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Support TV Pledge

Live on-air phone teams of six to eight people are needed to share the spotlight with outstanding PBS programs each evening! Our pledge drives, broadcast four times throughout the year, are an excellent opportunity for groups, businesses, and organizations to place themselves in full view of the public. Bring your group or organization down to the studio in Rohnert Park for one evening to answer phones and your organization’s name will rotate in and out of our chyron box on the screen all night long thanking you for your support. Our audience recognizes and appreciates the organizations that support Public Broadcasting.

Participation is fun, easy, and offers the following benefits:

On-air credit for your company or organization in character graphic format throughout the night that you are scheduled
Verbal mentions by the hosts of the drive throughout the evening
Company t-shirts or sweatshirts can be worn by your group in the studio
Groups are scheduled on a first come, first served basis. Be a part of the spirit of public television and join KRCB, a unique community resource.

Call Cheryl Scholar at 707-584-2005 or cheryl_scholar(at)krcb.org

 

Local restaurants have an opportunity to connect with our viewing audiences in San Francisco, Marin, Sonoma, and Napa counties, as well as portions of the East Bay, with a potential viewing audience of 2.8 million. With your donation of meals for an evening, our hardworking volunteers are well-fueled to work phone banks, run cameras, appear as on-air talent, and perform multiple behind the scenes jobs. It’s a great way of connecting with our viewing audiences and volunteers, while helping KRCB to continue providing quality broadcasting.

Auction
Donate a simple meal (hot or cold) to feed 100 volunteers for an evening, and as a thank you, your restaurant will receive valuable on-air exposure as a sponsor of the Orange Board. This means that each of the six times the Orange Board is reviewed, your restaurant will be thanked as its sponsor, and during these two-minute board reviews, your restaurant’s name will appear in a crawl at the bottom of the screen. Please call Melissa Alexander in our Auction Department at 707-584-2006.

Television Membership Drive
Donate a simple meal to feed 20 volunteers for an evening, and your restaurant will be thanked on air at least five times throughout the evening.

Please call Pam Hayes at 707-584-2007 to reserve your night of sponsorship now.

 

Did you know that KRCB, as a public broadcasting station, is required by the FCC to have a Community Advisory Council? This is a group of 12 to 24  volunteers who provide input to the station's Board of Directors on the needs of the community with regard to our programming. You can help us be responsive to our community and support KRCB's continued existance as a local public broadcasting station in the North Bay.

For more information, please call Malinalli Lopez,Volunteer Manager and Outreach Coordinator at KRCB or to request an application form. Council members are selected by the KRCB Board of Directors and serve a two-year term.

Malinalli Lopez at 707-584-2005.

 

 

 

Television Production Intern


The KRCB Public Television production department is looking for an intern to provide general production support.
The Intern will assist with:
·    Pre production planning, set design, and lighting.
·    Production in the television studio and in the field, including camera, audio, switcher, VTR, and other functions.
·    Post production, including video editing on Final Cut Pro, graphics creation/editing using Photoshop, Motion, and LiveType, tape dubbing, DVD production, quality control, etc.
·    Other duties as assigned.
Requirements:
·    Computer proficiency required, Mac OSX a plus.
·    An interest in broadcast television from a production standpoint.
·    A desire for a career in broadcasting.
·    Video or film production experience, especially Final Cut Pro and/or Adobe Photoshop experience, a plus.
·    Ability to spot and correct typos and spelling errors is a must.
Commitment: Average 12 hours per week. At least one full semester or quarter for students, or 4-6 months for non-students.  Must be available weekdays during business hours plus occasional night and/or weekend times per production schedule.


To apply:

Email cover letter and resume to david_waxman (at) krcb (dot) org, with the subject heading “TV Production Intern”.

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