There have been some really interesting shoots lately both in the NCTV studio and outside in the community! 


Norfolk resident, Alan Glasser, is a classical piano player and he came in to the studio to play four of his original songs. We really enjoy music shoots because it lets us be a little more creative with the filming. He has also been talking about doing more shows so stay tuned! 

Local artist Lavonne Suwalski brought her popular painting show to NCTV last week. She talks about watercolors and introduces some helpful tools and brushes that she likes to use.


NCTV volunteer, Ruth Leon, took out the camera and filmed local artist and culinary wizard, Tina Addison, at the senior center last week! Tina has a passion for delicious and healthy food and Ruth was able to capture Cooking with Tina at the Norfolk Senior Center. 

Station manager Dan Corsini and NCTV volunteer Anne Marie Battistone were invited to attend the Girl Scouts International Day this past weekend and got a chance to talk to the future leaders of the world! See what they have to say during this annual event.

There have been a couple of annual shoots at the elementary schools recently such as the HOD 2nd Grade Skate and the Freeman-Kennedy Art Show! We always look forward to these events and enjoy highlighting the talents of Norfolk kids. 

Shows at NCTV don't always have to be series. If you have a one time topic you'd like to tell the town about or show your artistic side, we're happy to have you! 

Do you have ideas for a show? Tell us a little bit about it and we can help get you started! Whether it's in the studio or on location, we can teach you everything you need to know for it to be a success. 

Don't have an idea but like technology? We are ALWAYS looking for crew! We look for people to run cameras (in studio and in the field), direct, edit, and much more. Call, e-mail, or stop by to talk a little more about it!


AuthorKaty Woodhams