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We will be carrying the Gene Connolly Memorial Service live on YouTube at 4:30 PM on Thursday, August 23, 2018. The live stream can be found below.
In the case of technical difficulties, we will provide a recording of the service on this page as soon as possible.
Watch live here on Sunday, October 28th!
What is Concord On Air?
Concord Community TV (ConcordTV) is pleased to announce the 7th annual televised production of Concord On Air, an 8 hour “live” telecast celebrating the city of Concord, New Hampshire, its citizens, and creative culture.
On Sunday, October 28, 2017, from 12 Noon to 8 PM, people from the Concord region, State, (and around the world) will be able to tune in to see ConcordTV’s Live televised production of Concord On Air, where the City of Concord and its people are the stars.
Concord, NH cable subscribers will be able to watch this exciting telecast on ConcordTV’s local TV channels (Public Access Ch. 22, Government Ch. 17 and Education Ch. 6). And for those who are not in the Concord area, or cannot receive our channels, they will be able to watch a live stream of the telecast on yourconcordtv.org.
What will be featured during the Telecast? The Telecast will feature more than 70 video clips on the City’s government, schools, businesses, nonprofits, neighborhoods, and arts and culture, demonstrating to our viewers just how vibrant and active Concord, NH really is.
Viewers will also get to know our city’s 2018 Most Fascinating Individuals as well as an all-new lineup of Concord Originals; working artists in our region.
About this year’s theme: ConcordTV – Celebrating 20 Years! Focusing on 20 Reasons the community values ConcordTV as a resource, we will highlight ConcordTV’s commitment to civic communication, connecting active citizens with their city government; ConcordTV as an educational resource, making school district activities, meetings, sports and the arts available to all; and our mission to keep ConcordTV a media resource for public voices, original programming and community messaging through public access.
About Concord Community TV: ConcordTV is a nonprofit organization, incorporated in 1998. Its mission is to help Concord residents, and nonprofits that serve the Concord area, learn how to: create video content that helps them “tell their stories; ” and distribute their content locally on the station’s three community TV channels and on internet marketing platforms. ConcordTV provides: On-air Community Bulletin Board for local groups and nonprofits to publicize meetings and events; Live coverage of Concord City Council, Planning Board and Zoning Board meetings; Coverage of Concord School Board meetings; coverage of community events; classes in camera, editing, studio production, marketing, and youth video and filmmaking camps.
It’s that time of year… Summer Video Camps are about to kick off, making for tons of filmmaking fun for Concord-area youth! But when Station Manager Josh Hardy goes missing, it seems someone, or something, has different plans. Luckily, CTV Special Agents Sweatty and Scarelli are on the case. Will they solve the mystery of Josh’s disappearance, and get everybody’s favorite camp counselor back in time? Find out in “The Camp Is Out There – A ConcordTV Parody”
Special thanks to our friends at the New Hampshire Film Office, the Greater Concord Chamber of Commerce, and the Concord Parks and Recreation Department in helping us on this project! And we look forward to seeing all of our campers!
Concord High School’s Class of 2018 received their well-earned diplomas on June 16, 2018. ConcordTV, which has its studio in the high school, and thus feels a strong connection with all of its students, was honored once again to have covered the graduation ceremony held at Memorial Field.
Graduation will also play on Channels 6 and 22 throughout the summer. Looking to grab your own keepsake copy of the ceremony? DVDs are available for $25.00. Give us a call at 603-226-8872 to order.
Concord sure does know how to throw a summer festival! With food, fun, and music galore, Intown Concord’s 2018 edition of the Market Days Festival had downtown hopping June 21st – 23rd.
Whether you missed out on some of the great entertainment or want to relive some of your favorite acts, ConcordTV was there throughout much of the event. Check out our playlist on YouTube… We’ll be updating it throughout the summer with video snapshots of all of the great times had!
NOTE: Nominations for 2018 are closed. Thank you to all those who submitted recommendations!
Concord TV Is Looking for Fascinating People, Businesses, and Organizations!
Who Would You Recommend?
ConcordTV’s live annual telecast CONCORD ON AIR is scheduled for Sunday, October 28th, this year – it’s one of our most exciting annual events; a live telecast about the community where the stars are the city of Concord and its citizens. The program will be the kick-off of ConcordTV’s 20th year as a media resource for the community!
A special feature of the telecast is our spotlight on Concord’s “Most Fascinating Individuals” of the past year. This year, we’re starting the selection process a bit sooner, allowing more time to capture these amazing folks and their stories on video so everyone can appreciate their important contributions to our lives.
Here’s where YOU come in: we’ve selected six community categories and we’d like you to recommend individuals in those categories for ConcordTV to consider for the honors.
(Please feel free to recommend more than one per community category or leave any line blank.)
Most Fascinating Individuals of 2018 Criteria:
1. Must be active in the Concord Community.
2. Must not be a staff or board member of ConcordTV.
Notice of Concord Community TV Live Budget Presentation for Fiscal Year 2018-2019 and open Board Meeting on Monday, May 14 at 7:00 p.m. to be televised on Concord’s cable TV channels 22 and 6. Please note Channel 17 will carry the regularly scheduled City Council Meeting at that time. Public welcome to attend. Concord Community TV will hold the presentation at its location in Concord High School, entrance D.
Starting Monday, April 16, 2018 the city will will begin work on the 2018 Water Main Replacement and City Pavement Projects in the area surrounding ConcordTV’s home, Concord High School. While this project will improve the city’s infrastructure, it will have a significant impact on those visiting our office and studios.
Here is some important information you should know:
Road Closures Effective April 12th – May 18th:
• Warren Street will be closed.
• Westbourne Road will become One Way Only (traffic flow will move toward School Street)
With Warren Street closed, visitors to the studio should use the temporary Pleasant Street entrance to the CHS Parking Lot, as seen in the map below.
If coming to the studio and have any questions as to how the project is affecting accessibility, please do not hesitate to contact us at 603-226-8872.
A public meeting on the project was held on March 21st:
Matt Cashman, Concord School District Director of Facilities and Planning, quick overview of changes for students and parents:
ConcordTV’s 2016-2017 Annual Report is now available. The report highlights ConcordTV’s many activities throughout the 2016-2017 fiscal year, celebrating the accomplishments of the station, and its friends, with a month-by-month pictorial journey. We think it’s a lot more interesting than your average annual report!
It’s one of our favorite, and busiest, times of the year here at ConcordTV. With celebrations aplenty from Main Street to Penacook, and friends old and new visiting the studio to send greetings to all, we just love the holiday season! And we’re filming as much of the fun as we can.
Of course, no holiday season is complete without a greeting from the staff here at ConcordTV. This year, we enlisted the help of friends from Red River Theatres, Intown Concord, the Concord Library, Concord Parks and Recreation, and more in putting together “It’s a Wonderful Station!”, our take on “It’s a Wonderful Life.” After Mike loses all of the stations money to greedy Mr. Potter, Josh wishes that he’d never become ConcordTV Station Manager. Can Emmett convince Josh otherwise, and earn himself a snazzy pair of running shoes in the process? Watch and find out!
Other organizations from across the city got in on the holiday greeting fun. Whether involving simple best wishes, talking moose, or takes on “Miracle on 34th Street” (kudos to City Hall on that one!), check out our playlist featuring many of your Concord friends.
Concord likes trees. So much so, that city had TWO Christmas Tree lighting ceremonies, on City Plaza and in Pencook. We were at both, so if you missed them, be sure to take a look.
For a lot of us, the holidays are about finding that perfect gift. And as the annual Midnight Merriment festivities remind us, one of the best places to find those gifts is our very own Main Street. If you need some shopping inspiration, look no further.
And as we approach the end of this post, and the end of this year, we want to thank all of you for being part of our extended ConcordTV family. We honored to be a part of this community, and can’t wait to share even more about what makes it so great in 2018! Happy holidays from all of us at ConcordTV!