Thursday, November 1, 2012
At their open house last week, the Westford CAT crew celebrated new lighting equipment that will save several thousand dollars in energy costs.
Westford's been focused on getting its power back over the past few days, last week the focus at Westford CAT was conserving power and saving money while doing it. Here are some photos from the station's open house where they celebrated savings on their new studio upgrade.
Friday, June 22, 2012
Westford's public access television station held its annual board meeting on Thursday night.
Westford Community Access Television, better known as Westford CAT, gathered at their studios on Groton Road to commemorate what Westford CAT president Ira Keltz described as a significant year of growth for the organization. Members of the audience were asked for ideas on how to improve the station over the next year while also receiving news that Nashoba Valley Technical High School may increase its presence with the station. The meeting's annual election saw changes on the group's board of directors as Kurt Carlson stepped down while Debbie Ryan returned for another term. Keltz and members of the board also voted to leave spaces open for potential future liasons from the School Committee and Westford Academy. Following the formal …
Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Westford's public access channel is looking for new producers from those who live and work in town over the next month.
Anyone looking to create their own television show in Westford need look no further than Route 40. Westford Community Access Television, better known as Westford CAT, has begun its latest producer training program, which will continue for the next three weeks. The trainings, which generally occur four times a year, are open to anyone who lives or works in Westford seeking to learn about video production as well as those who might hope to produce or star in their own cable television show in fulfilling their mission to help local residents spread their message to the community. "These are lifelong skills we can teach to people of any age from seventh graders to 70-year-olds," said Ira Keltz, Westford CAT president. "We encourage many people…