CCTV Productions: Event Coverage & Webstreaming

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CCTV Productions is the award winning video production unit of CCTV's Center for Media & Democracy located in Burlington, Vermont. From event coverage and webstreaming, to public service announcement videos, we produce media that educates, animates, and inspires people to get involved with your cause.

Clients include nonprofit organizations, community projects, public agencies, and businesses that understand the impact of inventive, high-quality video services within your budget.

Meghan O'Rourke would be happy to discuss your next project and provide media consultations. Contact him at 802.862.1645 x16 or morourke [at] cctv [dot] org. Be sure to check out some of our recent projects and our PSA reel!  Click on these links to see examples of customized landing pages for live webstreaming clients:  St. Joseph's Cathedral - Bishop Conye Installation and Madison-Deane Initiative.

P.S. - We now offer Event Facilitation for your next meeting! Call us to find out more.

Let's Grow Kids Press Conference 04/25/2014

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Job Posting: Video Support Engineer at CCTV/Channel 17/ Town Meeting Television

CCTV is looking for a creative problem solver with hands on experience in video engineering and desk top support to provide technical services to CCTV & Town Meeting Television. The Video Engineer works with the Systems Engineer to run our current multi-media operations and deliver local public affairs media in a post-cable world. The successful candidate will have strong skills and experience managing business information technology functions including some MySQL/MariaDB database administration, financial systems, CRM, desktop support, website CMS troubleshooting and maintenance, Google Apps administration, telephone and video conferencing.

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