NHTV is happy to provide free tours of its studios to Girl Scout and Boy Scout packs, civic organizations and individuals.
Call us at 234-0025 or
e-mail us at: email@example.com
for more info!
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Office Appointments are strongly suggested.
Studio/Editing reservations are required.
NHTV Thanks The Following Corporate Sponsors & Supporters
The Mohegan Tribal Council
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The North Haven Diamond Center
NHTV is looking for interns to learn television production while assisting others in producing community TV programs. High school students are able to complete community service hours. Additionally, college students can earn credits by participating in NHTV's internship program. NHTV interns have gone on to work in the industry at such places as ESPN, A&E, WCBS-TV, MTV, TRU-TV, etc. Interns gain tremendous experience by participating in this free program. CLICK HERE for more information on the program, or call 203-234-0025.
North Haven Cub Scouts Den # 803
Visit NHTV's Studios.
Members of North Haven Cub Scouts Tiger Den #803 recently paid a visit to NHTV's studios to learn all about TV production and how TV stations function. In addiiton to seeing the Master Control Room where all of NHTV's programming originates, they thoroughly enjoyed the demonstration in the studio of the use of chromakey, also known as "green-screen" or "blue-screen." NHTV always welcomes boy scouts, girl scouts and the general public to tour the studios. For more info, call NHTV at 203-234-0025.
New Substance Abuse Show on NHTV
Michael Freda, North Haven First Selectmen, recently hosted the first in a series of programs focusing on substance abuse in North Haven. The first program, "Substance Abuse Focus," highlighted early warning signs parents should watch for that could indicate substance abuse problems exist with their children. CLICK HERE to read the excellent New Haven Register article. You can watch the program on NHTV or online here at NHTV.COM
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NHTV remembers Kevin Tennyson, 49, who passed away on September 14, 2014 in a fire at his home. Kevin was involved at NHTV since 1987, when he began co-producing the hot rod show "Cruisin' Magazine," with Walter Mann. Throughout the years, Kevin produced many other shows on his own, such as programs focusing on the history or New Haven professional hockey (Nighthawks, Blades, Ramblers, etc.). Kevin had a passion for nostalgia and collected many unique items from yesteryear. Most recently, he served as Treasurer of NHTV. As a way of paying tribute to Kevin, NHTV will be running a marathon of programing Kevin produced or co-produced, on Saturday, September 27 on NHTV (Comcast 18, AT&T 99). CLICK HERE for detailed show times.
NHTV Remembers Longtime Producer and North Haven Resident Kevin Tennyson
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NHTV's Annual Fresh Fruit Fundraiser Now In Progress
NHTV's Annual Fresh Fruit Fundraiser is now underway! It's your chance to get fresh Florida Ruby Grapefruit and Navel Oranges just in time for Christmas!