Cape Ann TV just refurbished the front lobby into a podcast studio. Now members of the Cape Ann community can record a podcast in our new studio, and we will archive the show to the web for people to download and listen to on their devices.
On Tuesday, Bill Robinson was the first person to inaugurate the studio with his thoughts on spirituality.
On Wednesday, Karen Ristuben, President of the Rocky Neck Cultural Center, artist David Curtis, and author/writer Judith Curtis had a lively talk about the upcoming Cape Ann Plein Air competition & festival in October.
Next week two more podcasts are on tap: the first by local man-about-town Gordon Baird; and the other by David Olson, Gloucester Daily Times Editor. The podcast studio is available to anyone on Cape Ann. If you have something to say and would like to book a time to make a podcast contact Jim Capillo at: firstname.lastname@example.org.