PUBLICIZE & PROMOTE
WHCA has great and cost effective ways to help you promote your upcoming event. Whether it’s placing a message on our electronic Community Bulletin Board (CBB) or creating a brief promotional video, WHCA can help you reach your audience. WHCA’s bulletin board announcements are shown on WHCA’s Public Access channels between programming, and these slides are also great for sharing on social media. To submit information or a slide for broadcast, simply send us the information right through our website or stop by with a flyer.
If you know of an upcoming event that you want to share with a larger audience? We can help you capture that moment and share it with the Whitman Hanson Community! Submit a Program Broadcast Application &/or contact us to set up an appointment for one-on-one training, whether it’s with your own camera or our (free) rental video equipment.
Have an idea for a show or a series? We would be happy to help you transform your concept into unique local programming for air on WHCA. You might consider getting started by submitting a Program Application form to help get your ideas on paper. Check out WHCA’s Starting Production Guide to learn about the process, then contact WHCA for more information!
Those who live, work or study in Whitman or Hanson are welcomed to sign up and receive production training from WHCA. Beginner-level training can be scheduled by appointment in the following areas: field production & shot composition, studio/control room production, and digital video editing with Final Cut Pro X. Advanced training options are also available; contact WHCA for more information.
Currently enrolled students who are studying television, video, or a related field may also consider a WHCA Internship. The program is designed to fit an individual’s particular availability and goals. Students who enrolled in this program will work alongside WHCA employees to capture community events or create their own programming for air on WHCA. Once an intern completes the program, they will have a better understanding of community media and a solid foundation in television/video production.