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Get Hands-On Video Experience with BCAT's Video Voyagers

Burlington Cable Access Channel is looking for middle school students interested in learning about video production.

Do you know, or are you, a student who would like to get some hands-on experience in video production?

(BCAT) is excited to once again hold BCAT After School program “Video Voyagers” for Middle School students.  This program is free of charge.

Video Voyagers is for students in 6th through the 8th grade.  Video Voyagers meets every Wednesday from 3pm to 5pm at the BCAT studio starting September 12.

Video Voyagers is a program where participants learn about BCAT facilities and the basics of video production.  Video Voyagers is coordinated by BCAT Production Coordinators Cory McNeil and Tad Stephanak.  Participants are taught proper use of equipment, field and in-studio production.  Video Voyagers encourages participants to conceive and develop their own ideas and teaches them how to bring those ideas to life through video production. 

The videos are shot over the course of each school semester and edited into a television program for broadcast on BCAT, BCAT’s web site and BCAT’s YouTube channel.  Participants work both behind and in front of the camera, taking turns as director, camera operator, audio, talent, lighting and all around crew.  Regular support is given to all participants with a particular interest in any of aspect of production.

BCAT is located at , 123 Cambridge St. (entrance is located in the back of the school).

Contact BCAT for registration:  

Call BCAT at: 781-273-5922

Email: BCAT@BCATtv.org

BCAT After School activities are part of congruent BCAT training classes and programs designed to create interest in BCAT and foster an effort to provide Burlington residents with the knowledge and ability create their own programming.  BCAT welcomes Burlington residents of any age and regularly offers training classes ranging from Beginner to Advanced in all areas of production.

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