Pulse Geelong TV gives you the latest news on what's happening at your community radio station, and news and events from around the Geelong, Surfcoast and Bellarine, and its wonderful surrounds.
Pulse Geelong TV is a lifestyle/magazine program highlighting and featuring the Greater Geelong region and its many hidden gems. The various segments will introduce our audience to the diversity of Geelong and its surrounding community, profiling its personalities, exploring local music talent, dabbling in the arts, highlighting different cultures and taking part in local festivals. Expect to see live music, local artists, local food and wine, community gardens, refugee stories, Geelong personalities and more – all developed, filmed and edited by our youth media students training at The Pulse and presented by volunteers from the station.
Liz Carr, Executive Producer says, ‘We are excited to be producing a new half hour weekly television series for Channel 31’. Production began mid-August 2013, with the show’s first episode going to air on September 6th, 2013 at 8pm. ‘Channel 31 want Geelong content, and that’s exactly what they will get. I think once the people of Geelong see the show, they will all want to be a part of it and get involved’, Carr says. One way in which the show will reach out to the community is by asking them to submit content, and offering them the chance to be filmed at their favourite location in Geelong or surrounds.
94.7 The Pulse FM is the heartbeat of the greater Geelong community, broadcasting over 70 programs per week. Pulse Geelong TV captures the essence of the station and its partner Diversitat, the largest Multicultural Communities’ Council in Australia.
“Join us once a week where we will take you on a tour of the Geelong region and all it has to offer”.
We are intending to cater for the wider adult community, from teens and young adults to baby boomers. Specifically, we will be targeting open and creative minds interested in diversity, arts and culture.
The series will run in accordance with C31 thirteen week seasons with an expected 13 episodes produced per season.
We would like to acknowledge the wonderful support of the City of Greater Geelong. Thank you for your support.