Grafton – Members of Judy Dadah’s Grafton High School Television Production II class recently toured the Grafton Community Television (GCTV) studios.
The students, two juniors and four seniors, are part of a new second-semester class following on the school’s television production and video production classes. Students were selected for the advanced class because of their interest and skill in scriptwriting, producing, writing music, organization, attention to detail and cinematography.
Seniors Noah Arnold, Tanner Manzello, Matt David and Lauren Esper along with juniors Theresa Romaniec and Jessica Harrington were hosted by GCTV Public Access Coordinator Kris McMullin. During the 90-minute visit the students were shown the various production sets, lights and cameras that GCTV uses to produce its in-studio programs for cable access television.
“We host many group tours at the studio, but it’s special when those visiting have a specific interest in television and video production,” McMullin said. “Judy’s students were very attentive and asked very good questions.”
Grafton Community Television provides programming on three distinct public access channels in Grafton over the Charter Communications and the Verizon cable systems. Monthly schedules for Grafton Community Television channels can be found at www.GraftonTV.org.