Many communications have come across my desk with this message: We all had plans for 2020. And then COVID-19 happened. But we at #wpaatv carried on. Innovated. Connected to the conversations about how to be inclusive and more!
Here is our video report to look back at the year. It includes a description with how to connect with us and support local business. If you watch and connect thru this almost instant win contest you and a local restaurant will be winners.
Weekdays & Sundays
We scheduled fitness classes, story time in animation and more traditional readers and illustrated books. We provided updates on COVID-19 with a global perspective weekdays. We added new content from folks publishing with virtual tools.
And support for local churches in our Same Day Sunday Tradition expanded. Soime say call community TV “Church TV’. During the pandemic it was our pleasure to be such an important community connection for those who are less internet savvy in our community or just wish to hear the music and messages again. We feature the mood of our times with excerpts from First Congregational Church-UCC in our annual report. Rev. Kathy Burbank Cunliffe expressed well what so many were feeling.
Opportunities to support creativity and local business
We modified our movie challenge adding the 1-shot and oral story telling. We had three LIVE music series supporting CT musicians and those who missed getting out to listen. And the Outlook 06495 image contest had some inspiring winners. As Told Here podcasts from archived conversations feature Wallingford People and other important evergreen topics. Some of it worked. Some of it did not.
We continued #SocialActionArt for those in need with the No-Expiration Date #StreetshotZ