Learn how to create programming for community access television in Keego Harbor, Orchard Lake, Sylvan Lake, or West Bloomfield during evening classes planned in September at West Bloomfield High School.
Residents in all four communities can submit programming for cablecast on Comcast’s community access channel.
Two classes, Sept. 23 and 30, 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., are offered through the Greater West Bloomfield Cable Communications Commission and West Bloomfield Community Education. Instruction will be provided in shooting video, editing that video into a finished program, and preparing your program for submission to Comcast and other venues, with the primary focus on the editing process.
“The Cable Commission is delighted to offer this community service to our residents who are interesting in producing community television," said Anne Dziuba of Orchard Lake, chairperson of the Commission’s Community Programming Committee. “We look forward to connecting with Greater West Bloomfield residents and helping them connect with each other through cable television.”
The class is free, and those interested can register on-line at wbcommed.org. Look for “Video Editing” under Enrichment Programs.
Any questions regarding the class should be directed to the Cable Commission at 248-682-6532.