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Videogram ALERT, October 16, 2015

Late-breaking news for Video Club members and friends...

  • There's still time to enroll in the "How to Shoot Video That Doesn't Suck" class, starting Monday, October 19.

  • Video interview with GRF President (produced by club members) airing on Channel 6.

  • "Never Too Late to Know Your Mate" is looking for couples for a new TV show!


You Can Still Enroll in “How to Shoot Video That Doesn't Suck” -- Class Starts Monday, October 19

Shooting video is different from shooting still photos. Brush up on your video techniques starting this Monday, October 19, with a four-session class on “How to Shoot Video that Doesn't Suck,” from 1-3 pm in the Video Lab. Each session will include shooting assignments where participants will shoot short clips, then view and discuss them .

Cost is $15 for members, $25 for non-members (with club membership). Copies of the popular textbook (shown above) will be available for optional purchase. For information, contact Lucy Parker,, 949-456-4657, or Betsy Martin,, 707-540-1955. (Click here for flier.)


Video Club Interview with GRF President to Air on Channel 6 

A team of Video Club members led by Esther Grossfield, acting as producer and interviewer -- with camerawork by Mihaela Lliescu and Hisako (Lisa) Aoki and general coaching by Vice President Tom Nash -- has produced a 49-minute interview with GRF President Katryn Freshley, currently airing on Channel 6. The video was professionally edited by Mike Bajc of Digital Arts Plus in Mission Viejo.

Upcoming broadcast times for the program are:

  • October 20 at 2pm
  • October 24 at 5pm
  • October 27 at 4pm

"Never Too Late to Know Your Mate" Seeking Couples for New TV Show


The producers of "Never Too Late to Date" are launching a new feature called "Never Too Late to Know Your Mate," a senior version of "The Newlywed Game," where couples compete to see who knows their mate best. According to club member Phil Doran, the show's producer, "These two games, along with a variety of comic segments will form a new TV show called 'Never Too Late to be Great,' which truly illustrates that age does not define our possibilities."

The team is looking for "lively, outgoing couples married for 25 years or longer, who are residents of Laguna Woods Village." If that describes you, or a couple you know, please contact the following:

Says Phil, "The sooner you contact us, the sooner we'll be able to meet you and discuss your appearance on a TV show that will air on Channel 6." Click here for flier.

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