WESTPORT, Conn. -- The Westport Library is hosting a program on May 29 to teach residents how to produce and air a program on Public Access TV.
The program is for those who have wanted to produce their own programs for television but don't know where to start. Interested attendees can come to the session with Cablevision's Public Access Coordinator Rich Turcsany at 4 p.m. Thursday, May 29, in the Westport Library's McManus Room.
Among other topics, Turcsany will cover the following, according to a press release:
- Overview of all three public access channels 88, 78, and 79 (public, educational and government) and the types of programming found on them).
- How to become certified and trained to become a public access user.
- Basic policies and procedures for getting a program aired on Cablevision's public access channels.
- Examples of public access programs produced over the years.
For further information, residents are asked to call 203-291-4800.
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