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Chippewa Valley Community Television

Address

800 Wisconsin Street, Mailbox 55
Building D2, Suite 405A
Eau Claire, WI 54703
website

Hours

Monday–Friday 10 a.m.–5 p.m.

Contact Information

Brad Hoffmann
phone  715-839-5067
e-mail  Brad@cvctv.org
contact hours 10 a.m. - 3 p.m.

Purpose of the Organization

Chippewa Valley Community Television (CVCTV) is a local, independent, nonprofit source of news, information and entertainment. We broadcast on cable 993 and 994, simulcast of 101.9FM and provide streaming video and video on-demand on CVCTV.org/video. CVCTV is an educational institution which specializes in training community producers to video--including all phases of pre-production, production, and post-production. Members can check out cameras and use the editing suite and the station.

Volunteer Opportunities Available

> Videography--use your camera skills or we will train you. You will have the opportunity to work on CVCTV productions, which include The Sue Orfield Show (music),Keeping it Green (gardening), Wisconsin BBQ (grillin'), Kids Get Fit, and many others recorded both on-location and in the studio.
> Pre and post production--how to set up shots, do a story board, then learn how to edit.
> Clerical and office work: We have mailing lists to maintain, filing, etc. ,
> Technical--if you have the skills, you can assist with repairing equipment.
> Communications: There are press releases, web content, appeal letters, newsletters, grant requests and many other writing tasks to be done.
You will be working with our experienced professional staff and other dedicated volunteers.

Categories

Arts
Environmental Concerns
Health and Fitness
History
Media