HCAM-TV will be off-line on our Government and Public channels for periods of time between 2:30pm- 7:00pm this evening as we transition to our new Telvue playback server. We apologize for any inconvenience. If you want to view any HCAM Government programing during this time, please see our YouTube Page.
Are you an aspiring broadcast reporter, camera operator, producer, director, ETC…? Are you passionate about editing, being in front of the camera or maybe you simply love cable television? We here at HCAM are currently re-vamping our internship program, taking a production-based approach to it, and we’re looking for new interns to join us in the fall!
Keep checking back on our website as well as Facebook and Twitter for more updates, information and news on the program and when it will launch! So if this sounds like something you would love to get involved with we’d love to hear from you! Check out this picture of our Production Coordinator Katie training one of our interns, Ellis.
Every month HCAM will be highlighting a member of our community “in action.” These members are working with and at HCAM as producers of their own shows, hosts, and editors.
Our member in action this month is Liz Fuller, host and producer of the new show “The Lipstick Lounge.” Fuller’s new show will premiere tonight at 7:30p.m. on HCAM’s public channels (Comcast 97, Verizon 31). “The Lipstick Lounge” is a show about all things make-up – what colors and products work best for different skin tones, how to do your make-up for a job interview as opposed to doing your make-up for going out to dinner with friends, ETC… Liz also provides helpful tips on which products are best and how to apply them correctly. Check out the behind the scene photo of Liz applying make-up on her model Christine.
And if you need a bit of CUTE OVERLOAD, check out Liz’s daughter, Natalie,”working” the cameras and lights in our studio while her mom edited her show. Natalie said that when she gets older she wants to be a rock star on TV. Well I guess you never are too young to start working toward your dreams! For more playback information on “The Lipstick Lounge” please visit our Program Guide and Like Liz on Facebook!
Have you or your organization been featured on our original show “Hingham Happenings?” Well we here at HCAM just made it a whole lot easier for you to find the episode you’re looking for with our new Hingham Happenings Episode Guide.
Hover over the Programming tab until the different programming options appear. Scroll down to HCAM Original Programing, hover over the “Hingham Happenings” tab and then click Episode Guide. On that page you will find our new episode guide that highlights the different stories covered in that episode.
Once you find the episode you are looking for click on it and you will be brought to that episode’s page where you will get a detailed description of each segment featured in the episode and once you find the segment you are looking for, click on it and it will bring you to HCAM’s Youtube page already cued up to the piece you are looking for. No fast forwarding or rewinding required!
HCAM’s next episode of “Getting to Know” will feature the South Shore Country Club. HCAM will give you an inside look into the club and all that it has to offer, including their tennis court, the bowling alley, and much more. The next episode of “Getting To Know” will air on our public channels (Verizon 31, Comcast 97) and you will also be able to watch it on our Youtube page. Check our Program Guide for premiere dates and playback information.
Also, make sure you follow HCAM on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram to get all of our latest updates and behind the scenes photos of our staff and members in the studio and out on location all around Hingham.
Come out for the annual Hingham Bay Junior Regatta this Thursday July 10th, and Friday July 11th. The event is open to all junior sailors in the northeast and the event this year will have classes for Optimist Green, Optimist Championship (Red, Blue and White Fleets), 420 Green, 420 Championship and Laser and Laser Radial fleets.
Our very own Fil Filippides, producer of “Hingham Happenings” will be there Thursday to film the regatta. He will also have a chance to sit down and interview HYC Commodore John Wehner and 2014 HBJR Chairman Ed Mills. The regatta will be featured on our next episode of “Hingham Happenings.” For more information about the regatta please visit their official website.
If you’ve missed any of our previous episodes of “Hingham Happenings” check them out here on our youtube page. Also, for more information about where and how to watch any of the events covered by HCAM, visit our Programming Guide.
This past Friday, July 4th, Hingham held its annual Fourth of July day parade and despite the heavy rain parade goers did not let it ruin their holiday. With their umbrellas up and rain jackets zipped, dozens of people gathered on the sidewalks in Downtown Hingham and Hingham Center to watch the floats ride by.
HCAM was there at the very start of the day filming the road race and the parade from beginning to end. We’ll be airing the parade, road race, and fireworks all month long and for more details about playback times and dates please check out our Program Guide. If you can’t watch us on any of our channels, you can visit our Youtube page where you can watch the parade and our coverage of numerous events in and around Hingham.
Also, if you or a loved one participated in this year’s road race HCAM would love to gift you with a souvenir. All you have to do is tweet us at @hcam_tv with your finish time and we’ll in return tweet you the photo of you or your loved one crossing the finish line.
Many in attendance commented that this year’s display was one of the best in recent history. HCAM will be airing the fireworks tonight at 8:00pm on our public channels. (Comcast 97, Verizon 31)
This Friday Hingham Center and Square will be overflowing with people from all over the region as the Hingham 4th of July Parade rolls down Hingham’s historic Main Street. HCAM will of course be there to capture all the action at the parade from three cameras. The program will playback throughout the weekend as posted on our Program Guide. The Parade will begin at 10:00 a.m. from Hingham High School then continue onto Middle St., crossing onto Main St. through Hingham Center and Square. The Parade will then turn right onto North St. and finish at Station St. at approximately 11:15 AM. For more information on the parade and in case of a parade detour, please visit the town’s website.
The Road Race, which is sponsored by the Hingham Recreation Department, will begin at 7:00am outside the Hingham Middle School and end in downtown Hingham.
According to weather reports, it looks like this Fourth of July may be a wet one. If you’re attending the parade please make sure to bring an umbrella or rain jacket!
Time for an exclusive behind the scenes look at all of the preparation that goes into the Hingham 4th of July Parade as HCAM’s “Getting to Know…” sheds light into what goes into bringing this cornerstone event alive in Hingham each year.
We’ll hear about how the parade is funded and what goes into raising these funds. We’ll also look at the lessons learned over the years that have made the parade the success that it is today.
“Getting to Know: The 4th of July Parade will premiere this Sunday at 8:00pm on HCAM’s Public Channel (97 Comcast, 31 Verizon). Tune in to get into the holiday spirit and get ready for this year’s parade! This episode of Getting To Know will be airing all month long, along with HCAM’s coverage of Hingham’s Annual Fireworks, the parade, and the road race.
You can also catch the episode on HCAM’s youtube page.