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KENT—Western Connecticut Community Television, the public access channel for 21 Connecticut towns, including Kent, will present a program on video production at Kent Memorial Library Thursday, July 25, at 5:30 p.m.

Their public access coordinator will come to the library to describe and demonstrate the equipment available, review the training classes offered and discuss how to have a series or special aired on the Public Access channel.

The station offers free production training and equipment loans to the residents who have successfully completed their training course.

Register here. The library is located at 32 North Main St; 860-9273761.

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