TV studio opens for public use in Coney Island

Brooklyn residents are being given the chance to broadcast their own messages on TV. The Coney Island Library has launched its new three camera television

All classes, equipment use and channel time are completely free.

All classes, equipment use and channel time are completely free. (7/8/15)

BROOKLYN - Brooklyn residents are being given the chance to broadcast their own messages on TV. 

The Coney Island Library has launched its new three camera television studio, complete with green screen technology. 

The library also teamed up with BRIC Arts Media to make sure the public has access to it. Anyone interested can take free courses through BRIC to become certified community producers. 

Leaders are hoping that people in the borough will take advantage and spread their messages. All classes, equipment use and channel time are completely free. 

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