CATV is always looking for volunteers to assist our staff with local government meetings and studio productions.
CATV volunteers are taught a wide variety of multimedia skills including camera technique, basic interviewing and editing. Please contact us for more information on how you can become a volunteer.
Contact us to film the local Selectboard and Schoolboard meetings. This is a great way for beginners to learn videography and the basics of camera work and audio mixing. Government Videographers are payed fifteen dollars an hour to tape meetings.
Write a screen play, shoot a documentary, interview local people and businesses, start a cooking show or a late night talk show. After a brief training session you may sign out a camera and tripod and be as creative as you wish. In return, we air your show on our channel’s 8 and 10.
CATV staff are here, Monday through Friday, to teach you how to edit your own projects with Final Cut Pro or Express! Sign out a camera and film a local event or just shoot your own footage. Then, come back to our classroom and we can help you turn your raw footage into a brilliant program. Contact us anytime to make an appointment.
Tip Top Studio: (802) 295-6688