CCTV Gallery to Be Named for
Cambridge Filmmaker Karen Aqua

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Cambridge filmmaker and animator Karen Aqua died on May 30 at the age of 57 after a long battle with cancer. Her husband, musician Ken Field, and Karen’s mother Mrs. Herman Aqua and family have chosen to commemorate her by naming the gallery at CCTV in her memory. The Karen Aqua Gallery will showcase the work of local artists, and her work will be exhibited in a quiet seating corner at one end of the gallery.  CCTV is grateful that Ken and the Aqua family have chosen CCTV’s  Capital Campaign to honor Karen.

CCTV to Reopen with

Limited Services

CCTV Bug 2It’s time to come back! The finishing touches are not yet on, but we plan to reopen this coming Sunday, July 24
· computerCENTRAL will be open from 4-5:30 PM
· BeLive programs will resume from 4-9 PM
· The Edit Suites will be open
· Equipment reservation and checkouts will resume

On Monday, July 25

· Radio programs resume


General Hours of Operation will be from 2PM until 9PM until further notice.

Call for Entries: Fall ACM-NE
Video Festival
theater The Northeast Region of the Alliance for Community Media will host its 14th Annual Fall Video Festival this year and the call for entries has been issued.  This festival showcases the best community oriented programming produced in the PEG access television realm.  All pieces must have been produced after September 1, 2010, to be eligible for entry.  If you are a current CCTV member, we can sweeten the deal by covering 50% of your entry fee so long as you deliver your piece to CCTV with completed forms by August 5, 2011.  Entry fees are $35 for regular folks, $25 if you happen to be a member of the ACM, and only $12.50 if you are a member of CCTV and submit through us.

Make sure to read the rules , fill out the online entry form online entry form and get your program to CCTV by August 5 to get the discounted entry rate.

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