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.
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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.
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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.
Cape Ann TV Video Production Class-
Thursday, March 19 at 6:30 to 9:00 pm.
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 email@example.com. website: http://www.capeanntv.org
The class is taught by Jim Capillo and covers how to use the field equipment.
Perhaps you saw Danielle Miraglia and Allen Estes at this year’s critically acclaimed Cape Ann Winter Solstice. These two extraordinarily talented singer/songwriters reunite tonight on Cape Ann TV Channel 12 at 6:30, then LIVE at the Rhumbline tonight at 8. A perfect way to spend the mid-week evening!
The FINALISTS for the “Winter on Cape Ann” Video Contest have been chosen!
Gloucester, MA – Cape Ann TV (www.capeanntv.org ), a non-profit local access cable station serving Gloucester, Rockport, Manchester-by-the-sea, and Essex, invites the residents of Cape Ann to choose the winner of the first “Winter on Cape Ann” Video Contest. Below are links to the video finalists.
To cast your vote please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with your selection in the subject line (Video 1 or Video 2). Only one vote per email address will count.
Voting polls are open and will close by midnight on Sunday, February 22nd, 2015.
The winner will be announced on Monday, February 23rd on http://www.capeanntv.org, Cape Ann TV’s Facebook page, and Cape Ann TV’s Twitter page @CapeAnnTVCATV.
Congratulations to our finalists and thank you to everyone who participated!
Lisa Smith writes, “While the snow flies, hunker down and watch your favorite Cape Ann High School sport teams play on Cape Ann TV Channels 20 and 67. We just added a bunch of games to the programming line up. The games air on both channels 20 & 67 from 9 am to 11 pm on Tuesday, January 27.”
Here is tomorrow’s line up:
Cape Ann TV Channel 20:
9:00 am GHS Hockey v. Lynn Classical
11:00 am GHS v MERHS Boys Basketball
1:00 pm GHS Girls Basketball v. Lynnfield
3:00 pm GHS Boys Basketball v. Winthrop
5:00 pm MERHS Girls Basketball v. North Reading
7:00 pm RHS Girls Basketball v. Mystic Valley
9:00 pm RHS Hockey v. Mystic Valley
Cape Ann TV Channel 67:
9:00 am RHS Hockey v. Salem
11:00 am MERHS Girls Basketball v. Georgetown
1:00 pm GHS Boys Basketball v. Beverly
3:00 pm RHS Girls Basketball v. Mt. Alvernia
5:00 pm GHS Girls Basketball v. Salem
7:00 pm RHS v. MERHS Boys Basketball
9:00 pm GHS Hockey v. Pentucket
This just in from Lisa Smith:
Keep Warm, stay inside this MLK weekend and watch “Holiday Delights” on Cape Ann TV Channel 12. This latest version of the Gloucester Stage perennial favorite Christmas play was filmed with three cameras last month. It features over 30 young actors from the Gloucester Stage Youth Acting Workshop and tells the story of a Gloucester girl who finds the true meaning of Christmas on Christmas Eve. The program airs Saturday, January 17 at 9 am and 5 pm; Sunday, January 18 at 8 am; and Monday, January 19 at 9 am and 6 pm. See complete Cape Ann TV Schedule here.
If you missed this stellar December 20th show at Gloucester’s UU Church, hosted by Allen Estes and featuring Charlie Farren and Danielle Miraglia — or if you were there and want to re-live the extraordinary experience of that magical night, you can watch the entire concert on Cape Ann TV cable channel 12 tonight (WED) at 8pm. Thanks to Jim Capillo for his excellent work on this show. Here’s a teaser he put together for us.
It airs again tomorrow at 9am, Friday at 9:30pm, Saturday at 11am and 9pm, and Sunday at 9pm. Check the schedule here for updates.
Enjoy a picture perfect autumn day at Rockport’s HarvestFest. Featuring
local and regional farmers and slow-crafted food producers, businesses and
organizations. No unicorns in this video but it ends with a rainbow!
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Featuring brief interviews with GMG’s Sarah Kelly, The Nutty Redhead, Aster B. Flowers, and Chef Matt Beach, to only name several!
Got a great video here, done by Cape Ann TV interns Henry Cooper (Camera
Operator and Editor) and Lexi Bird (Host), full coverage of the
Cyclorcross Gran Prix Gloucester 2014
Come along for a ride with Lexi Bird to find out what makes Gloucester’s
Cyclocross Grand Prix one of the best biking events in the USA.
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A tremendous turnout today for Henry Cooper’s presentation on Adobe Premiere!
Marty Luster, James Eaves, Lisa Griffiths (That Nutty Redhead), John Grant, Kathy Chapman, and Charlie Caroll were just some of the guests attending Henry’s well-presented tutorial. Henry comes from a background of using Final Cut, Avid, and Adobe, which made his take especially informative and interesting on the (mostly) pros of using Adobe Premiere.
I’d love to hear from our readers on their experience with different editing programs, and why they chose the system they most frequently work with.
Lisa Smith, Wally, Lisa Griffiths, and John Grant
Motif No. 1 Day from Henry Cooper
Jim writes, “A bird’s eye view of a spectacular sunrise on Thacher Island off the coast of Rockport and Gloucester. The Twin Lights guard mariners from the rocky coast and they also guide them back to safe harbor.” Shot and edited by Jim Capillo.
Cape Ann TV Announces It’s Next Lunch & Learn Event
Getting Started with Adobe Premiere
Adobe Premiere Basics taught by Cape Ann TV’s Henry Cooper
(Gloucester, MA)– Cape Ann TV (www.capeanntv.org), a regional non-profit local access television station that serves all of Cape Ann, is pleased to announce the next learning experience in the popular “Lunch & Learn” series –Getting Started with Abode Premiere to be held on October 21, 2014 at 12:00 p.m. at Cape Ann TV (38 Blackburn Center, Gloucester MA 01930).
“The question of which editing platform to use is a common one,” said Erich Archer, Executive Director of Cape Ann TV. “Adobe Premiere has been generating a tremendous amount of interest recently and it’s time we open the hood and take a look.”
Here to guide us through the basics is Henry Cooper. Henry has a Graduate Certificate in Digital Video from Northeastern University and has worked as a Production Assistant with Rockport Music for 3 years. He has a wonderful and informative presentation to help us navigate through getting started with Adobe Premiere.
About Cape Ann TV: Cape Ann TV is a non-profit, member-based organization dedicated to the Cape Ann Community. Cape Ann TV is an important community resource that gives everyone a voice. We strive to produce programming and educational content for the community, by the community.
RSVP to: email@example.com
This event will fill up fast!
Lunch to be provided.
Lisa Smith writes ~
“Cape Ann Symphony’s A Night at the Opera” airs this week on Channel 12.
The Program: BIZET, MOZART, PUCCINI, ROSSINI, VERDI AND MORE.
Soloists: Mara Bonde, soprano; Krista River, mezzo;
Ethan Bremner, tenor; Thomas Jones, baritone