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MONDAY: Social Media Forum

On Monday, November 20th, WCTV is hosting a Social Media Forum at 7PM at Wilmington High School. The event is being held in the LGI, which is the same room as the School Committee meetings. We’ll be talking about how social media can connect our community, from sharing ideas to educating the public. We’ll also…
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Social Media Forum

Have you heard from someone in town how BAD social media is? Are you sick of seeing posts or comments that just seem to stir the pot? Ready to just throw up your hands and give up on social media??? Well hold on... What about all the good that can come from social media connections?…
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Book Stew Turns 50

When someone calls WCTV or comes in the front door with a program idea, we generally ask a few questions... Are you envisioning a studio show or something in the field? Is this a special event you're looking to cover or is it something that's going to continue over the course of months or even…
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Strategic Planning

Over the past 6 months, WCTV has been taking a hard look at our mission and how we serve the community. We've recently adopted official strategic goals that are not only in line with what we've always done and what we currently do, but where we're headed as an organization.  I'd like to lay out…
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Meeting Audio Issues

I wanted to write to the community about ongoing issues that are affecting Board of Selectmen meetings. We first became aware of this issue in late September and this has now impacted 3 straight meetings to varying degrees.  Essentially, viewers are losing audio for 2-4 seconds in spots throughout the live broadcast. It can create…
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Community Media Day

This Friday is recognized across the country as Community Media Day, which is a time to celebrate what stations like WCTV are all about: community access and information. In signing a proclamation for last year’s Community Media Day, Governor Charlie Baker recognized the importance of stations like WCTV for engaging the community and informing residents…
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Neville Named to Community Media Board

Wilmington Community Television Executive Director Shaun Neville has been named to the Board of Directors of MassAccess, which serves as the primary advocacy group for community media centers in Massachusetts. “It’s an honor to be chosen to join this board,” said Neville. “WCTV shares a lot of the same values as other media centers from…
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News and Notes

Some bullet points to get you caught up on the latest station activity… Last week, I got to interview Samantha Reif, who is the town’s new Substance Abuse Program Coordinator. She, along with Police Chief Michael Begonis talked about her role and how it relates to the police department.  It was a really interesting 20-minute…
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Community Spirit

It’s been a great week to show off what the Wilmington community is all about. In case you missed it, our most-watched video over the past few months came from Thursday night’s Wildcat football game; or to be more specific, BEFORE the game. The PA went out right in the middle of the national anthem. …
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Looking for WCTV in HD?

We know it's not always easy to find Wilmington programs on your television. First, you need to know the channels.  If you didn't know WCTV was on channels 9, 22 and 99 on Comcast and 37, 38 and 39 on Verizon, you likely wouldn't just be flipping through those numbers and have a program catch…
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