Wednesday, October 31, 2012

November 2012 at Community Television Network

ctn ann arbor
Artwork by Andi Lattimore
Host: Alysha Mae and Dana Denha 
Community Producer and Cable Communication Commissioner Tammie Williams. 
Tammie Williams has been volunteering at CTN for twelve years. She currently producers and directs Things of Interests and has premiered over 150 episodes. Tammie is a huge supporter of Public Access and was elected to the Cable Communication Commission in 2010. But before we introduce Tammie let’s hear about other programs created by local community producers. Listen to learn more. 

GovTV Channel 16:
Catch our city in Action, from the Greenbelt Advisory, Public Market, Environmental Commission and more. View meetings on Comcast Channel 16 or visit a2govtv.pegcentral.com/

Public Access Channel 17: 
* Dave Chappell presents Erth's Dinosaur Petting Zoo from Top of the Park. Check out Chappell's production online at Dave's TV Zone
* Jim Schaefer, Producer and Host of Rip Rap, features Marina Whitman discussing her book The Martian's Daughter
* Amateur Historian Dennis Skupinski produces Michigan WWI Centennial News Report: Save the Flags and many more. Check out Skupinski's work at Historical Documentaries.
* Veteran's Day Marathons featuring Skupinski's News Reports and Access Ann Arbor.  

Education Channel 18: 
* American History in the Making Marathon discusses pre-contact Native American history through present day.  
* Northwoods Cooking Show prepares a traditional Thanksgiving feast. 

CitiTV Channel 19: 
* Election Results Tuesday, November 10th, 2012. 
* For Your Information features Ann Arbor Derby Dimes and the United States Army Field Band at EMU's Pease Auditorium
* Senior Moments features Lauren London & Roy Sexton from Penny Seats Theatre Company.
* Conversations host Susan Pollay from the Downtown Development Authority

Visit A2gov.org/ctn for specific program schedules.

Workshop include: 
* Preview 
* iMovie editing 
* Video on Demand Distribution 
* Producer Round Table Discussion 

Call 734.794.6150 or email ctn@a2gov.org to sign up! 
Visit A2gov.org/ctn for more information about FREE production workshops. 

CTN Hours:
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday 11AM - 9 PM 
Wednesday 4- 9 PM
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Twitter-  CTNAnnArbor


Contact:
CTN@a2gov.org
734.794.6150

Special Thank you to Derrick Lee for his editing skills. 
Artwork by Andi Lattimore