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SEC-TV Rules & Procedures


Reach the community With Your message!

Learn New Skills in TV Media Production & Editing

Programs that are televised by SEC-TV are produced by residents of one of our local towns: Groton, Ledyard, Mystic, Stonington, North Stonington, Voluntown, Waterford, New London, East Lyme, Montville, Griswold, Plainfield, Sterling, Killingly, and Putnam. If you are a resident in these areas, then you can create your own show right here in one of our studios.

Your show could reach 90,000 viewers on local cable channels, or millions on YouTube!

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SEC-TV Offers a Full HD Studio Experience!

Both Groton and Waterford studios have High Definition cameras and premium quality equipment, including field equipment for filming off-site. We also offer professional editing software in our Editing Suites.

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Professional Staff & Free Training

Free educational training is offered in television production and editing using our studio and remote equipment. Our students receive valuable skills which many use to further their education or obtain careers in television production and other media. Staff provides ongoing support to ensure the best possible technical quality of each program.

Explore our current shows to see what your community is producing!

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Frequently Asked Questions

Public access TV refers to non-commercial television channels that are available for public use. These channels are typically operated by local governments or community organizations and provide a platform for individuals or groups to produce and broadcast their own TV shows.

To find a public access TV station in your area, you can start by researching online or contacting your local government or community organizations. If you are in one of the towns that we service, you can find our channels listed here.

No prior experience is required to create a TV show on public access TV. SEC-TV offers training programs and resources to help beginners learn the necessary skills and techniques.

The technical requirements can vary between different public access TV stations. We provide access to production equipment such as cameras, microphones, and editing software. It’s advisable to attend orientation or training sessions offered by the station to familiarize yourself with their specific technical guidelines.

Public access TV stations usually operate on a non-commercial basis, which means you cannot directly monetize your show through advertisements or sponsorships. However, you can gain exposure, build a portfolio, and potentially attract opportunities outside of public access TV through your show.

The frequency of producing and airing episodes depends on the policies and scheduling of the public access TV station. Some stations may have specific time slots allocated for your show, while others may have more flexibility. It’s essential to discuss this with the station staff and plan your production schedule accordingly.

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