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FAQs - PSA Day
make your non-profit stand out at PSA Day

Is my organization qualified to participate in BCTV’s PSA Day?
Individuals that work or volunteer for a non-profit located within the city limits of Burnsville or non-profit organizations that directly assist residents of the City of Burnsville are qualified to participate in PSA Day.

What is a public service announcement (PSA)?
Messages that educate and raise "public" awareness about "services" or important safety information. PSAs provide viewers information about available programs, activities or services of non-profit organizations.

What is BCTV’s PSA Day?
BCTV will provide staff and a half-hour of studio time to help local non-profits create a 30 second high quality video public service announcement (PSA). BCTV staff will edit the PSA and send it to the non-profit within two weeks after PSA Day. The PSA will be in digital format for the non-profit to use on social media, in marketing and on their website.

What if no one from my organization is available on the date of PSA Day?

If a non-profit organization is not available for the specific date of October 28, 2015, BCTV Staff will make an appointment to discuss television production opportunities and the facilities available. For further information or questions, please email Tina LeGarde or call 952-641-1354.



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