From Dream to Reality: The Writer’s Dream Experience
Massapequa Park 6/09/2015 03:47 PM GMT (TransWorldNews)
On a very blustery day in April, 2011, I participated in a “Meet the
Author” event at the Riverhead, L.I. Library. The weather was so bad few
people showed up. I was kicking myself for making the long drive, and
filed this as another poorly attended author’s event. It ended up as the
most important event I’d attended that year.
Local access TV
works this way. To use the facilities of any broadcasting facility, you
must live in the viewing area, or have a sponsor who does, and will
state in writing with proof of residency that they want your show to
air. Then, you have to have a show. The show needs a producer, a
director and camera people. The “crew” must undergo training at the
studio, and be certified.
Local access studios have state of the art
recording and editing facilities. The Writer’s Dream, as you can see
from the two posts that follow, is an interview show. I needed an
interviewer and an interviewee, and certainly more than one. Using all
the resources at our disposal, we’ve come up with a stream of more than
You can find a local access station servicing your area. Just google local access stations in your state.
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