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May 25, 2013 Arts & Entertainment, Local News No Comments
Free classes begin June 13 at 6 p.m. at the Charter Studios. Photo from Town Talk, a public access program hosted by Brenda Sullivan, HTNP News Editor.

Free classes begin June 13 at 6 p.m. at the Charter Studios. Photo from Town Talk, a public access program hosted by Brenda Sullivan, HTNP News Editor.

Press Release

The CTV14 Community Access Television Studio (Charter) is now taking applications for a free Public Access Internship program.

Classes begin June 13, 2013 at 6 p.m.

Interns get hands-on experience in all aspects of video production in our North Windham TV studio.

Cover community events and public affairs shows for airing on CTV14. Interns also have the opportunity to use these new skills to produce their own Public Access program.

Internships are non-paid and are open on a first-come, first-served basis to residents in Charter Communications’ service area.

To learn more, and to watch archived episodes of local programs (under Programs/VOD archives), you can visit the Web site at www.ctv14.com or call the Charter Communications’ Public Access line at 860-456-8500 for an internship application.

The CTV14 studio is located at 207 Tuckie Road in North Windham.

This is a free program for those age 16 and older for residents of these towns: Ashford, Brooklyn, Chaplin, Coventry, Canterbury, Columbia, Eastford, Hampton, Lebanon, Mansfield, Pomfret, Scotland, Thompson, Windham, Woodstock and Willington.

Editors’ note: Watch archived segments of Town Talk, hosted by HTNP News Editor Brenda Sullivan at www.ctv14.com (Programs/VOD Archives)

Posted May 25, 2013

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