Friday, 15 December 2017 10:30

Education Channel Update

Written by Director of Government and Educational Media

NewTV's annual $1,000 scholarship award is given to a high school senior pursuing a college degree in communications, television, or film. Eligible applicants will be considered from both Newton high schools and one finalist will be chosen from Newton North and Newton South. The winners will be announced at NewTV's Red Carpet Awards held on Wednesday, March 21, 2018.

Friday, 08 December 2017 10:01

New Site for the New Year

Written by Shelly Kamanitz, Director of Marketing and Creative Services

Among the many marketing tools an organization uses to communicate, its website is its most essential. It is the landing place with “one-stop shopping” for all information about the organization.                                                        

Friday, 01 December 2017 11:29

Favorite Finales

Written by NewTV Staff Members


When you become invested in a television show and find out it is going to end, whether it is because it has been cancelled or because the creative team has decided the story has run its course, you hope for a satisfying ending. A good finale means something different for every show and it might mean something different for each viewer. Below, the NewTV staff members share their favorite television show finales and explain their reasoning.

Tuesday, 21 November 2017 14:15

Ten Years of Changes at NewTV

Written by Andrew Eldridge, Co-Director of Original Programming

This past August, I celebrated my ten-year anniversary of working at NewTV. It’s crazy to think of all the changes that have happened here at the station, so let’s take a trip down memory lane and look at the technical transformation that has occurred.

Thursday, 09 November 2017 13:07

Double Trouble? Twitter Expands Character Limit to 280

Written by Jessica Leff, Digital Marketing Specialist

A big change hit the Twitterverse this week when most users saw their character limit expand from 140 to 280. This concept was introduced in September, when a select group of users were allowed to start tweeting with 280 characters. Now, everyone is eligible, unless they are using the site in Japanese, Korean or Chinese. This is the first time Twitter has changed their character limit since launching in 2006.

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