On Friday, WCTV announced scholarship details for Wilmington students headed to college in the fall. Each year, the station chooses one or more recipients who are either pursuing a degree in television/communications or who have been a member here at the station during their childhood. Applications are due May 15th. You can find the form here. Please share this among any students or parents who you think may be interested.
Wilmington Community Television is proud to offer a $1,500 college scholarship, available to Wilmington students seeking a degree in Television, Communications or related field. Students who have taken part in WCTV youth programs will also be considered, regardless of their major.
Students wishing to receive a WCTV scholarship should fill out the form below no later than May 15th. Our scholarship selection committee will review applications and award the recipient(s) on Scholarship Night: Friday, June 2nd at Wilmington High School.
There’s nothing quite like the excitement of live unscripted television, especially on an Election Night. WCTV’s coverage from Town Hall went for about 45 minutes Saturday Night and included not just the results, but also interviews with each of the 8 candidates on the ballot.
As it is every year, Room 9 at Town Hall (the usual meeting place for the Board of Selectmen) was transformed into an Election Night Headquarters for the candidates and the TV broadcast. There was an overflow crowd as people waited on Town Clerk Sharon George to read the numbers.
Attention Wilmington parents and kids! Wilmington Community Television is once again offering week-long summer workshops in television production. But for the first time ever, the program has been expanded to run 6 hours per day!
What does the program involve?
Children ages 9 to 14 are invited to sign up. Each day, from 9AM to 3PM, kids will learn the basics of TV. Specific skills include:
• Operating a Camera
• Planning Out a Project
• Writing a Script
• Non-Linear Editing