holyjoescafe.blogspot.com/ April 12th our guest … Continue reading We make TV on Monday…