APAC Creates a Video to Engage Residents in Master Plan Exercise
APAC scripted, shot, and edited a new video for the Ayer Master Plan Committee, encouraging citizens of Ayer to provide input into the ten-year master plan update currently getting underway.
The Master Plan committee commissioned APAC to create a video that seeks citizen input on a variety of land use, governance, urban planning, housing, economic development, traffic, energy, education, and other areas.
The Master Plan Committee consists of representatives from Town boards and commissions, employees of Town departments, and at-large members, and will work with consultants over the coming months to develop a plan to guide the town through the coming decades.
The video, which appears above, was scripted by APAC, and shot and edited by APAC videographer, Trevor Dillman, assisted by APAC member Dennis McGillicuddy.
New APAC / High School TV Studio is Nearing Completion
Equipment setup for the new studio has been moving along steadily this month. APAC and ASRHS students will be broadcasting live from the studio in the coming weeks.
John Rose and Dennis McGillicuddy check out newly acquired studio cameras.
Tricaster system in the production control room.
APAC board member Charlie Comeau inspects equipment setup in the new studio.
We are the non-profit corporation that provides access, training, and other assistance to organizations and residents of Ayer, Massachusetts, that wish to create public access content for Channels Eight, Nine, and Ninety Nine on the local cablecasting network. We record and cablecast important town and school committee meetings, school sports, and special events and help residents create special public affairs programs.
Our live and recorded programs are broadcast on Channel Eight and many past programs are now available for viewing on demand through the Viewer Dashboard, or through links at the Town of Ayer website.
APAC is Now Available on Three Comcast Channels or Online