Moon Community Access Television offers free TV production training course
Published: Wednesday, July 17, 2013, 9:00 p.m.
Moon Community Access Television is offering a free, four-week TV production training course. Classes will start July 31 and will continue from 6:30 to 8 p.m. Aug. 7, 14 and 21 in the MCA-TV studio at 1700 Beaver Grade Road, Suite 140.
Participants must complete all four classes to become volunteers for MCA-TV. The classes are open to residents of Moon and surrounding communities who want to advance their knowledge of studio, camera, audio and technical operations.
Active MCA-TV volunteers are provided with access to camera and studio equipment, and the opportunity to be a part of shows produced for and aired on MCA-TV. Moon residents who successfully complete the course have the option of becoming community producers.
To participate in the course, contact Alexis Sergeant at email@example.com or 412-269-1191. Limited spaces are available.
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