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Video Production

CONNECTING OUR COMMUNITY.

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What We Do

WCTV produces content for a Wilmington audience and seeks out producers from the community. It is a welcoming place for students interested in multimedia production and WCTV works with the school department on content and training. The facility is open to the public and welcoming of new ideas and new members.

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Our Mission

For the past 35 years, WCTV has been empowering filmmakers, young and old, to tell their stories, teaching them the technical and creative concepts of media production. We pride ourselves in giving back to the community who has given us so much over the years - through our youth program, Wildcat TV, and so much more.

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Event Coverage

WCTV produces programs at no charge for local events and organizations when the content is pertinent to the community. Click below to learn more or to request coverage.

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Take Part

Interested in becoming a producer with our free membership program? We offer training to Wilmington locals with state-of-the-art equipment. Plus, we're always looking for helping hands to put programs on the air.

Our Goals

Offer our community a helpful & creative environment

Continue funding our station through charitable donations

Inspire others through the art of filmmaking & multimedia

T E S T I M O N I A L S

"I can confidently say that being involved with WCTV programs for youth has had a significant impact on my life. Currently, I serve as the student coordinator for the Stonehill College Media Technology Department. I was both interested in the job, and confident enough in my media skills to apply for the job, and it has opened significant doors for me. I fully credit WCTV for giving me that experience and confidence, as well as inspiring my interest in visual media. I'm very fortunate and proud to live in a community that supports its public access station."

Hayden Kane, Former WCTV Youth Volunteer

2024 in Numbers

230+

Videos Produced

70+

Podcasts Recorded

229

Members

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