Falmouth Community TV Seeks Summer Interns

Applications due May 19th

Falmouth, MA - March 7, 2019 - Falmouth Community Television (FCTV) is seeking four interns for the summer of 2019. FCTV internships are hands on and require a basic working knowledge of camera, audio and lighting equipment. Interns will assist in the production of FCTV Exclusives, short news stories to be cablecast on FCTV’s Public Channel 13, as well as various FCTV productions like Commodores baseball games and “Falmouth in Focus,” FCTV’s news magazine program. Interns may also assist with youth programs, production seminars, and supporting member productions.

The ideal candidate has video production experience and a strong work ethic. He or she should be well organized and willing to learn. Editing experience is a plus.

Interns are required to work a minimum of 10 hours a week and must be able to start by June 20th. We prefer earlier if possible. If interested, please send applications to Allen Russell, Production and Education Coordinator at [email protected] . Applications are due by May 19th, 2019. The application can be found on fctv.org under “About Us” then “Downloadable Forms.”

Falmouth Community Television (FCTV) is a nonprofit community media center that fosters the production and distribution of local information. FCTV provides access to training, technology and content to encourage community dialogue, awareness and expression. To see upcoming classes, to view all channel programming, and to stay informed, please visit FCTV’s website at www.fctv.org , LIKE Falmouth Community Television on Facebook and subscribe to FCTV’s YouTube and Twitter feeds.

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