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WHCA’s Public Channel
WHCA’s public channel (Channel 9 on you cable television)is available in both Whitman & Hanson. There you will find all sorts of content made by and for your neighbors. Did you know public access stations work similarly to a public libraries? Thats right, you simply sign out the equipment under your name, and go film, then air what you create on our public access channel!
WHCA staff members are here to help and can walk you though your first time(s) using the equipment. To get started on creating your own show, or to be a guest on a preexisting show, head to our “Connect” tab! Below are just a few of our Public shows.
WHCA’s Public Access Shows
WHCA’s mission is “to provide content and opportunities which inform, enlighten and entertain members of the Whitman Hanson community through access to modern technology, equipment, facilities, and training”. This means we are here to serve you, the members of our community, by providing access to our facilities training and programming. Here’s some of the shows you’ll find on WHCA.
This photo features Paul Crimi of World of Art. World of Art is produced by WHCA’s Kevin Tocci, typically in the WHCA studio.
This photo features Erin Johnson & one of her guest on her show Think Thank Television. This show is produced by Kevin Tocci and covers local topics that everyone is talking about.
This photo features Bill Bowls. He was featured in an episode of Outdoor Adventures. This show is WHCA staff produced, and Whitman & Hanson resident produced.
What’s on WHCA’s Public Channel this week?
Find the Public Channel Program guide here.
So, how do you get started in creating your own show?
Start planning you show. What is the concept? What equipment will you need to accomplish it? Do you need any training first?
This is the exciting step – start shooting your show! WHCA staff members can assist you with “how to’s” and guidance with your first shoot.
Now, it’s time to edit you show. You can schedule studio time at WHCA to edit with Final Cut Pro, or we can equip you with “how to” videos on free, at-home editing software such as iMovie (for Macs), or DaVinci Resolve.