Totoket TV Has Internship Opportunities!

Totoket TV's Internship Program
for High School & College Students

Totoket TV is always looking for interns to learn television production while assisting others in producing community TV programs.  High school students are able to complete valuable community service hours, which are required to graduate. Additionally, college students can earn credits by participating in Totoket TV's internship program. 

Totoket TV encourages college, technical school, and high school students to get involved in our internship program.   Whether you're a college student looking for credit, a high school student looking to fullfill community service requirements, or just a student interested in a career in broadcasting or a related media field, our internship program is for you!  You'll learn many aspects of program production, from planning and conceptualizing to actual shooting and production.  At Totoket TV, we focus on "live" or "live-to-tape" production, which not only provides a finished product with little or no need for post-production or editing, but also gives those on the crew (particularly interns) the feel of what it takes to produce a television program under "higher-pressure" circumstances, as is what is common in professional broadcast environments.  We also have "state-of-the-art" HD television production equipment,  which will help you learn in your quest for a career in broadcasting or media.  To discuss our internship/community service program further, call us at 203-484-7084 or email us at: [email protected]
Totoket TV Shines The Spotlight on PoCo Fest '18
Totoket TV Remembers Our Veterans
Join Simms Sonet as he explores the sights, sounds and foods of the 2018 North Branford Roasted Potato & Corn Festival.​

​The program is now airing on Totoket TV (Comcast 18 or 1070, Frontier 6085) and here on using the video player to the right.
Totoket TV remembers our veterans with complete coverage of the Veteran's Day Ceremony at Stanley T. Williams School.
Totoket TV Now Streaming Town Meetings LIVE on Facebook
Longtime Totoket TV Board Member Bill Bergers Passes Away
Totoket TV is pleased to announce, with the help of the Town of North Branford, that all Town Council and Planning and Zoning Meetings are now also be streamed LIVE on Facebook on Totoket TV's Facebook page. To see the LIVE or taped meetings, CLICK HERE.

Also, soon, Totoket TV will also air the meetings LIVE on Comcast Xfinity and Frontier Vantage TV.
Totoket TV is sad to announce that William Bergers, 90, a longtime Totoket TV Board Member and volunteer, passed away recently after a 28-year courageous battle with cancer. Bill was the husband of the late Marguerite O'Brien Bergers. Bill was very involved in Totoket TV for many years, up until recently. We will miss his smile, humor and his genuine love and dedication to Totoket TV. 
Bill Bergers