VHVtv Home Studio.

Now that we are living in the Age of the Coronavirus, Covid 19, and Social Distance, the Media Center in Palo Alto

closed on Friday, March 13 for filming in the studio until further notice. In an effort to continue to create video for Veterans Helping Veterans TV, we invite you to send us your veteran videos via Dropbox. Eventually these short segments will be combined into In the past few years, we have [rpduced many VHVtv episodes in the studio but now it is not possible because we have a Stay at Home order.half hour episodes for the Media Center.

VHVtv is a community educational access television interview talk show and I am Sheryl Shaffer, a volunteer community producer at the MidPen Media Center in Palo Alto, CA..
Recently, CA Gov. Newson told all Senior Citizens over 65 that we should self isolate. I plan on doing just that, staying home since I am 72 years old.

I miss filming interviews with my Canon Vixia Camera, i phone w stabilizer and my Mac where I do editing on the i movie.
A few days, I just made my first i movie on my i phone and just uploaded the video to the VHVtv channel on YouTube.

For people that know me, I admit I have made some mistakes with the Social Media and Marketing and need expertise with it.
I do not make money at this, am learning as I go and just want to present more veteran interviews/stories.
If you have content that you created and it is filmed in 1080p, we would love to air it on VHVtv. Tell us your story.
There is another option and that is to do interviews via Face Time on a MAC and i phone.
Also, Zoom video conference calling is an option and is a lot of fun to have group conversations!
VHVtv is my way of volunteering and making a difference and we collaborate with many people to create our videos!

During 2019, VHVtv was opened up for guest hosts to film half hour episodes in the Media Center HD studio to tell their stories. All episodes filmed in the HD studio are on this web site. These videos are not about selling products but an opportunity for you to create your own story of community service and to educate the veteran community.

We present to you an open platform to do that. If you have questions, please e mail Sheryl Shaffer at vetshelpingsvetstv@gmail.com

Now that we are all becoming isolated in our homes, here is something you can do from the comfort of your home, tell us your story!


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