Lisa Smith from Cape Ann TV submits:
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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.
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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 @CapeAnnTVCATV With @CraigShoots, @Ali4416 @SistaFelicia and @Joey_C #GloucesterMA
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.”
Cape Ann TV Airings and Online Information for the Mayoral Debate at Rocky Neck Cultural Center on August 13, 2015
For Immediate Publication
Contact: Lisa Smith- Supervising Producer
Cape Ann TV Gloucester’s Debates Coverage: Mayor Debate 8/13/13
Cape Ann TV will be covering all the Gloucester Debates for the 2015 Elections, beginning with The Mayoral Debate at the Rocky Neck Cultural Center on Thursday, August 13. This is the first debate for the Mayoral Preliminary Election and is centered on arts and culture.
On Friday, August 14 Cape Ann TV Channel 12 will air the Debate at 9:00 pm. The debate will be available to watch online on Saturday, August 15, on Cape Ann TV’s website video page: http://capeanntv.org/video/ (select: Gloucester Election 2015 on playlist and click on: Gloucester Mayoral Debate- August 13, 2015.)
Airing times of the Mayoral Debate on Cape Ann TV Channel 12 are:
Friday, August 14 at 9:00 pm
Saturday, August 15 at 9:00 am, 4:30 pm and 10:00 pm;
Sunday, August 16 at 12:00 pm and 11:00 pm;
Monday, August 17 at 4:30 am, 3:30 pm and 8:00 pm;
Tuesday, August 18 at 9:00 am;
Wednesday, August 18 at 6:00 am and 11:00 pm;
Friday, August 22 at 6:00 am;
Saturday August 22 at 12:00 am, 10:30 am 3:00 pm and 10:30 pm;
Sunday, August 23 at 9:00 pm.
This debate is the first of series of debates that Cape Ann TV plans to cover with multiple cameras. Cape Ann TV will also cover all the debates for the Preliminary Election and the Municipal Election. For more information and schedule information please go to: http://www.capeanntv.org.
Thank you Erich Archer, Lisa Smith, Becky Tober, and Henry Cooper for the Informative Camera Program at #Cape AnnTV!
#GloucesterMA Podcast GloucesterCast 135 Taped @CapeAnnTVCATV 5/5/15 With Toby Pett, Donna Ardizzoni, Kenny MacCarthy and Host Joey Ciaramitaro
Topics Include: Thanks For The Crew At Cape Ann TV For Taping Our Show, We’ve arriven!, Holding people who will inevitably complain about the first heat wave of the summer accountable for their
“I’ll never complain about the heat after this past winter” statements, We’re looking for a few good lesbians, One Hour At A Time Gang Meeting At The Fishermen’s Wives Memorial this week, Call To Artists for Art Show At Magnolia Historical Society, PoopCast, The Baltimore Boss Mom Is A Hero, Where would the “I want to be offended and outraged over everything” people stand about saying kids deserve a cuff if they toss trash onto the street,
What would you rather step in- dog poop or gum, Cutting the vocal chords on yippy dogs, Kenny challenges dog owners to pick up other dog’s poop, Toby says he walks around with plastic bags and picks up dog poop of dogs he doesn’t own and proves he’s a better human being than anyone else, The water bottle deposit vote failed, Women who pay twice as money for products that are package in smaller portions, Kenny’s Real Estate Report, Alicia Pensarosa’s old-school tow behind trailer is retro awesome for so many reasons, Tiny Off The Grid Houses, She Sheds, Ben Macadam’s Tiny Portable Studio Project, Who will fill the shoes of Tony’s Pizza in Magnolia for take out food?, The reason’s for Gloucester’s resurgence, The Anti Flouride vs Pro Flouride People Are Getting Chippy, Professional Protestors, Tailgaiting and New England Revolution games, The Cape Ann Cinema Crowdsourcing IndiGoGo Campaign and $99 To Enter New Essay Contest To Own The Cape Ann Community Cinema Is Very Confusing, Joey’s Upcoming $1,000,000,000 Crowdsourcing Campaign To Raise Money To Develop A New Crowdsourcing Campaign Platform To Raise Money, The Restaurant Report With Toby Pett, Trip Advisor and Foodie Tours. Big Time Thanks To Erich Archer, Lisa Smith and Henry Cooper At Cape Ann TV for making this happen.
Check out Cape Ann TV here-
Here’s a sneak peek of Miranda Russell, accompanied by Justin Piper and Joe Kessler, performing “Jolene” on “Local Music Seen with Allen Estes.” She will be Allen’s guest this week and next week through to May 10, 2015. Airing Wednesdays at 6:30 pm, Fridays at 1:30 pm and Sundays at 6:00 pm, on Cape Ann TV Channel 12.
After you watch her on TV you’re really going to want to see her live — and you’re in luck. Miranda will be at Shalin Liu in Rockport next Thursday & Friday May 7 & 8. Good seats are still available for both shows, but the best seats are on May 7. Don’t wait. These shows are likely to sell out. Get tickets here.
I’m wondering if you wouldn’t mind posting a link to an online survey we’re conducting. In an effort to improve our services we’re trying to get a better sense of our viewership. We’re created a quick, 10-question survey that will help us gain insight into if/what/how people are watching CATV and what we’re doing well/need to improve. This valuable feedback will help us better-serve Cape Ann.
Here is the link.
Thank you very much.
Cape Ann TV
Beautifully filmed and edited Lisa and Becky, and great job with the interview Meghan! Thanks so much for sharing.
Come see the Beeman School students perform Aladdin. The show features the 4th and 5th grade students and is directed by Heidi Dalin. Show times are Tuesday, Wednesday & Thursday, April 14, 15 and 16, at 7 pm.
Lisa Smith from Cape Ann TV sent along this video preview ~
Host Allen Estes welcomes Newburyport’s Lynne Taylor as his guest on Cape Ann TV’s Local Music Seen tonight at 6pm. If you miss it tonight, you can catch her Wednesday at 6:30pm or Friday at 1pm. See full schedule here.
The daughter of a folk musician and a poet, Lynne grew up in Kent, Ohio during the seventies, and absorbed the social consciousness of that time. She has always felt that music was her calling. She began writing her own songs at the age of fourteen, and has been performing professionally ever since. Lynne’s music is characterized by poignant, honest songwriting combined with a powerful vocal style and unique piano accompaniment. A staple on the music scene in her adopted hometown of Newburyport, MA, she has been performing professionally across the northeastern US since 1985.
In addition to being a popular solo artist, Lynne can also be found having a blast playing bass in her all original punk band, Halo and the Harlots and in roots/alt/country band Liz Frame and the Kickers! One thing is certain; Lynne Taylor has a sound and spirit that is instantly recognizable and all her own!
Lynne released a self-produced solo CD entitled Grace in 1996 and her band, Rantic, released their self-titled CD in 2001. Liz Frame and the Kickers released their first full-length studio recording in Oct. 2011, Halo and the Harlots released their self-titled debut in 2014, and Lynne released When Lightning Strikes in Oct. 2013.
Did you know that the facilities and equipment at Cape Ann TV are available to all Cape Ann residents? All you need to do is to become a member and pay a yearly membership fee of $20. We also provide the training, no experience necessary. To sign up for the class or for more information about Cape Ann TV call: 978-281-2443 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. website: http://www.capeanntv.org