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 Tuesday, the NCTV staff kicked off Media Literacy Month with our Media Literacy Basics Discussion, which encouraged attendees to think critically about the overwhelming media presence that has become a staple in our everyday lives as well as learn how to both consume and create responsible media.
-Host and member Steven Olaska finished filming and editing the second episode of his new series Norfolk Late Nite, which premiered Monday night. Check out our schedule page for the listing of his program as well as for our other great shows.
-NCTV officially (finally!) joined Instagram, and we are now happily waiting for followers and future correspondences!
-Doug Williams from the Stony Brook Wildlife Sanctuary came into the studio to film a short public service announcement about the upcoming Stony Brook Wildlife Fall Fair on Saturday, September 26, 2015, which will host the 2nd Annual Wood Duck Derby sponsored by the Norfolk Community League.
-This upcoming Tuesday, September 8, 2015 at 6:30 PM in the main studio, Executive Director Katy Woodhams will teach our Basics Of Mobile Devices Workshop, an opportunity to come on in and learn how to use your smartphone or tablet to it's fullest potential! This workshop will be Q&A-based so come with ideas of what you'd like to learn! 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 firstname.lastname@example.org any time between now and September.
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