What's Happening at PACTV

America's Hometown Thanksgiving Parade        

Thank you for watching the parade on PACTV!  The parade will replay on our Public Access Channel - Comcast 13 & Verizon 43 in Duxbury, Kingston, Pembroke (Comcast only) and Plymouth starting Thanksgiving day: 

Thursday, 11/26: 8am, 12pm, 4pm, and 8pm; 

Friday, 11/27: 9:00am, 2:00pm and 7:00pm; 

Saturday, 11/28: 11:00am, 4:00pm and 9:00pm; and 

Sunday, 11/29: 6:00pm.

Watch it online now:


Thanksgiving Parade Special by PACTV Community News: 

Carl Pratt 

We are deeply saddened by the loss of our friend and longtime producer, Carl Pratt. Carl showed us the true meaning of dedication, commitment, passion and perseverance in the 27 years he produced Video Sports Page. He informed our communities about young athletes and at the same time fulfilled his dream of being a sports broadcaster.  It was an honor working with him and he will be sorely missed.  

We replayed "1000 Episodes of the Video Sports Page" and "25 Years of the Video Sports Page" on the Public Access Channel last week. They are both below (on our YouTube Channel). These two specials celebrate and vividly illustrate the impact Carl has had on the local sports community and community television in our area.

New Classes at PACTV

We are offering three new classes, free to PACTV members this fall.  
Register now for Exploring Adobe Creative Cloud 2015 on December 1st at 6pm with Dan Rodriguez.  There will also be a workshop on Adobe Creative Cloud 2015 Post production Workflow on December 8th at 6pm with Dan Rodriguez.  More information.  Register Now

Youth Track 2015 Feature Films

Two groups of students (and one group of PACTV staff instructors) created short films recently at PACTV. Teens attended a Youth Track on 10/24/15 and were randomly put into two groups and given a "genre" bag that included directions, props and a genre.  Students wrote the plotline, developed storyboards, filmed and edited their films in less than 8 hours.  

The films include "Out" create by  PACTV staff (Ben Alexander, Erika Christensen and Caroline Garrett), "Destroy the Computer" by students Brendan Case and John Chilsom Jr. , and "The Bat" by students Noah Terranova, Lucas Barone and Jacob Barr.