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CCCC launches cable TV channel

07.01.2011College & CommunitySpecial Events

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CCCC launches cable TV channel

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Central Carolina Community College Broadcast Production Technology student Seymour Watson-Grant (left), of Chapel Hill, gives fellow student David Seagroves, of Sanford, a thumbs-up in the college’s television production studio at the Lee County Campus. CCCC has launched the newest television channel in the area, 4CNC, in partnership with Lee County. The county is allowing the college to operate and provide programming for its educational access channel on Charter Communications. The channel will carry programs about both the county and the college. The broadcast students receive real-world experience in creating programming and operating a channel – training that will benefit them in future education as well as in their career. 4CNC can be seen on Charter channel 105 for digital signal or channel 129 for cable box feed. It can also be seen at the college’s web site, www.cccc.edu, On the home page, click on “4CNC: Learn More” and then, “You Can Watch Live Online!” You must have a Windows Media Player or WMP plug-in to see it.

CCCC launches cable TV channel

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Central Carolina Community College Broadcast Production Technology students (from left) Randy Miller, of Chatham County, and Josh Kindle, of Cumberland County, check out the computer control panel for the college’s new television channel, 4CNC, with Kassie Lyles, the college’s television instructor. CCCC has launched the newest television channel in the area, 4CNC, in partnership with Lee County. The county is allowing the college to operate and provide programming for its educational access channel on Charter Communications. The channel will carry coverage of both the county and college. The broadcast students receive real-world experience in creating programming and operating a channel – training that will benefit them in future education as well as in their career. 4CNC can be seen on Charter channel 105 for digital signal or channel 129 for cable box feed. It can also be seen at the college’s web site, www.cccc.edu, On the home page, click on “4CNC: Learn More” and then, “You Can Watch Live Online!” You must have a Windows Media Player or WMP plug-in to see it.

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