PR Consultant Anita Harris of Harris Communications Group reports that CCTV and Google reports that Cambridge TV and Google will offer computer training for Cambridge residents over age 50 .
To celebrate CCTV day on Sept 22, 2010, Cambridge Community Television will be videotaping in Harvard, Porter and Lechmere Squares, then showing the results on TV that evening.
I’m pleased to be speaking about New Cambridge Observer on a panel presented by Cambridge Community Television–and televised on Boston’s Channel Ten on April 13 at 6:30 pm!
Having completed an excellent three-evening course on Dreamweaver just this week at Cambridge Community Television in Central Square, I urge Cantabridgians to take part in one of the focus groups to be conducted in early October–all related to the Cambridge’s technology future and the role of Comcast, which, by law, sponsors CCTV, in the community.
Cambridge Community Television has once again received the Overall Excellence in Public Access Programming Award from the national Alliance for Community Media in its Hometown Video Festival.
I’ve taken several excellent courses at CCTV–in Dreamweaver, Excel, and MS Publisher; also on video shooting and editing. If you join, fees are nominal–you get $100 worth of courses for $55–less if you put in volunteer time; more if you’re not a Cambridge resident. Check it out!