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Town meetings taped by NHTV are available on the official Town of North Haven website, after they have aired on NHTV2 Government Television. To see the current catalog of available meetings,
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NHTV is offering high quality DVD's of the North Haven High School Class of 2013, as well as classes of 1985, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011 and 2013 Commencement Ceremonies. The DVD comes in a commemorative DVD case with exclusive NHHS artwork, including a picture of North Haven High School. These DVD's make great gifts for students, parents, grandparents and other family and friends, especially those who were unable to attend the graduation ceremony. The cost per DVD is:* $20.00 if you pick up your DVD at NHTV's studios and offices on Washington Avenue in North Haven. *$25.00 if would like the DVD mailed.
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For over 60 years, New England Clam Chowder was part of the tradition of the North Haven Fair. In 2011, NHTV brought back that tradition by popular demand when New England Clam Chowder returned to the very pavilion where for years one could sit and relax with a nice bowl of soup. As in 2012, NHTV once again presented the NHTV Old Fashioned Chowder Booth at the fair, September 5-8, 2013. Featured foods were New England Clam Chowder, Corn Chowder, Eggplant Parm or Meatball Parm on a Hard Roll, Meatballs on A Stick, Hot Pretzels, Pies and Beverages.
NHTV Chowder Booth Fundraiser: Success at 2013 North Haven Fair
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North Haven SAAC-SADD Student PSA Airs In Rave Cinemas, NHTV & Internet
The North Haven Diamond Center
NHTV recently partnered with the North Haven High School SADD (Students Against Destructive Decisions) and the Town of North Haven Substance Abuse Action Council (SAAC) to produce a public service announcement (PSA) that airs on NHTV and, over the summer of 2012, at the beginning of all movies shown at the Rave Cinemas 12 in North Haven.
Some of the NHTV Crew at Old Fashioned Chowder Building at the 2012 North Haven Fair.
Courtesy: Meriden Record-Journal
It was a cold, winter's night in 1957. One that would get even colder, as Joseph Taborsky and Authur Culombe committed cold-blooded murder with the killing of Bernard and Ruth Speyer of Meriden, who made the fatal mistake of stopping to get some shoes for their son, Robert, a nineteen year-old student at New England Conservatory of Music in Boston. A documentary is in production that will chronicle the string of six murders that terrorized the State of Connecticut. If you have memories of the crimes, or photos or clippings, please call NHTV at 203-234-0025 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
Jan. 5, 1957, the day after the "Mad Dog" murders, the former Caso’s Shoe Drive In, Washington Avenue, North Haven (now demolished).
Documentary on North Haven "Mad Dog" Murders Being Produced
NHTV Satellite Programming
NHTV Receives $71,839.74 Grant to Purchase New TV Production Equipment for Public, Educational and Government Access Channels
NHTV recently received a grant in the amount of $71,839.74 from the State of Connecticut to purchase various new TV production equipment. Some of the equipment is earmarked for NHTV's main studio facility, as well as the NHTV2 Government TV channel and the NHETV Educational Access Channel at North Haven High School. New 16x9 format TV monitors will replace older 4x3 TV monitors, plus new TV production equipment for the NHTV Remote TV Production Truck will be added. Also, the NHETV facility at North Haven High School will receive a new Leightronix Nexus Automation System, which plays programming on-air from video servers, which will replace antiquated VHS and DVD technology. The NHTV Government TV channel will receive new Panasonic AG-HMC80 Portable HD Camcorders for use in taping on-location Town meetings, as well as a PEG Vault to enable live telecasts of town meetings. Also, new internal video networking will be upgraded at the NHTV studio.
Right/Below: Pictures of various new
equipment to be purchased as a result of the PEGPETIA grant.
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.