THIS WEEK AT NCTV is Norfolk Community Television's blog recapping each week and highlighting upcoming workshops, events, premieres, and volunteer opportunities!  Check in every Friday starting at 4 PM for the latest scoop about the station, its members, the schools, and the town.


-On Saturday, a group of awesome NCTV volunteers including Donna L. Jones, Steven Olaska, and Emily Woodhams filmed the Stony Brook 2015 Fall Fair and The 2nd Annual Wood Duck Derby!  All proceeds from the fair and derby went to benefit the Norfolk Community League and the Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary.  Stay tuned to our channels and schedules to see the highlights!

-On Tuesday, NCTV Board Member Jordan Tynes led an interactive discussion on Copyright & Fair Use, an informational meeting and discussion about the topic that provided much food for thought and left everyone with a better understanding of the current rules in place around copyright.

-Production Coordinator Chris Lawn took A Walk in the Garden with Liz Davey as she reviews the last remaining plants of the season in the herb garden and perennial garden, prepares the koi fish pond for the upcoming cold weather, plants garlic in the vegetable garden, and makes a scrumptious apple-stuffed pork chop accompanied by a warm apple kale salad and apple cake.

-NCTV bid farewell as our first official Media Literacy Month ended on Wednesday.  A special THANK YOU to everyone who participated and helped make it a success.  Keep an eye on our blog for news and notifications regarding similar events in the future!


-This upcoming Tuesday, October 6, 2015 at 6:30 PM in the main studio, the NCTV staff will teach On Location Shooting (with GoPro!) including how to utilize a variety of different cameras while on location, looking at our pro-sumer cameras for proper set-up, and exploring how to use the GoPro camera (and all the fancy mounts we have!).  For more info, or to sign up online, click here or just show up the day of!

-NCTV will be CLOSED on Monday, October 12, 2015 in honor of Columbus Day.






AuthorChris Lawn