WPAA-TV does not produced TV; rather we provided resources,training and technical support to citizen producers. The show Community Conversations has a new twist on the concept of production support. Each show is a collaborative production facilitated by wpaa.tv. Similar to productions historically done by trained citizen producers it is designed to represent the participants views and interests … Continue reading Inaugural Episode: CommUnity Conversations
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WPAA-TV is an approved volunteer service site for the Wallingford School System and has supported college independent studies. Maybe it is time to discover what WPAA-TV is all about.
Wallace Dam Fishway: Harry Haakonsen Dedication Video is complete. I did not editorialize but I did edit the material presenting the nearly 2 hour event in 30 minutes, with a slight restructuring of the sequence of events. I did give the project slightly more than one hour per minute of production attention. I enjoyed creating the lower … Continue reading Public Event TV: One Camera Shoot
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
RecipEtc [res-uh-pees]: Several methods to attain success with ingredients, directions and knowledgeable variations AGRItude: A positive awareness and attitude about food and the systems that provide food. ~ ~ ~ 2012 Project: Develop a regularly scheduled community media program that provides timely, quality amplification of what at is already being done independently in the area … Continue reading RecipEtc for AGRItude
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
Our year has been more random than anticipated but given we supported events that on average were 3 hours long we did produce considerable content. We also have capture/LIVE programs that get post production attention to tell a fuller story and improve video quality. This Year we are taking our chances on the following in … Continue reading studioW 4 entries from year 1, otpg 2 from year 2
Our first Make a Difference in the Service of Others Series has concluded. One post-edit remains to be done (went out in the rain at lunch time to get a B-roll image). A few small PSAs still to be designed. And then there is the coordination of web viewable downloads with wpaa.tv once their is … Continue reading The series is over but the tasks are not
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…