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Election Day 2017

Election Day is this Saturday.  If you're still deciding who's going to get your votes, WCTV has got you covered. And once everything is tallied, we've got you covered for the results as well. Candidates Night was held at our studio two weeks ago. The debates featured all 3 candidates for Selectmen and all 6…
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Remembering Joanne Benton

I didn't personally know former school superintendent Joanne Benton, who passed away this week.  But I've heard and seen from the community how much she meant to educators, parents and even students during her tenure. Benton was named superintendent in 2007 and retired from the post in 2014.  Last fall, she was named interim superintendent…
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WCTV Scholarship

Each year, WCTV hands out scholarships to graduating Wilmington seniors, usually to students who are pursuing a degree in a communications field or who have spent time volunteering at the station throughout their high school tenure. The scholarship is up to $1,500 and is awarded after the student completes the first semester of college.  It…
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Candidates Night 2017

Candidates Night 2017 is quickly approaching. It's your best chance to hear from the candidates for Wilmington Selectmen and School Committee on the major issues ahead of the April 22nd town election. Candidates Night will be held on Tuesday, April 4th from WCTV's studio. The evening is sponsored by the Wilmington/Tewksbury Chamber of Commerce, WCTV,…
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New Ways To Watch WCTV

We are excited to announce two new ways to watch WCTV programming online.  They impact recent programs and archived content Video On Demand Looking for the most recent WCTV videos?  Whether it be a studio program, a Wilmington event or a municipal meeting, the place to find it is now WCTV.org (this website!)  Look for…
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New Podcast Details

Last year, WCTV launched a podcast studio to help producers create content specifically for that platform. What’s a podcast? The simplest explanation is that it’s radio on-demand. Rather than tuning into a radio station to hear your favorite shows, you can listen to them anytime as a program, usually through apps like SoundCloud or iTunes.…
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Bridging the Digital Divide

Host Lisa Kapala sits down with Wilmington Memorial Library Technology Librarian Brad McKenna to talk about tech-related issues... from the history of certain devices to buying guides for consumers. [soundcloud url="https://api.soundcloud.com/playlists/305507350" params="auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true" width="100%" height="450" iframe="true" /]
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Programming Upgrades

To Our WCTV Viewers: We are in the midst of a upgrade to our playback and online video-on-demand system.  When complete, we hope it'll give our viewers a better experience on both television and the web.  While full details are coming once the system launches, here are some hurdles we have to get through first:…
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Introducing Our New Set(s)!

We are very excited this week to show off new studio set pieces.  They are professional looking panels that will now serve as the primary backgrounds for WCTV studio productions.  While it's visually pleasing for the viewer, it's also a cool production tool for our volunteers, who will be able to rearrange the panels to…
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Thanks For The Support!

The past week calls for a lot of “thanks” to the community. Last Saturday, WCTV held its annual Donations from the Heart food drive at Market Basket to benefit the Wilmington Food Pantry.  The weather was not exactly cooperating.  Persistent snow made for poor driving conditions and after our first hour, our donation bin looked…
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