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The week in review at Princeton TV.
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Tuesday, May 20

Audio 101      

6:30 to 8:00 pm
Instructor - Sam Russell

Good audio is essential for any broadcast. But what makes audio good or bad?  Audio 101 is a practical, hands-on introduction to everything you need to know. We'll talk about two types of microphones you would be using, their selection, handling and use. We'll talk about camera connections and proper setups. We'll minimize the technical details, so you don't need previous experience or tech knowledge. You'll gain an appreciation of what good audio is and how to get it.
$15  A FEW OPENINGS LEFT
 

Tuesday, May 27

Audio 201 

6:30 to 8:00 pm
Instructor - Sam Russell

Capturing good audio on location, without the aid of studio facilities, can be challenging. In this course, which will take place mostly outside of the studio, we'll demonstrate typical situations and challenges. We'll cover equipment needed, pre-shooting setup, and will go over a checklist of audio problems you may find in the field. Audio 101 is suggested as a pre-requisite but is not a requirement.
$15 NEW CLASS—A FEW OPENINGS LEFT
 

Tuesday, June 3

Video Camera Basics

First Tuesday of Every Month - 6:30 to 8:00 pm
Instructor - Sharyn Alice Murray

A 1-1/2 hour mandatory class for anyone wishing to borrow field equipment. We will review proper care of the cameras and accessories, how to begin shooting with automatic settings, how to reserve a camera. 

Class size is limited to 6 participants.
 

Wednesday, June 11 NEW CLASS

Producers Workshop
Promote Your PCTV Program through Social Media

6:30 to 8:00 pm
Instructors - Coleen Kelly & Jeanne Murphy

The wave of the future is online viewing and you have the power in your hands to increase your PCTV show’s viewership. This class will show you how to find and share your Princeton Television Show with friends, families and fans and they will be able to watch whenever they want.

Don’t  have a Facebook or Twitter account?  Come at 6:30 pm to get those set up.  If you already have them, come at 7:15.

By the end of class, you will be able to share your videos with the world or whomever you want via Facebook and Twitter as well as other social media outlets.  Inform your guests that they are on!  Encourage comments!  You will even learn how to access the codes that allow you to place videos on your own websites. 

(Note:  please bring your laptop.  If you do not have one, please let us know by email.) 
$15

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2014 Princeton Council Democratic Primary Forum










The League of Women Voters of the Princeton Area and Princeton TV present a broadcast of Democratic Primary candidates for the Princeton Council.

Scheduled airtimes: May 8 at 9 pm, May 11 at 8:30 am, May 13 at 8 pm, May 15 at Noon, May 17 at 10 am, May 18 at 9 pm, May 19 at 11 pm, May 20 at 9 am, May 21 at Noon, May 24 at 10 pm, May 25 at 9 am
 

2014 Twelfth Congressional District Democratic Primary Forum

The League of Women Voters of the Princeton Area and Princeton TV present a broadcast of democratic primary candidates for the Twelfth Congressional District of NJ.

Scheduled airtimes: May 6 at 8 pm, May 10 at 10 am, May 14 at Noon, May 15 at 9 pm, May 18 at 8:30 am & 10 pm, May 22 at Noon, May 24 at 10 am & 10 pm

  VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY  
Looking for a volunteer to film the Girl Scout-PPPL STEM Fair on May 17 at Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory.  For more information, contact Hema Shankar shankar.hema@gmail.com

STEM is Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Education but I am writing a press advisory about the STEM fair, which will have lots of hands-on science demonstrations, including robotics and fire safety demos (with real fire and firefighting equipment), and other science demonstrations. There should be plenty of cool stuff to film.
 

WHO WE ARE

Princeton Community Television and Digital Media Center is a community resource dedicated to educating people in film, television and video production.


WHAT WE DO

Through classes, workshops and volunteer experiences, people can gain training in film, television, and video bringing their imaginings into reality. Come create.
 


WATCH US

Princeton TV can be seen on Verizon FiOS Channel 45 in all or a portion of the following towns in New Jersey:

Mercer County
  • Ewing Township
  • Hopewell Township
  • Hopewell Boro
  • Lawrence Township
  • Princeton (also channel 30 on Comcast)
  • Trenton
  • West Windsor Township
Middlesex County
  • Cranbury Township
  • Plainsboro Township
  • South Brunswick Township
Sommerset County
  • Franklin Township
  • Hillsborough Township
  • Montgomery Township
  • Rocky Hill Township
If you would like to receive Princeton TV in your area, simply call Verizon to ask for it.  1-800-VERIZON (1-800-837-4966).
Options for Other Locations
  1. View live from our website.  (also on mobile devices)
  2. On Roku (you're gonna need a Roku box)  Add the channel PEG TV under the category Internet TV and you will see Princeton TV listed as a channel on PEG TV.
  3. To view archived programs, click the VIEW ONLINE NOW button of each show title.

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Support Community Media. Memberships help us to help you make film, video, and other digital media.  Membership is required to take out field equipment and allows you to vote on board members.  $20 annually.
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