On Tuesday, February 23, 2016 Rep. Sean Scanlon moderated a community forum on the heroin epidemic occurring across the state, including in the town of Guilford, CT. Thanks to two community volunteer producers this forum was filmed and recently broadcast on GCTV’s Comcast and Frontier channels. It is now available for viewing and sharing via our YouTube channel.
Please share this video with all who may be interested. If you are aware of similar community events in the upcoming months and would like to see them on GCTV please email firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about becoming a community producer.
Happy New Year Guilford!
We are looking forward to another year of serving the Guilford community, connecting with old friends and making new ones. GCTV is media by and for the Guilford community. Our mission is to provide you with the tools and training to share what matters most to you.
What would you like to see more of on the GCTV channels in 2016? Concerts, sports, spiritual discussion? How about health and wellness news? How-to videos or man-on-the-street discussion of town events.
All of this is possible when there are community members interested enough to produce the content! GCTV has the gear and the expertise to train you. Contact us with your ideas and we will show you how to make it happen.
To assist you with your planning check out our production calendar below (a.k.a our studio office hours). These are the times when you can make an appointment to come in for training, use the studio, edit or pick up field equipment. Facility use is on a first come, first served basis so book time in the GCTV calendar as soon as an event is booked in your calendar.
It is recommended that if you are promoting an upcoming event you plan to have the completed production to us 3 weeks prior to the event date. This means plan on filming the promo 4-6 weeks prior to the event date. This is to allow enough time for the video to be broadcast to the community.
Videos that are not time sensitive can have a longer production timeframe. This lessens the pressure on new producers just learning the process and provides a little breathing room for seasoned producers wanting to try something new without a looming deadline.
Email email@example.com to discuss your project idea. We look forward to working with you.
The GCTV broadcast schedule has been published! A new schedule starts tonight at midnight and changes again at midnight on Friday and Sunday.
We have new programs from First Baptist Church of Branford and Bethel Assembly of God. Catch up on budget talks and the BOE hearing on new school times. Swaggy Llamas, peace and cooking round out the week’s line up.
We are heading into the New Year with new health and wellness programming coming soon as well as news from the Guilford Foundation and Guilford Community Fund.
Have something to share with the Guilford Community? Contact us to learn about becoming a producer. GCTV is programming by and for the Guilford community. We have the tools and will provide you with the training so you can share what matters!
Hello Guilford & Season’s Greetings,
GCTV will be closed until Sunday 12/27 but the Broadcast schedule has been prepared through next Tuesday.
We have programs old and new this week.
The latest in Town meetings will run including PZC 12/16 as well as BOF and BOS 12/21. There is a new program, Healing Outside the Box and a special Bethel Assembly of God with Teen Challenge.
In addition to these new programs there are also more chances to see The Swaggy Llamas, Guilford Poets and the BOE hearing on new school times.
Don’t forget to check out our YouTube channel. We now have over 600 videos with more added every week. Check after 6pm Sundays for new uploads or subscribe for free to be notified automatically.
Season’s Greetings from GCTV! Our studio will be closed on the following days:
Tuesday, December 22
Thursday December 24
Thursday December 31.
The GCTV Broadcast schedule will continue to change at it’s regular cycle of 12:01am on Sundays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
We look forward to working with old friends and making new ones in the New Year!
We have a lot happening in Guilford during the coming weeks.
Currently, Home Instead Senior Care is collecting gifts for their Annual Be A Santa to A Senior.
Guilford Rotary will be holding their annual Frosty 5K Roadrace. Learn more about how to register.
The Guilford Community Fund has released it’s Annual Appeal for contributions. Learn how the Guilford community benefits from donations to this organization.
All of these videos were produced by Guilford community volunteers who received training on GCTV equipment. If you have a project idea please contact GCTV to learn more about becoming a producer. You may also want to consider attending our monthly videographer’s forum. Our first meeting of the New Year is Tuesday, January 5th at 7pm.
On Monday, September 21st GCTV Board member Al DiMarzio and GCTV intern Sam Stark visited the United Nations in NYC for the student observance of World Peace Day.
Below are some excerpts of the day’s events. GCTV invites you to Speak Your Peace and share with the Guilford community, “What does peace mean to you?”