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The Value of Business Networking

Written by Noreen Moross, Director of Production Services

Merriam Webster defines networking as: the exchange of information or services among individuals, groups, or institutions; specifically: the cultivation of productive relationships for employment or business.

Ridding Your Electronics of Dust

Written by Eugene Foygelman, Production Coordinator

In my previous blog posts I wrote about various computer parts: how they work and how to select your next device. For this one I wanted to write about something important that’s affected my family, my friends and me and that’s dust.

 

So, you’re a member of NewTV and you’re creating some great content. Maybe you’ve been a member for years and your show is well established. Maybe you joined within the last year or two and you’re just getting your footing. Either way, you are putting in work to turn your vision into a reality. Don’t you want as many people as possible to see it? Of course your project airs on NewTV in a few time slots and it is uploaded to NewTV’s website. But, if there were a way you could expand your reach, wouldn’t you want to do that? Enter social media.

 

Our Best Advice

Written by NewTV Staff

One of the benefits of a NewTV membership is the ability to receive technical advice from the staff for program production. Often, members are so focused on the nitty-gritty of their productions that they may not ask about the big picture. Staff members were asked for one general piece of advice they would like to give members, and here are their responses:

 

Andrew's Favorite YouTube Channels

Written by Andrew Eldridge, Director of Original Programming

With all of the content available today, it has become necessary to supplement network television with other services. In the last few years, I have asked my fantastic sister if I could “borrow” her Netflix subscription. And about a year ago, I purchased an Amazon Fire stick, which made watching streaming services much easier.

 

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