the living art of storytelling in Massachusetts
On May 1st, 2011, Cambridge Community Television will participate in the 27th Annual MayFair celebration in Harvard Square by featuring a Video Storytelling Booth from noon until 6 pm.
Got a story to tell? CCTV invites anyone to come and share stories, anecdotes, and jokes for our cameras in celebration of MayFair. The spirit of Public Access encourages the public to let their voices be heard. The Video Storytelling Booth will be enclosed with a curtain to allow for a personal element to each story.
Stories will air on Cambridge Community Television in a video collage. Participants will be notified when each segment airs on CCTV’s channels.
About CCTV: Established in 1988, CCTV operates channels 9, 10, and 22 on the cable system in Cambridge. As a public forum for Cambridge residents, businesses and organizations, all programming is either produced or sponsored by Cambridge residents, and includes local news coverage, politics, music, cultural affairs, and international programming. As a community center, CCTV provides a variety of ways for residents to become involved, such as the Drive-by-Gallery, numerous media production classes, the Youth Media Program, Computers for Seniors classes, and more.
For more information about CCTV’s Video Storytelling Booth, contact Jean-Paul DiSciscio at 617.661.6900 ext. 128, or email email@example.com.