Did you know there's a television channel that is dedicated directly to you as the student body?

Channel 26 at Wolfeboro Community Television is the educational channel provided specifically for you. And, it's located here in the High School!






It's also available to you for your own programming! Have an interest or hobby you'd like to share with everyone? How about an idea for show? Ever wanted to be like Jimmy Fallon but not sure how to go about it? Come see Timothy at the Wolfeboro Community Television station (Room 143 at KRHS), and we will work with you to guide you along the way!

Don't forget there are Volunteer Opportunities with us all the time, if you're looking to fulfill Community Service hours or School to work placement. 

There are currently no other open (paid) positions with WCTV; however, we are always looking for people to help on the volunteer crew.    

Call or stop by to inquire.    




WCTV is currently seeking a Technical Equipment and Computer Operator:

Wolfeboro Community Television Inc. (WCTV) is a 501(C)(3) non-profit organization functioning as an Operating Company for the Towns of Wolfeboro and New Durham with a 9-member Board of Directors and serves as the umbrella organization for the Town's Public, Education, and Government (PEG) cable access channels.  WCTV is currently seeking a Technical Equipment and Computer Operator for production, programming, editing, and training at Wolfeboro's community access Station.  At times you may be asked to use your own vehicle for which approved mileage will be reimbursed.  WCTV broadcasts on MetroCast Cablevision channels 24, 25, and 26 in Wolfeboro and on MetroCast Cablevision Channel 26 in New Durham.

Wolfeboro Community Television operations are set up at the Kingswood High School, with a high-definition TV production studio and media training facility at 396 S Main Street (opened in April 2002). 


The Technical Equipment and Computer Operator answers to the Executive Director.

Wolfeboro Community Television seeks a Technical Equipment and Computer Operator for production, programming, editing, and training at Wolfeboro's community access Station.  This individual should demonstrate outstanding professional work skills to achieve the mission, vision and goals of the organization and who can program, schedule, record, produce, and teach others. 

The Technical Equipment and Computer Operator provides for the daily operation services of Wolfeboro Community Television and is responsible for executing daily operation expectations. The Technical Equipment and Computer Operator will work with the Executive Director to increase broad community support for Wolfeboro's PEG operations and viewership, utilizing alternative methods and emerging technology platforms to deliver community-based, hyper-local video programming.  Together with the Executive Director, the Pr Technical Equipment and Computer Operator will help elevate Wolfeboro Community Television's brand as the "go to" organization for local cable access programming as well as a center of excellence for TV, media, and video production.


Import pre-recorded programs to the broadcast server and schedule them for playout based on schedule provided by the Executive Director.

Create slides and update the program guide and community bulletin board for playout on television.

Check the TV station’s email for bulletin board update requests.

Import programs from DVDs and from authorized web servers.

Represent Wolfeboro Community Television at various events and at other community organizations as directed by the Executive Director.

Engage with a diverse population from the community to develop their own programming content on a variety of contemporary topics such as local issues, events, cultural, and educational topics.

Represent Wolfeboro Community Television with other public interest organizations as directed and support educational activities that benefit community producers.

Provide training and learning opportunities for community members.

Keep informed of ongoing and future trends, issues, events and developments within the PEG field through professional peer contacts, professional organizations and other communications in order to facilitate sharing of knowledge and best practices


High School Diploma required.

Basic computer operating skills (should be familiar with common use of Microsoft products PowerPoint, Excel, Word, and willingness to learn new skills).  Other programs often used include (and training will be provided for): Filemaker Pro, Adobe Premiere, Final Cut Pro, and GUIs for TelVue Hypercaster, Teradek, Livestream, YouTube, etc.

- Attention to detail is a must.

- Personable on telephone and while interacting with the general public.
- A general interest in audio and video equipment.
- Able to lift and carry up to 45 pounds at a time.

 This job description should not be construed to imply that these requirements are the exclusive standards for the position. The Technical Equipment and Computer Operator will follow any other instructions and perform any other related duties as may be required to fulfill all job responsibilities and the mission of the organization.