Congratulations are in order!
On Tuesday night, I attended the Massachusetts Creator Awards in Boston, recognizing the top media being produced in the state. This is the first awards night focused exclusively on community content that's created in Massachusetts and the 15 categories ranged from Civic Engagement and News to Comedy and Culinary. (full details and all the winners can be found here.)
In the category of Best Podcast, the winner is Wilmington's own "Bridging the Digital Divide". This is the brainchild of WCTV's Lisa Kapala and Brad McKenna from the Wilmington Memorial Library. About once a month, they get into the Podcast studio to talk tech... answering questions and touching on topics that we all want to learn more about. It's a good example of WCTV's partnership with the Library, working together to reach the community.
WCTV's Podcast studio is open to WCTV members who want to create audio content. Training is available. You can find WCTV Podcasts on the Podcast section of our webpage or through iTunes and SoundCloud. Just search for WCTV. We not only have original audio programming, but we also make audio files of our popular studio programs, so you can listen to those interviews on the go.
Here's the latest episode of "Bridging the Digital Divide", which focused on Net Neutrality and the Dark Web.
Congrats to Lisa and Brad. Keep up the great work!