• Be Bold!

    by Noreen Moross, Business Development for NewTV Production Services - May 26, 2017 | Tags: ,

    Be Bold! That was the theme at the Second Annual Boston Business Women’s Conference held on May 17 at the Sheraton – Boston.  An impressive line up of women and one man, his honor, Mayor Marty Walsh, inspired the mostly female audience of 900 attendees to be bold, find balance and break boundaries.

  • Our Favorite Aspect of Production

    by NewTV Staff - May 19, 2017 | Tags: , ,

    Members of the NewTV staff were asked about their favorite aspect of production. Here are their responses:

  • How Does a Newton News Internship Work?

    by Jenn Adams, News Director - May 12, 2017 | Tags: ,

    I have had the privilege of mentoring over 100 interns during my 15 years with NewTV. From high school students to graduate students to volunteers well out of school, all are looking to gain the hands-on experience that one can get while working on stories for Newton News. They all have the same drive to be the best they can be.  I never tire of their enthusiasm or the deer in headlights look (I know it sounds cruel but I had those same eyes once too).

  • Hard Drive Comparison

    by Eugene Foygelman, Production Coordinator - May 05, 2017 | Tags: ,

    If you’ve ever looked for a new computer, whether Mac or PC, you may have seen some strange letters in the specs sheets: HDD, SSD, or SSHD. These are all different types of storage drives; here’s a quick rundown of what they are and which one is best.

  • #APostInReview

    by Jessica Leff, Digital Marketing Specialist - April 28, 2017 | Tags: ,

    Because of what I studied in school and what I do at NewTV, I’m always looking at other social media posts from other companies with a critical eye. Are they capitalizing on a recent incident in their industry, like Delta did in March when they tweeted, “Flying Delta means comfort. (That means you can wear your leggings. ;))” after a controversy about females wearing leggings on a United flight? Are they communicating their stance on a political issue like Freeform did on International Women’s Day when they blogged the posters of many of their shows without the female characters with the caption, “Without women, there is no Freeform #InternationalWomensDay”? Are they being tone-deaf like Pepsi was in their video distributed on social media that drew so much criticism earlier this month that the company pulled the ad? Sometimes the companies see positive results, sometimes there are mixed reactions and other times there is a lot of backlash.

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