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 The only problem is VHS technology is old and outdated.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.
WayCAM, Wayland's Public Access Cable TV station presented its 2014 Annual Scholarship Award this June, to Wayland High School Senior Jack Case, shown here with WayCAM Board Chair Ken Isaacson. Jack received his award for outstanding service in TV production. Jack will be attending Rochester Institute of Technology and will major in computer engineering. Since 2007 WayCAM has awarded twelve college scholarships to qualifying graduating seniors. The scholarships are partially funded by annual dues of WayCAM members.