|Arts and Ideas with Sue Swinand |
Arts & Ideas focuses on the many local artists, art ideas, and art events in Worcester County, MA. It features artists, museums, galleries and events of interest to the general public. Sue Swinand is the on-camera host and is a well known artist and art educator. She is a signature member of the American Watercolor Society. Her work and resume may be seen at www.swinand.com .
Arts & Ideas is produced monthly with a new episode coming out at the end of each month for showing the next month. Many episodes are not tied to any timed event and may be shown at any time.
|Asian Connection |
Host Mary Sit spotlights the variety of Asian Cultures which broaden our community as a whole.
|Ask the Recruiters |
On December 2, 2009, a panel of four representatives from professional recruiting firms answered questions prepared by the career networking group, Westford Job Seekers, in Westford Massachusetts.
In this show, the recruiters provide insight into practices of recruiting firms and expectations they have of candidates. They also provide valuable and candid advice about conducting a job-search campaign and interviewing. Much of the advice applies to any job search, for positions at any level, whether searching on your own or incorporating recruiters. The panel is also very entertaining and empathetic, and share information about their own previous job searches.
|Assabet Valley Spotlight |
"Assabet Valley Spotlight" is a collaboration between students of Hudson High School, Hud-TV, businesses, the arts community, and local towns to develop educational video programs that depict the contribution these communities make to the fabric of the local towns served by the Assabet Valley Chamber of Commerce.
The shows are organized around broad categories for example:
|AT THE RIVERS EDGE An Oral History of Berlin, New Hampshire |
This award winning film was produced in New Hampshire in 2010. In the early twentieth century the city of Berlin, NH, became the largest producer of paper in the world. It remained an industrial force until the 1970’s when, like many other industrial cities across America, a recession and the globalization of the industry brought the city to its knees. This 90-minute video is the story of that city and its struggle to maintain its historical and cultural heritage into the twenty-first century.
"At the River’s Edge" drew heavily on the Brown Company Photograph Collection at Plymouth State University’s Spinelli Archives. A Blind Squirrel Productions produced the film in association with the Berlin & Coos County Historical Society, Historic New England, and the Timberlane Regional School District. At the Alliance for Community Media’s 2010 Hometown Video national competition, the film was awarded Honorable Mention for the Documentary Profile: Non-Professional category. For more information on the production, please visit http://berlinnhhistoricalsociety.org/?p=101.
Scott Strainge, Director of the film production, asks that he be notified when your channel will be showing the film. Mr. Strainge would appreciate receiving word so that track can be kept of where the film is going and being cablecast. Mr. Strainge can be reached via email at Scott.Strainge@timberlane.net
Also, if you get any inquiries about purchasing a DVD of "At The River's Edge", Scott Strainge asks that the inquires be directed to the Moffett House Museum in Berlin, NH, to buy a copy. Call 603-752-7337 for purchase information. The DVD is also available on Amazon.com by simply typing in the title.
|Autism TodayTV |
Autism Today TV does more than merely give information on autism, research, causes and debate cures, we have hands on demonstrations on how to communicate, manage difficult situations and guide anyone who spends time with individuals on the spectrum and wants to have meaningful learning experiences and memorable fun.
Information will be presented in a variety of formats including interviews, hands on demonstrations (in studio and on location), computer generated demonstrations and coverage of events such as autism walks or autism friendly movies/productions/concerts.
|Baby Blue Arts Presents |
Baby Blue Arts Presents is a half-hour television music series that features some of the finest musicians around –- and they all happen to be in Minnesota!
Each program showcases a particular musician or musical group. Programs cover many different genres: jazz, classical, blues, folk, world, young artists. While most programs are taped in the Northwest Community TV studio, we also film some on location.
The Producers' goal is to make great music available to a larger audience than many musicians would normally reach. Viewers fortunate enough to have access to this program are treated to a series of free concerts on their television!
|Backstage in Raymond |
Raymond Community TV is proud to offer Backstage in Raymond, a series of half hour music programs featuring local to national artists. The host, Bruce Flower, interviews the artists and the artists play some of their music.
Music is mostly original, ranges from folk to country to rock and many stops in between. Being music, the program has univerasal appeal. So far there are 17 episodes with new ones planned approximately one a month.
|Bake It |
Chef Eddy Van Damme shares his creations and expertise in the kitchen.