Video Producer – Part-time

 Derry Community Television seeks a Video Producer to work part time, 29 hours a week.  You will operate video production and post-production equipment, perform on-camera interviews and voice-over work, recruit and coordinate talent for local programming, and assist the Station as needed.  Hourly pay ranges from $14 to $15 per hour;  there are no benefits available.  Applications may be downloaded from our website at www.derry-nh.org and submitted

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Welcome to the New Hampshire Coalition for Community Media Website

The NHCCM is a statewide, non-profit organization formed for the purpose of supporting and fostering Public, Educational and Government (PEG) access television in the state of New Hampshire. The group is comprised of access center managers, local producers and volunteers of all kinds who have an interest in promoting and preserving 1st Amendment Rights of Free Speech through PEG Access Television. The NHCCM usually meets the fourth Tuesday of each month.

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Video Producer – Part-time

 Derry Community Television seeks a Video Producer to work part time, 29 hours a week.  You will operate video production and post-production equipment, perform on-camera interviews and voice-over work, recruit and coordinate talent for local programming, and assist the Station as needed.  Hourly pay ranges from $14 to $15 per hour;  there are no benefits available.  Applications may be downloaded from our website at www.derry-nh.org and submitted

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President's Holiday Message

     My Fellow NHCCM Members, we have almost completed another year with many successes.  Many of our members have been helping out a lot in order to make the NHCCM more prominent and more known throughout the state, and New England region.

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NHCCM 2012 Winners: NH Community TV Stations Honor Their Own At NHCCM Honors Awards Event

CONCORD, NH:  It was a big day for New Hampshire PEG Access (Public, Education and Government) TV stations on Saturday, October 20th, when the New Hampshire Coalition for Community Media (NHCCM) held its inaugural NHCCM Honors Awards celebration at Concord High School. Hosted by Concord Community TV, the awards event provided the opportunity for community TV stations throughout the state to recognize volunteers, and producers who have made significant contributions to their media centers.

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Wolfeboro Community Television has new digs

Congratulations to Peter Pijoan and the folks at Wolfeboro Community Television for garnering a great story in the Union Leader on August 25th about their new studio. More

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