Falmouth Community TV to Host PSA Day

September 10th - For non-profits

FALMOUTH, MA - Falmouth Community Television is hosting a PSA Day on Tuesday, September 10th for any nonprofit organization as a day dedicated to the production of public service announcements. FCTV offers this service as a means of assisting local organizations and community groups in communicating their mission and services.

All PSA’s will be edited in full HD and cablecast on Public Access Channel 13, also viewable on FCTV’s social media and website. In addition, FCTV encourages groups to use these PSA’s for their own promotional purposes. PSA Day is an opportunity for nonprofit organizations to have a professionally produced short public service announcement created for them to help promote their mission and services.

Participants should come prepared with a well-rehearsed, short script no longer than two minutes in length to be read in front of a green screen in FCTV’s state-of-the-art studio located at 310 Dillingham Avenue. Participants are strongly encouraged to provide supplementary photos, logos, or video content to create a truly engaging finished product.

The fees to participate are $25.00 for FCTV Organizational Members and $125.00 for Non-Organizational Members. This fee covers the production of one PSA. Additional PSA’s may be added for $25 each.

Time-slots are available in half-hour increments between 12:30 PM and 6:30 PM. To schedule a time slot, please contact Andrew Richards, Membership and Outreach Coordinator, via email ( [email protected] ) or by phone, 508-457-0800, ext. 104. All scheduling will be done on a first-come, first-served basis. Please reserve your time slot before September 5th.

The new Falmouth Community Media Center is located at 310 Dillingham Ave, easily accessible by Rose Morin Lane. The new entrance is located just behind FCTV’s former offices and studio.

For more information, contact Andrew Richards, Membership and Outreach Coordinator, at 508-457-0800 or email [email protected]

Falmouth Community Television (FCTV) is a nonprofit community media center that fosters the production and distribution of local information. FCTV provides access to training, technology and content to encourage community dialogue, awareness and expression. For more information about FCTV’s services, classes, programming and events, visit www.fctv.org or their Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/FalmouthCommunityTelevision/


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