Congratulations to Cape Ann TV’s Executive Director Erich Archer for Winning an Emmy at the New England Emmy Awards!
See the award winning episode here
See the award winning episode here
Cape Ann TV
Lunch & Learn Series:
How To Make A Movie On Your iPhone
Cape Ann TV’s Lunch & Learn Series continues on Wednesday, June 29th, 2016 at 12pm with “How To Make A Movie On You iPhone” presented by Professional Video Producer, Ted Reed.
It used to cost thousands, if not millions of dollars to make a movie. But now the basic production tools are in the hands of millions of people. Your smart phone can capture better video than most top of the line professional cameras did only a few years ago; all you need are a few tips and a few (if any) accessories to produce a festival-ready film. Join independent producer Ted Reed for a Cape Ann TV Lunch and Learn discussion that will show you what you need to know and what works best to get high-quality video out of your iPhone. The principles are the same for almost any current smart phone; we’ll concentrate on what the iPhone can do and the free or cheap apps that will help you get your indie feature made.
Participants are encouraged to install the ProCam app* which we will do a quick tutorial on, but even the stock Camera app will do the trick.
Space is limited for this event; please RSVP to email@example.com to reserve your spot.
*Cape Ann TV in not affiliated nor endorses this application. Please do your own research and use your own discretion when downloading.
Schooner Challenge June 6th Now including the Adventure people can sign up-
Filmmakers, photographers, and videographers: Put Cape Ann TV’s Wednesday noon time Lunch and Learn series on your calendars! Ted Reed gave an outstanding talk on lighting for interviews at this week’s event and a great lineup is scheduled over the next several months.
Check out Ted’s website here. “Ted Reed has been creating award-winning film, television, and web video projects since the beginning of time…almost. Working with clients and projects of every size and budget, his work producing, writing, shooting and editing amount to a career that includes subjects and venues of practically every description. Take a look at some of the samples on this site, and then give him a call.”
GloucesterCast 177 w/ @KimSmithDesigns Rick Doucette @DonnaArd @Joey_C Taped 4/14/16 @CapeAnnTVCATV
Thank you to Erich Archer, Becky Tober, Jim Capillo, Lisa Smith and Travis from Cape Ann TV who taped and produced the televised version of the podcast which will air soon on Cape Ann TV.
six weeks of organic pressed almond milk being offered in April and May by Mayflour Confections- different flavors- Sea Salt & Honey, Vanilla Bean, Lavender, Pure, Matcha, Cacao
Happy Valley Ventures MA, Inc., the non-profit seeking to construct and operate a medical marijuana dispensary and cultivation facility in the Blackburn Industrial Park, will be holding an open house the evening of April 27
Orange Leaf Open
This just in from George and Charles King:
WE HAVE AWESOME NEWS!!! Our Awesome Gloucester grant proposal for the Bacheler Civil War Coat has made it to the semi-finals! Now it’s up to our 3-5 minute pitch next Monday 7PM at the Gloucester House to bring it home!! Three other good projects will also try.
Tiny house hunters redefining the definition of success
Unbelievable amount of Turkeys /Egrets
New Contraceptive method for men being tested on bunnies shot in the testes
Male Birth Control Working On Rabbits, Humans Are Next
Injections and birth control pills are completely blocking the flow of sperm in trials.
• Vasalgel, a reversible injection, blocked sperm in pre-clinical trials in rabbits.
• Male birth control pills have shown efficacy in animals.
On Wednesday, April 27th from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM Cape Ann TV will be hosting a demonstration by professional video producer, Ted Reed, on how to properly light an interview. Ted will go over fundamental practices for lighting an interview to help you gain creative control over your lighting setups.
Ted will be conducting his demonstration using Cape Ann TV’s BRAND NEWlighting equipment. Cape Ann TV recently invested in a Fillex field lighting kit with three mini-fresnel LED lights, 3 C-stands, and flag kit. “This additional lighting equipment perfectly compliments our existing equipment. Now our members will have total control over their lighting setups,” said Cape Ann TV Executive Director Erich Archer
Ted Reed Bio: Ted Reed has been writing, producing, shooting, directing, editing, (and eating, drinking and sleeping) television and independent documentary production for decades. A longtime resident of Cape Ann, and winner of thirteen Emmy awards, Ted also taught filmmaking workshops at Tufts University, Boston University, School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Endicott College, and the Boston Film and Video Foundation. He has worked nationally and internationally on news specials, magazine shows, documentaries, webcasts and corporate films as well as hundreds of TV commercials. “One thing I’d like to see is everyone who wants to find their inner filmmaker to go ahead and make their movie,” he says. “You can make a commercial or a feature film with your phone, so why not?” His most recent work can be seen on his website, www.tedreed.tv.
We hope you can join us on Wednesday April 27th at noon for some lunch and learning! Space is limited for this event; please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot!
Featuring chefs Niaz Dorry from the Northwest Marine Alliance, Mark Delaney from Common Crow, and David Gauvin from Addison Gilbert hospital.
hey folks, starting this evening, 6:30 pm. on “local music seen w/ allen estes”… my special guests are ” The Good Ole Salty Jazz Band” !!!. these guys have been playing together for years, and it shows…they are having a blast…join us won’t you… “we bring the music to you”…channel 12, Cape Ann TV
GloucesterCast 167 Taped Live at Cape Ann TV With Megan Merlin, Kim Smith, James Eves, Craig Kimberley and Host Joey
Kudos To The Rhumbline For The Excellent Staff and Libations- Now Featuring A Dart Board and Cribbage Night on Monday nights thanks to Kathy Hopkins.
This weekend’s monster storm possibility Is it going to be another winter like last winter- Who Is Excited- Who is Prepared?
Art Haven Buoy Auction & Family Fun Night
Friday, January 22, 2016
Tickets are $10 before the event and $15 at the door. Free admittance for children. Purchase tickets at the Art Haven and Hive locations or online here.
Free admittance for families with children who painted a buoy during buoy painting week. No tickets necessary – names will be checked at the door.
Join us for a spirited night of fundraising and family fun to support our organization. The funds that are raised will sustain our efforts to provide our classes free of charge to students from low-income families.
This year, Cape Ann Power Yoga is donating one free class to every individual who buys a buoy!
As long as supplies last if any GMG folks want a bumper sticker but can’t drop down the dock, just send a self addressed and stamped envelope longer then 7 and a half inches and I’ll drop one in the mail for you.
Send the self addressed and stamped envelope to the dock at 95 East Main St Gloucester Ma 01930 care of Joey (put my name in big letters to make sure it gets to me)
James’ new pellet stove and gets his pellets at Cape Ann Chimney and Hearth
Craig recommends a window energy sealing product that was easy to install
I’d be most upset if The Rhumbline closed out of every other joint in town
Juni Van Dyke’s ongoing quilt exhibit at the Cape Ann Museum, through February, thirteen quilts and several more to come, free admission to Cape Ann Museum for Cape Ann residents.
“For the Birds”
Opening January 28th,
Reception January 31st, Sunday from 2 to 4
Chris Leahy Audubon Talk Februarty 11th
Kim Smith talk, February 18th
The Artful Birdhouse, auction February 12th
James Eves Cape Ann Art Rundown
Art Happenings This Month
Cape Ann Museum Offers Free Admission for Cape Ann Residents during January 2016
Gloucester, Three Visions Panel Discussion
For this panel discussion, Jeff Weaver and Don Gorvett will be joined in conversation by Debbie Hagan, arts editor, and Peter Anastas, a local historian and cultural observer. This program is offered in conjunction with the current exhibition Vincent, Weaver, Gorvett: Gloucester, Three Visions (on view through February 28, 2016).
Cape Ann Reads with the Eric Carle Museum
The Eric Carle Museum will be offering workshops for children and adults to kick-off the new Cape Ann Reads initiative. This program will take place at the Cape Ann Museum and is free and open to the public. Space is limited. Reservations are required
Cape Ann Museum Printmaking Workshop (Part I)
A three-part Folly Cove Designer-inspired printmaking workshop at the Cape Ann Museum.
Enjoy three days of close instruction from artists Mary Rhinelander and Victoria Petway as they delve into the world of block printing.
Patriots- Denver Bronco Defender Antonio Smith Has Been spouting off saying that Tom Brady Is a Crybaby and he whines when the refs don’t call a penalty when he gets hit.
I would just like to say in advance “Thank You” to Antonio Smith for giving that little extra motivation and making a Pats victory that much sweeter when Brady picks the Denver Defense apart and gets in their face about it.
Kim’s talk for North Shore Horticultural Society (American Legion Hall, 12 Church Street, Manchester) Tuesday, January 26th, (if we don’t talk about “For the Birds”). Open to the public.
Wonderful new video from Lisa Smith and Becky Tober, Gloucester’s Giant Lobster Trap Christmas Tree and Menorah ~ Celebrating the Holidays Gloucester Style featuring David Brooks, Jim Dowd, Avery McNiff, Jill Wach, our Joey, and many more!!
Lisa Smith from Cape Ann TV submits:
Congratulations to Lisa Smith, celebrating tens years of her dedicated service to the Cape Ann Community. Lisa has not only been the producer, director, and content creator for thousands of hours of Cape Ann community service through her work at Cape Ann TV, she has also taught countless members how to use the station’s recording equipment and how to edit. Thank you Lisa for all that you do for our community.
Happy to beat the traffic, I caught the end of the celebration and was able to get this quick snapshot before the remaining guests headed home.
Please join us in celebrating Lisa Smith’s 10 Year Work Anniversary!
Lisa continues to be the heart and soul of Cape Ann TV and deserves some recognition for a decade of hard work!
Come celebrate Lisa with us on:
Friday, October 16th from 4-6p.m.
Please RSVP to Becky at email@example.com
Lisa Smith submits:
I hope you can post this on GMG, since the preliminary election is on Tuesday, I know there are might be people who don’t know the candidates and might find watching the debates online helpful.
Cape Ann TV has covered all the Debates for the preliminary election, and most are now online on Cape Ann TV’s website on the video page: http://capeanntv.org/video/. Select “Gloucester Election 2015” on the playlist, and then you can choose the debate you want to watch.
Click this link to see complete coverage by Cape Ann TV of the second mayoral debate held at the Sawyer Free Library and sponsored by the League of Women Voters.
Cape Ann TV Channel 12 will air last night’s Mayoral Debate hosted by the League of Women Voters of Cape Ann tonight (Friday, September 4) at 7:30 pm.
The Debate also airs this weekend on:
Saturday, September 5 at 9:00 am; 3:00 pm and 8:00 pm
Sunday, September 6 at 9:00 pm and
Monday, September 7 at 8:00 pm
For future airings of the Debate go to: http://capeanntv.org/schedule/
GloucesterCast 148 Taped 8/25/15 At Cape Ann TV With Craig Kimberley, Alicia DeWolfe, Sista Felicia and Joey C. Thanks To Erich Archer, Becky Tober, Henry Cooper, Cameraman Zack and Jim Capillo from Cape Ann TV for hosting us.
Topics Include: Cape Ann TV Disclaimer Reserved Only For The GloucesterCast, Craig’s Sexy New Haircut, 2015 Gloucester Election Video Offer and Our Guesses As To Who Will Be the First Candidate To Submit One, League of Womens Voters Mayoral Debate September 3rd, Announcing Alicia’s Upcoming New All Female No Holds Barred Podcast and Will Be Inviting A Random Female FOB Each Week, Is Alicia Hoarding Her Topics?, Go See Alicia Who Is Hostessing At Foreign Affairs, Debating The Reasons Why So Many Gloucester Italian Restaurants Have Closed In The Past Two Years- La Trattoria, Giuseppe’s, Pinole, Espresso, PhotoGrid App for iTunes and Android, Labor Day Weekend Packed To The Gills With- September Block Party, Trails and Sails, Schooner Festival, Wondering Why Not All Downtown Merchants and Restaurants Were Listed As Participants In The September Block Party, Supporting The Schooners That Come To Gloucester For Schooner Festival, Kathleen Valentine Get’s Skewered By a Close Friend, Haters Gotta Hate. Kudos To Seaport Grill and Server Justin, Look For This Program On Cape Ann TV- Listings Here
Lisa Smith from Cape Ann TV writes, “Zack is blowing us away over here. If you get a chance, please watch it (it’s only 4 minutes). This is only Zack’s 3rd editing assignment on a short video. It is his first time going out and shooting an event, I helped him with the interviews and he shot all the b-roll himself! He did all the editing. Zack is going into his senior year at MERHS and I think he is destined for big things. We have had some very talented interns in here, but I have never seen anyone like him. Oh yeah, he is a really nice young man too.”