Annual Program underwriting sought for In Two Languages En Dos Idiomas; a literacy project using television. The promotion of this initiative is a collaborative effort between the Spanish Community of Wallingford (SCOW) and WPAA-TV. The same Global and Technology News programs are scheduled as Community TV consecutively in both English and Spanish. Details can be seen here: http://wpaa.tv/in-two-languages/
The program provides informing content and supports new language learners. SCOW plays In Two Languages on its lobby TV weekdays. TV program information has been shared with all local ESL Programs. Students are encouraged to watch in the summer to help retain language skills.
The producer/distributor of content is Deutsche Welle (DW). From 2013 through 2016 DW underwrote the content distribution method for all content. Effective 2017 content management costs for local distribution of Spanish content require a local underwriter. ION Bank made this commitment for 2017.
Maintaining the Spanish component of this initiative includes annual content rights/acquisition fees of $850 US. The project requires 3-4 hours administrative support weekly. Additional underwriting promotion would require development of 15 hrs minimum at a rate of $15 per hour.
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All WPAA-TV content is played on the Internet so while it is TV it can be seen on all Internet capable devices including mobile from our home page. www.wpaa.tv
In an Internet
connected world, can or should Community Access Television as we know it, be
sustained? Yes and No.
If the Internet is ubiquitous and free to all in the near future, will the following personal aspects of local television still be desirable?
Community Access is the delivery system for hyperlocal content: content important to the shut‐in who cannot attend church, commuter who cannot attend a public meeting, a child proud of their report shared with everyone in town, immigrants learning a new language, new homeowners learning about their community. It is people agreeing and disagreeing about what makes-a-difference to them locally where they still have the potential to influence outcomes.
Yes, the Internet should change Community Access TV by being another tool for delivery. What it cannot be or replace is the potential to gather, teach, discuss and share what is local based on the reasonable needs and qualities of a community. Hundreds of volunteers and organizations are connected through a viable Community Media System. Youth can discover, learn and experiment; and elders can stay connected in what would hopefully be a community hub that is more vital today because what can be created as TV can be shared as Social Media and distributed additionally via the Internet. Locally WPAA-TV and Community Media Center is prepared to be that hub.
Our core program is creation of citizen media from idea to execution as TV content. Everyone who walks through the door has different levels of prior training in video production and storytelling ranging from none to some college credit and aspiring filmmakers. Staff schedules one-on-one time to help each prospective producer reach some level of confidence with the tools and execution of their individual plan. More information can be found here: http://wpaa.tv/make-tv/
Number of programs produced as reported annuallyto the Dept. Of Public Utilities. In 2012, Total 21 trainees and 167 hrs. All Projects completed.Number of articles in local paper.
THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Bylaws be redrafted to be compatible with restated purpose and Articles of Incorporation, and establish a sustainable governance framework suitable to managing property and assets in the interest of community media; and
THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Wallingford Public Access Association, Inc. do business as WPAA-TV and Community Media Center.
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