Work Study Program

Peabody TV is committed to educating community members of all ages, interests, and skill levels in the most current video production and post-production technology.

Work Study Program

Peabody TV is committed to educating community members in current broadcast and media technology, and offers opportunities to learn for all ages, interests, and skill levels.

Peabody TV Work Study

Our high school work study program is an opportunity for local high school students to get paid to learn about film and television, gain knowledge about the community they live in, and make some new friends!We are now taking new applicants until March 8th.Apply online now:

Posted by Peabody TV on Friday, December 21, 2018

Peabody’s Educational Access Channel (Channel 8 on Comcast) is the perfect medium for all students in the city to produce a wide range of diverse educational programs. Peabody TV’s student work study program is a valuable opportunity for local high school students to gain experience in a broadcast television by filming local school events, sporting events, and producing their own projects as well.

In 2012, Peabody TV launched a working internship program in partnership with Peabody Veterans Memorial High School. Each year, Peabody TV hires students to cover local events and produce education-related programming for Channel 8. The students must live or attend school within the City of Peabody. Experience in film and/or television is not required, however, the student must show an interest in one or both!

The purpose of the Work Study Program is to introduce students to the art of Television, Video, and Media production, and to allow students to explore a potential career path or interest in the field. Our goal is to enable students to create a variety of local programming for cablecast on Peabody’s Educational Access Channel 8.



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Peabody Access Telecommunications

Peabody Access Telecommunications has been the primary resource for the creation and distribution of local programming in the City of Peabody since 2007.