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.


-After months of discussion and working collaboratively and tweaking and editing and honing, NCTV is proud to announce that we officially have a NEW LOGO (see above)!  Make sure to keep an eye out for it at future town and school events!

-Production Coordinator Chris Lawn took A Walk in the Garden with Liz Davey on Monday as she reviewed the state of the herb garden and gathered some fresh herbs, picked tomatoes from the vegetable garden, checked on the status of the recently picked garlic, and made a delicious chicken and corn chowder accompanied by blueberry muffins!

-On Tuesday, NCTV member and volunteer Donna Jones came into the studio to edit Stony Brook Sanctuary Presents: New Observation Beehive, an upcoming mini-documentary that goes behind-the-scenes of a new innovative beehive built specifically for and at Stony Brook!

-NCTV member Steven Olaska came into the studio Wednesday and Friday to film the first episode of his new upcoming series Norfolk Late Nite, a new late-night talk show which will feature a variety of guests, comedy skits, and music with a slightly more adult edge.  Keep an eye on our Facebook and Twitter page for the announcement of its premiere!


-This upcoming Tuesday, August 18, 2015 at 6:30 PM in the main studio, NCTV Board Member Jordan Tynes will teach our Editing With Final Cut Pro X Workshop which will feature editing basics including learning how to import media, edit video, add music and sound effects, create titles and graphics, and more!  For more info, or to sign up online, click here or just show up the day of!

-NCTV will hold its first Public Service Announcement Day on Friday, September 18, 2015 from 12 PM to 5 PM, which will be an opportunity for non-profit and government organizations to visit the station and film PSAs.  If you're interested in signing up, call the station directly at 508-520-2780 OR email Chris Lawn at any time between now and September.






AuthorChris Lawn