Want to be a part of the fun?
Join our Crew!
The production of a television program, recording an audio CD, creating the sound design for a theatrical performance, or the recording of a musical soundtrack for a film takes a lot of work and a lot of talented people. Without the skills, enthusiasm, and time of our respected volunteer crew, we wouldn't be able to produce the quality programs we do.
So why do people volunteer to work with us? And why do we do it for free? For two reasons. First it's a lot of fun, especially when you see your program broadcast over the air or on DVD, and secondly, it's a great educational experience.
Did you ever want to learn how to operate a professional television camera? Ever wanted to direct a multi-camera show, or design and light a set? Would you like to learn how to professionally mic a musical group, or operate a mixing board? How about multi-track audio recording? Digital video editing? Production of a DVD or CD? Or perhaps you're a photographer that's interested in taking still photos of the production? And more importantly, do you want to have fun at the same time?
If you've ever thought about producing your own television show, this can be a great place to learn how to do it. Since our productions are non-commercial and are broadcast on public access television, we rely on volunteers to help with our productions. But we also understand that each person has their own personal interests in the different aspects of a production, such as audio, camera operator, set design, lighting, directing, etc. So we will not ask you to simply "crew" for us (another word for production assistant), unless that is what you want to do. We will assign you to the area(s) of your interest and assist you in mastering those skills.
We are currently looking for camera operators who enjoy working with musical acts. Camera work for musical performances is very fluid and active, with many more pans and zooms than a typical television show. The camera operator is usually (ideally) picking and composing shots without much specific direction from the director. If camera work for musical acts appeals to you, we are very interested in talking with you.
Contact us via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. Let us know what areas of production you're interested in.