Public Asked To Participate In Documentary

PROVINCETOWN – Twenty four hours of life in Provincetown will be documented by the public again this year. The time period will start on February 24th at 6:00 AM.

The multimedia portrait is a collaboration between Provincetown Community Television and LIPTV.US.

Amy Davies, PTV’s Executive Director, says everyone is welcome. “In those 24 hours, we’re asking people who live in Provincetown or are visiting, to take videos and pictures and post them on social media with the hashtag #Ptown24.”

The images captured can be a sunset, landscape, an ordinary moment, or the most exciting time of the day. The hosts are also looking forward to selfies.

Davies points out that the presentation will remain fun and informative down the road. “It will also serve as a time capsule of a contemporary history of Provincetown.”

Since It takes place on a Saturday, the media organizations are hoping that many people will visit the town and document their off season experiences.

The documents must be recorded in P-Town and captured during the 24 hour period. Participants must include where and when they were captured.

Photos and videos can be uploaded to social media using #Ptown24. The Facebook group can be accessed at www.facebook.com/groups/ptown24.

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