Access Framingham Television (AFTV) announces its Orientation and Camcorder Jumpstart! Session being held at its new studio location on 4 Vernon Street in Framingham Centre on Wednesday, November 2nd from 7:00PM – 8:00PM. The public access television station welcomes the community...
Access Framingham offers hands-on training workshops to help you improve your TV production skills. Be sure to take advantage of this free membership benefit.
Most AFTV workshops are held on Wednesday evenings from 7:00 to 9:00. Occasionally, we offer a workshop during the day, or on another evening
Unless otherwise noted, all workshops are at the Access Framingham Studio, 4 Vernon Street.
For Access Framingham members, all workshops are free
Where Should I Begin?
If you are new to video, start with Shooting in the Field 101. You’ll gain hands-on experience with the popular Sony PD-170 camcorder and be ready to videotape shows or news clips.
Registration and More Info
Pre-registration is required for all workshops. Please email the studio at email@example.com, or call 508-875-5434 for more information and to register. All workshops are subject to change.
If a workshop is 2 or more sessions, you must attend ALL sessions to be
certified. You cannot start a workshop after the first session without prior approval by the instructor.
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