HOW TO CREATE BETTER VIDEOS @KML

Press Release 1/17/18

(Kent, Connecticut) – The Kent Memorial Library is pleased to announce a presentation by Charter Spectrum CTV-192, Kent’s local television channel, “How to Create Better Videos.” This program will be held in the Library’s Reading Room on Saturday, February 10 from 2:00 to 3:30 p.m.

The staff at CTV-19 wants to show you how you can create better videos. During this 45-minute presentation you can learn how to plan, shoot, and edit a local production to share on CTV-192 and the web. Advanced and custom training courses are provided regularly to community members who would like to capture local events and content of their own creation. No experience is necessary. This free opportunity is open to anyone. Please register.

CTV-192 has been providing custom and advanced FREE training classes in video production for over 25 years. Programs on music, art, politics, news, weather and more can all be found on your local channel and are being produced by members of the local community. CTV is people-powered, so if you want to gain experience to enhance job skills or just want to share something and learn how to do it – this is the place for you. Patient, stress-free training makes local TV the hobby accessible to anyone.

Residents of the Charter Spectrum service area including the surrounding towns are welcome to discover how they may participate in this and other FREE training opportunities. Community television production facilities are available to community members who qualify. Find out what you’ve been missing and learn something new.

Charter Spectrum CTV-192 can be seen in the following Western Connecticut towns:  Bethlehem, Bridgewater, Brookfield, Kent, Monroe, New Fairfield, New Milford, Newtown, Roxbury, Sherman, Southbury, Trumbull, Washington, and Woodbury, and on Frontier channel 99 (search: CommunityVision) We also stream the channel Live at www.goctv192.

This event is free and open to the public. To register or for more information call the Library, 860-927-3761; email kmlinfo@biblio.org; stop by the Library; or visit the Library’s online calendar at kentmemoriallibrary.org.