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SBA Luncheon

June 24, 2011

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The 35th Annual Small Business Awards Luncheon and Trade Show with Keynote Address from Former Steeler Hall of Fame Player Andy Russell.

School 2 Career

June 10, 2011

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Promotional video for School 2 Career produced by students in the program using Flip Camera provided by the Pittsburgh Foundation.

Artdog Promo

April 21, 2011

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Short promo for the Pittsburgh is Art day of giving.

Theater Talk w/ Kristin Garbarino

June 24, 2010

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Guests: Rick Kemp, Andrew Paul, Karla Boos

2010 Alliance for Community Media Conference and Exhibition

June 8, 2010

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2010 Alliance for Community Media Conference and Exhibition July 7-10, 2010 Hilton Pittsburgh Pittsburgh, PA For more information visit http://www.alliancecm.org

Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council Annual Meeting

May 21, 2010

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Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council Annual Meeting featuring Michael Kaiser, Prosident of the Kennedy Center for the perfoming Arts. At the meeting, he shared his views on what is most important when an arts organization faces a financial crisis. The meeting was co-hosted by the August Wilson Center for African American Culture,

Help Make the Change: A Community Conversation

May 13, 2010

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Across the country there have been a series of conversations on racial profiling. Each conversation is tailored to each particular community. This is Pittsburgh’s conversation about what is happening right here.

Community Partners Concert Promo

May 12, 2010

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Lynn Swann, Honorary Chair Lawrence Loh, Resident Conductor of the Pittsburgh Symphone Orchestra

New Workshop: Social Media

April 13, 2010

The birth of social networking and social media has presented an entirely new way to communicate with one another. Since it’s internet-based, it is a phenomenon that allows itself to constantly change and improve. And though it’s a relatively new technology, such a staggering number of people use social media tools that it almost seems alternative to not jump on the bandwagon.

A lot of people and businesses are now using the internet to connect with loyal consumers, other businesses, and old friends. In fact, there are an estimated 400 million people who use Facebook alone, according to Facebook’s official stats, which includes approximately 1/3 of the U.S. population1. This is important to know for those who have an idea, product, brand, show, etc that they seek to promote; the people that you want to reach are very, or extremely, likely to use sites such as Facebook or Twitter. And the best way to reach them is by meeting them where they already are.

These are major reasons why PCTV is offering a workshop about social media entitled Social Media as a Promotional Tool. It is mainly tailored to producers of the station who want to promote their PCTV program, but producers or partners wanting to use the knowledge to promote their non-profit organization are also welcome. In the workshop we will be discussing Twitter, multiple facets of Facebook, and information gathering tools such as RSS, bookmarks, and alerts. In addition to a PowerPoint presentation, workshop participants will receive a hand-out that will include more detailed instructions on how to use the technology that will be taught.

The first workshop will take place at the station next week–Tuesday, April 20 at 6:00pm. There is a $5 fee that will be used to reserve your spot, and the whole session shouldn’t take more than 2 hours. Contact Christie at 412-322-7570 or christie@pctv21.org for more information.

1 Source: “By the Numbers: Facebook vs the United States” by Muhammed Saleem for Mashable http://mashable.com/2010/04/05/facebook-us-infographic/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed:+Mashable+(Mashable)

Community Producers Meeting

March 23, 2010

If you produce a show on PCTV then you have probably heard that there have been and will continue to be some changes taking place in regard to programming. On March 29th you can learn about all of these updates, as well as what’s going on with:

Facilities and Equipment
Youth Programming
Training
the Organization
Financial Resources
the Website

Producers, please join us for a Community Producers Meeting this Monday, March 29th at 6:30pm in the PCTV Studio. PCTV Executive Director John Patterson will be discussing the future of PCTV and will also address any questions or concerns brought up at January’s Annual Open Meeting.

If you plan to attend, give us a call (412-322-7570) or send an e-mail (info@pctv21.org). Hope to see you there!