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Burlington Cable Access Television on Wednesday is beginning a new year of Video Voyagers, its after-school program that introduces middle-school-aged children to BCAT’s facilities and teaches them the basics of video production. Overseen by BCAT production coordinators Cory McNeil and Tad Stephanak, the program meets Wednesdays from 3 to 5 p.m. at BCAT’s studio at the rear of Burlington High School. Video Voyagers encourages participants to develop their own ideas and teaches them how to bring them to life through video production. The videos are shot during the school semester and edited into a television program for broadcast on BCAT, as well as on the station’s website and its social media outlets on YouTube, Facebook, and Twitter. Participants work both behind and in front of the camera, taking turns as director, camera operator, audio and lighting technicians, and all-around crew. For more information or to register, contact the station at 781-273-5922 or

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