The Executive Director and Board of Director reports are now available, take a look here.
WayCAM is always looking for volunteers to help capture all of the great events Wayland has to offer.
Are you interested in helping out? We are seeking volunteers to help cover sports (Football, Soccer, Field Hockey, and Volleyball), Concerts, and Community Events.
We will provide you with all of the training required!
Interested? Email firstname.lastname@example.org with any events you'd be willing to help out with!
As you may have noticed, we've switched up our on-demand system.
Click here to see all of the new features!
Wayland High School seniors Brad Varnum and Declan Nolan are the recipients of the 2015 WayCAM scholarships. Both students were recognized for their involvement with WayCAM TV throughout their high school years. Varnum will study computer engineering at the University of Massachusetts – Dartmouth, where he plans to start a film club. Nolan will major in sociology and minor in film at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts – North Adams.
Wayland High School juniors Parker Bryant and Jason Mai have received international recognition for the movies they produced as sophomores in the Honors Script-to-Screen class co-taught by Theatre Arts Teacher Richard Weingartner and Television Production Teacher James Mullane.
Read the whole article here.
New government programs are now available On-Demand through our website!
Visit: http://www.waycam.tv/government-and-sd-on-demand.html to watch programs On-Demand.
Please be patient as we move programs into this new system, the appearance of the programs may change.
Live Streaming of WayCAM's 3 channels is also available at http://www.waycam.tv/live-streaming.html
Just choose the channel you want to watch live, and press play!
Please allow up to five business days for Government Meetings to be posted On-Demand. If after five business days, the meeting you are looking for has not been posted, please contact the studio at 508-358-5006.
If you’re like most of us, you have lots of old VHS tapes with precious memories recorded on them. The only problem is VHS technology is old and outdated. Who knows how long those old tapes will play or for how long you will be able to buy replacement VHS players?
WayCAM now has the technology to transfer all your memories from VHS tape to DVD for a simple contribution to WayCAM.
You can have a 6-hour tape broken up into 3 DVD’s if you choose.
All proceeds from transfers support equipment and operational improvements at WayCAM, your local access station.