November 28, 2021

Lights, Camera, Parks

The Miami Valley Communications Council (MVCC) is collaborating with the West Carrollton Parks and Recreation Department to bring the fun and activity of television production to its residents. In February 2022, West Carrollton residents can sign up for the new program Lights, Camera, Parks through the city’s parks department This one-day event is an exciting way for families to see (and participate) in making local television.

MVCC hopes to expand this program to other cities in 2022. For more information, contact Liberty Lord at ten.ccvm@droll.

Lights, Cameras, Parks!

Here’s your chance to see how television is made, with a behind-the-scenes tour of the Miami Valley Communications Council’s TV studio. Along the way, you can learn how to run a camera, try out a virtual set and green screen room, and see how podcasts are made. Best of all, this technology is available at no cost for anyone interested in making videos (you can find out how!) This parks program is the perfect winter project for adults and kids of all ages. Parents are asked to please remain with children for this program.

Date:                     Wednesday, February 23

Time:                     6:30pm-8:00pm

Location:              MVCC, 1195 East Alex Bell Rd, Centerville

Cost:                      $5 per family

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