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We are excited to welcome you (slowly) back to WCCA TV and hope you begin to produce/edit your program again at our station.
During Phase I. we may have to alter studio hours and staff availability. Access will be by appointment only. Please contact your WCCA TV Production facilitator (Frank, Adam, Jen or Bill) to schedule production time(s).
Studio procedures have been modified to accommodate a safe, clean, and nearly touchless production process. Space in our studio will be limited to a total of four persons including camera operators. Staff and volunteer users will clean and disinfect all work areas thoroughly before and after each use. Our facilitators will explain and train you on the details in person. WCCA will not make water or bottled water available. No food is allowed in equipment rooms unless authorized by Management.
Interviews and other content may be conducted in the studio predicated upon the State Phase 1 protocols in studio or via Skype or Zoom
We have made the edit rooms single use only. Persons editing must bring their own headphones. The same hygiene standards apply during use of these rooms, and they must be scheduled in advance.
Staff and volunteer users will clean and disinfect all work areas thoroughly before and after each use.
Staff and community volunteers & guests will wear face mask at all times, where physical distancing is not possible
To reserve your time, contact 508-755-1880.
If you, or anyone you have been in contact with, are experiencing any of the following symptoms; Fever or Feverish, Cough, Sore Throat, Shortness of Breath, Unusual Fatigue, Chills, Body Aches, we ask that you stay home and call us at 508-755-1880 to reschedule.
All staff and WCCA TV members will be required to maintain social distancing at all times. Spacing between persons should be at least six feet.
Please limit any belongings that you bring with you. We ask that you either leave your coat and purse in the car or keep it on your lap if possible.
Please do not bring any visitors with you, including your children, to the studio at this time. This will help us limit the number of people in the studio to help us meet protocol capacity.
Please sanitize your hands when entering the studio, after using the restroom, or after touching your face. Sanitize them by either using hand sanitizer or by properly washing using soap and water.
We will require that you wear a mask and gloves when editing. We ask that you wear a mask that secures behind the ears. WCCA does not supply gloves or mask.
Please do not bring outside beverages or food in to the studio or edit suites.
We ask for your patience and understanding during this time as we are working quickly and very diligently to be both accommodating and conscientious to your needs.
We are incorporating extensive new and improved sanitation practices into every aspect of our operation.
We appreciate your kindness and support during this difficult time in history.
Mauro DePasquale, Executive Director
Dear WCCA TV Members and Supporters;
On behalf of all of the WCCA TV Staff, Board and Volunteers, we want to thank for your continued support and participation.
The health and well-being of you and our staff is of the utmost importance to us. Due to the seriousness regarding the spread of this dangerous Covid-19 virus, we ask that if you’re feeling sick or experience symptoms in any way (fever, cough, congestion, etc.), PLEASE reschedule your appointments and Studio production activities.
If you come to the Studio Facility and are sick or exhibit symptoms, we will politely ask you to reschedule your appointments for a later date after April 17, 2020. Whereas Pandemic Emergency procedures are asking for a minimal of 5+ feet social distancing between individuals, only one person will be allowed in edit suites and control rooms at a time unless for a necessary need.
News and information and steps needed to address this COVID-19 situation changes every day, which means our work flow will be subject to change daily. We appreciate your patience and understanding.
WCCA TV is dedicated to providing update information and links to the most reliable professional resources to you on Cable channel 194, at wccatv.com and wccatv.com/blogs, and on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram feeds.
WCCA TV is doing its best to ensure the Studio Facility is sanitary place and we want to help keep everyone safe and informed. City of Worcester website
Thank you for your cooperation. Together we will get through this.
Mauro DePasquale, Executive Director, WCCA TV 3/16/20
The WCCA studio will be closed on Monday February 17th in observance of Presidents Day.
The WCCA TV studio will be closed Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. Merry Christmas everyone!
Due to severe weather conditions WCCA TV will be closed Tuesday December 17,2019. All production , workshops, and training scheduled for today is cancelled. We will reschedule productions ASAP pending studio availability.
The WCCA studio will be closed on Monday November 11, 2019 in observence of Veterans Day.
The WCCA TV Studio will be closed on July 4th and 5th.
Happy Birthday America!
WCCA and FMG present
YOUR COOL for JUNE
CENTRAL MASS JAZZ FEST 2019
An affordable destination event that is fun for the whole family!
JUNE 22, 2019 starting at 12:00 noonA FULL DAY of credible celebrity jazz artists. A unique experience not found anywhere in Central Massachusetts. It’s about the music. AMERICA’s MUSIC. A music that defines America’s rich history and promise of the future. A music that is diverse, where all instruments have a voice, celebrates Community, and provides a platform for artist to truly be free in their performance. FUN and ENGAGING: The morning offers a CMJF 5 K that starts and ends at the Park, followed by a full day of great music, and engaging activities, including a jazz clinic, artist exhibits, creative art activities, a host of cultural organizations including the Worcester Art Museum, and a strolling magician, and more. Relax on your blanket or beach chair and enjoy.
FREE FREE FREEAccess to the show is free, however we are encouraging people to bring one non-perishable food item to benefit the Worcester County Food Bank. Thanks to FMG our presenting sponsor and to all our gold sponsors for making this a true community collaborative to celebrate and make accessible music arts in Worcester. ABOUT WCCA TV Proceeds to benefit non-profit WCCA TV YOUR community public access television center. WCCA TV is your television arts center and public service that gives everyone access to multiple media channels and outlets to: freely express themselves and share stories, promote events and organizations, kick start business and elevate entrepreneurship; to celebrate free speech; to LEARN CREATE, and CONNECT with Worcester and the World. WCCA TV 194 and at wccatv.com. For more visit www.centralmassjazzfest.com KIRBY FOUNDATION Worcester Family Eye Care www.wccatv.com
Due to the oncoming storm the WCCA studio will be closed on Monday March 4, 2019. Stay warm and watch us on Worcester cable channel 194 and streaming at wccatv.com