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Frank Morello

Frank Morello, Production Coordinator

Frank Morello Production Coordinator Frank started his career in TV with Comcast in 2006. His studies at Curry College and The Art Institute of NE landed him in Brookline as Comcast’s Local Origination Master Control Operator. Through hard work, dedication and...

Michael Z. Goodman, Education Access Manager

Michael Z. Goodman Education Access Manager Michael Z. Goodman started his TV career with degrees from Emerson College and Springfield Technical. He comes to Access Framingham after a 16 year stint with Tribune Television as Regional Director of Engineering for the Pacific...

Upcoming Special Classes at Access Framingham

We are planning a few special classes this summer with area professionals to improve the diversity of educational offerings here at AF-TV. Shoot the Band!-hands-on techniques for setting up a musical performance in the studio. We will be working with local...

Grand Opening June 6!

Come one, come all to the Grand Opening Celebration of Framingham’s new public access media center.  Access Framingham TV (AF-TV) proudly announces the opening of its new studio and headquarters. The Grand Opening festivities will be held on Saturday, June 6,...

Save the Date: June 6

We hope to see you on Saturday, June 6th from 10am-1pm at our new home, 4 Vernon Street in Framingham Center. We will be giving studio tours,  the truck will be open, attendees will be welcome to do a community shout...

Program Highlights May 15 – 22

HIGHLIGHTS THIS WEEK: United Way Recognition Event­2015: United Way’s Annual Awards Breakfast. This year’s theme: A Story Of Change. Guest speaker Liz Murray; release of Fred Wallace’s latest Framingham history; covered bridges; the May 2015 Framingham Beat. For complete information, check our online...

Three Point Lighting

With our newer JVC card cameras, we have found they do not see well in low light situations. Staff and volunteers have defiantly benefited by bringing lights to shoots when possible. Three point lighting is the classic set up, although modifications...