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
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.”
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.
Check Out Episode One Here-
GloucesterCast With Guest Erich Archer From Cape Ann TV and Host Joey Ciaramitaro Taped 3/18/14
Check Out The Great Programming At Cape Ann TV Here- http://capeanntv.org/
Topics Include: Taking Over The Reigns At Cape Ann TV, Making Changes, My Experience At Cape Ann TV, The Online Presence, The Nutty Redhead, Organizations Using Cape Ann TV, Gloucester U, Are Kids More Interested In Editing or Camerawork?, The Younger Generation Hindered In The Creative Process With The Proliferation Of Content Consumption Tablet Computing Devices As Opposed To Powerful Desktop Computers, All Things Victorian, John Ronan’s The Writer’s Block, The Cost Of Technology, Throwing Out The Old Paradigms, Favorite Restaurants In Beverly, Soma, Barrel House, Atomic Cafe, Haddock Sandwich At The Causeway, Spicy Buritto at Tacos Lupita, Wally’s Blackburn Bistro, What I Think Is Most Import For Cape Ann TV To Cover, Cross Promotions
Cape Ann TV is looking for camera operators to shoot high school sports games and government meetings. We will train you and provide all necessary equipment. Operators earn $25 per game/meeting.
Please send all inquiries to email@example.com
Thanks To The Earl Foote Band For The Intro Music. Download Gloucester Til the End Free Here At Gimme Sound
Would you mind posting this new video to GMG for us? It’s the first of a new DSLR series we’re producing called The Portrait Series. This first video features Jon Sarkin, the Gloucester-based artist.
Thanks very much,
As Joey would recommend, to see even more posts, type in Jon Sarkin in the GMG search box, upper right corner.
This just in from Lisa Smith at Cape Ann TV:
Cape Ann TV announces the selection of new Executive Director, Erich Archer.
“Over the past nine months, the Personnel Committee of the CATV Board of Directors invested considerable time and effort to find the best candidate for the Executive Director position,” stated Paul Jermain, Board President. “After interviewing a number of highly qualified candidates, we felt that Erich’s unique blend of commercial and public access TV experience would enable him to provide strong leadership as the Station focuses on delivering a progressively stronger selection of programs through both traditional broadcast channels and emerging Internet-based outlets. We look forward to working with Erich to build on the rich history of CATV.”
Cape Ann Television is a non-profit membership-based organization dedicated to producing community and institutional programming and to providing public access for the free exchange of information and ideas which reflect the talents, skills, interests, concerns and diversity of the Cape Ann community. The Station serves the City of Gloucester, and the Towns of Essex, Rockport and Manchester-by-the-Sea on Comcast Cable channels 12, 20, and 67. CATV also provides a limited selection of programming on www.capeanntv.org.