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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.
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NEW the WEEK of Feb. 1
-WHS Girls Basketball vs. West Bend East
-WHS Boys Basketball vs. Beaver Dam
- Watertown Council Meeting of 2-2
- What's Up Watertown
Best of the Midwest Video Invitational Award winning producers: Back Row (L to R) Jamie Koepp for Sports Talk with Jamie Koepp; Watertown Police Officer Stacy Schroeder for Your Choice PSA; Chris Bowman videographer for Electrify Your Strings; Watertown Police Capt. Kurt Kleppin for Your Choice; Front Row (L to R) Lisa Steffl for Ask Aunt Ann; and Watertown Media Coordinator Jill Nadeau, for Ask Aunt Ann, Choosing a Canine Companion, What's Up Watertown, WHS Homecoming Game and Your Choice.
Watertown TV Wins Awards
WATERTOWN, JUNE 2015: Watertown's local public access station, Watertown TV, recently received seven awards in the Best of the Midwest Video Invitational. Receiving awards were: Ask Aunt Ann; animation for Choosing a Canine Companion; Electrify Your Strings Dream Tour with Mark Wood; Sports Talk with Jamie Koepp; What's Up Watertown; WHS Homecoming Game and the PSA Your Choice.
Awards were given to the producers of each show and were judged by a panel of industry experts. For the second year “Ask Aunt Ann” was given an Excellence Award, this year in the Series-professional category. The monthly show is produced by Watertown TV Media Coordinator Jill 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.
Also winning an Excellence award was “Choosing a Canine Companion” for Computer-generated/Animation-professional category. The intro was created by Nadeau and featured bouncy mucis, simple animation of dogs with sound effects.
Winning an Award of Achievement in the Performing Arts – Professional category was “Electrify Your Strings Dream Tour with Mark Woods,” the show was shot with four cameras at the concert Woods performed with WHS music department. The judges gave high marks to the use of a hand held camera that followed Woods on stage.
Jamie Koepp won his third award for producing his show “Sports Talk with Jamie Koepp.” Koepp won in the Sports-Professional category. The show features interviews with a wide variety of guests, the award winning show featured Milwaukee sports reporter Tom Pippins.
Watertown TV received an Award of Achievement in the – Professional category for the December edition of “What's Up Watertown.” The show featured an interview with Santa.
Receiving an Award of Merit, in the Live - Professional category, was Watertown TV's coverage of the WHS Homecoming game. Also receiving a Merit Award was “Your Choice” a PSA created to raise awareness about heroin addiction. It won in the Short Form Documentary/Featurette-Professional category. The PSA was created with and for the Jefferson County Drug Task Force.