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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 WWE, ESPN, A&E, WCBS-TV, MTV, TRU-TV, Al Jazeera America, 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.
Television by and for
NHTV was proud to televise the final two home games of the North Haven Indians Football 2014 season! The Oct. 30th, 2014 game versus Hillhouse; and the Thanksgiving Day game versus Amity Regional were both televised. Coverage of these games is possible due to the support of Arnold's Jeweler's, the "North Haven Diamond Center." The games were aired on a tape-delayed basis. The games aired on "NHTV's Friday Night Football" on NHTV (Comcast 18, AT&T 99).
NHTV Televises Final Two 2014 Home Games of North Haven High School Football
to order NHHS
Indians -vs- Hillhouse
The Mohegan Tribal Council
NHTV Covers the Local Election LIVE:
A 25-Year Tradition Continues
Since 1989, NHTV has been providing LIVE coverage of the local elections,giving North Haven residents a "hyper-local" look focusing solely on the local elections that affect them the most. This year was no different, as anchor Teale Caliendo and in-studio analysts Walter Spader and John Lambert provided all the information that viewers have come to expect. As well, reporters Joe Vegliante and Lisa Annecharico reported from campaign headquarters. The program aired live on NHTV2 (Comcast 20, AT&T Frontier 99) or right here on NHTV.COM by using the video player to the right.
Indians -vs- Amity
NHTV Covers 2015 QCC North Haven State of the Town Address
NHTV Televises Final Two 2014 Home Games of Nor
NHTV covered the Quinnipaic Chamber of Commerce First Selectman's State of the Town Address. The event, took place February 20, 2015 at Fantasia in North Haven. Guest speak was Michael J. Freda, First Selectman, Town of North Haven. Freada covered the happenings in Town in 2014, and gave a preview of new developments ocurring in North Haven in 2015. Also speaking were Dee Prior-Nesti and Anthony Rescigno of the Quinnipiac Chamber of Commerce and the Greater New Haven Chamber of Commerce. You can view the event using the video player to the right.