Wednesday, August 27, 2014

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What is Watertown Community Access?

Besides providing a TV channel for Watertown residents, The Watertown Community Access Center serves the community through coverage of community events, meetings, political forums and the production of series programs. WCAC also offers classes in basic and advanced television production. Whether you are looking for quality local programming, coverage of government meetings, a list of upcoming events in town, or training to make your own television program, WCAC is here to serve you. Our programming is produced entirely by Watertown residents and volunteers for Watertown residents! For more information, please visit our Frequently Asked Questions page.

WWN is looking for News Anchors

Have you ever been watching the evening news and thought to yourself, that looks like fun, I wish I could do that! Well, now's your chance! Watertown Community Access Center is looking for Anchors for the weekly news program, Watertown Weekly News. No experience is necessary, just a positive attitude.

All applications will be considered, and everyone will have a chance to be on TV. The Community Access Center is here for the residents of Watertown to participate in the world of television, and anchoring for the news is a great way to start. Anchors will read stories, introduce segments, and talk about current events in Watertown. Once again, no experience is necessary, and we will provide all the necessary training.

Candidates have to be available from 6:30 pm to 7:45 pm on Thursday nights. For information on how to get involved, or to be considered, email News Producer Dan Hogan at This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it . We look forward to you joining our News Team here at WCAC.

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New hours for members and volunteers!

Effective August 29th, WCAC will be open to members and volunteers from 2:30pm-8pm, Monday through Thursday and 2:30pmm-5pm on Fridays. Please call ahead to book your studio or edit suite time, as WCAC does not take walk-ins. If you have any questions, please call us at 617.923.8610.

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The Sound Lounge

The Watertown Community Access Center today announced it is actively seeking musical artists who are interested in participating in a new program spotlighting bands, spoken word artists and other musicians.
As long as the music is original, it doesn’t matter if you perform a cappella, bebop, folk, heavy metal, spoken word or opera; all are encouraged to participate in WCAC’s new program, ‘The Sound Lounge’.
“Because of copyright laws, we can only spotlight bands, vocalists and artists who perform original pieces,” said Tamarah Green, Executive Director of Watertown Cable Access Center. “So if you write your own material, ‘The Sound Lounge’ will be a platform for you to share your art with others.”
“’The Sound Lounge’ will feature a new musical talent each episode where artists come to WCAC’s studio and perform either in front of a live audience or just the crew. The choice is yours,” said Nick Dulchinos, Production Coordinator at WCAC. “Either way, it will provide a great venue for bands and artists to showcase their talent”.
For more information on ’The Sound Lounge’, contact Nick Dulchinos at 617-923-8610 or email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it .

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