Watertown TV is a public access, community based media service located in Watertown Wisconsin. Our programing can be watched on this site - both streaming and on demand-and on Charter Cable station 985. Our programing is created for and by the Watertown community and includes events, sports, interviews, entertainment, how too, church services, and more.
Watertown TV offers numerous opportunities to learn about video production. Volunteers can work behind or in front of the camera, learn editing techniques and audio engineering, work on location or in our studio, create programing or volunteer for other producers.
Need a promotional video, commercial, meeting taped? Watertown TV can do it for you. Our professional staff has years of experience creating all types of video - including script writing, audio, music selection, graphic design and more.
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Best of the Midwest Video Invitational Award winning producers: Jen Kunath, Interim Executive Director, PAVE; Brennon Hechimovich, Assistant Cable Coordinator; Jill Nadeau, Cable Coordinator; and Lisa Steffl of Ask Aunt Ann.
Watertown TV, recently received seven awards in the Best of the Midwest Video Invitational, including the Best in Show award for Access Stations in the professional category. Receiving awards were: Ask Aunt Ann; PAVE Public Service Announcement; Augies Elite Cusine; The First Ladies Presentation at WHS; The WHS Music Concert at St. Bernard's; and Here's to Your Health. The Watertown TV website also received an award.
Awards were given to the producers of each show and were judged by a panel of industry experts. Best in Show and Excellence Awards were given to a Public Service Announcement produced by Watertown TV Cable Coordinator Jill Nadeau and People Against a Violent Environment in Dodge County. The Excellence Award was given in the PSA-Professional category.
“Ask Aunt Ann” was given an Excellence Award in the Entertainment-professional category. The monthly show is produced by Nadeau and Lisa Steffl and is shot in a late 1950's TV style. It features viewer's letters, recipes, crafts, romance with the boy next door and a song or two. The show airs Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Fridays on channel 985 for Charter customers, it streams at the same times on Watertown TV's website, www.WatertownTV.com and can also be seen on demand at the site. More information about the show can be found at www.AskAuntAnn.com.
Winning an Award of Achievement in the Series – Professional category was “Augie's Elite Cuisine,” produced by Augie Magestro.
WatertownTV's coverage of the First Lady's presentation at Watertown High School won an Award of Achievement in the Local Events – Professional category, it was also produced by Nadeau.
Watertown TV received an Award of Achievement in the Performing Arts – Professional catagory for the special “Watertown High School's Holiday Concert at St. Bernard's.” And an additional Award of Achievement for its website.
Also receiving an Award of Merit, in the Talk Show - Professional category, was the alternative medicine show “Here's to Your Health,” produced by Dr. Marcia Radloff.