I am happy to report that PEG community media is doing good things in New Hampshire and other parts of the Alliance’s Northeast Region. I was able to see a little bit at the ACM NE Regional Conference in Nashua this past week.
The Alliance for Community Media has joined AmazonSmile! AmazonSmile is the Amazon that you know with the same products, prices, and services but Amazon will donate .5% of the price of your eligible purchases to Alliance for Community Media. Support ACM by shopping Amazon!
Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2014 ACM/NAMAC Conference Survey. We value your feedback and appreciate the time that you took out of your day to share your thoughts and experience with us! Those who participated in the survey were eligible for a chance to win a complimentary registration to the 2015 ACM National Conference.
In this 6-part workshop, teens learn about stop-motion animation and filmmaking — from brainstorming and scriptwriting to editing and adding special effects — in order to produce original narrative videos in multiple media (radio, animation, video).
“Campaign and Election Coverage: Policies You Need to Know” being held on Thursday, September 25th at 3pm Eastern
The Alliance is asking all PEG Access community media organizations affected by the Comcast Time Warner Charter merger and divestiture transactions to state your concerns to the FCC by August 25 at 7pm ET. We have prepared a template for filing comments in the proceeding and instructions for how to file, and are holding a webinar on how to file TODAY (Tuesday, August 12 at 3:30pm ET).
The 2014 ACM and F/ACM Membership Meeting will take place on August 7th during the ACM & NAMAC 2014 National Conference. This is our annual meeting to share with our members what we have been up to the last year.
n September 27th, Children’s Media Project will host the 2nd Annual Reel Expressions Youth Film Festival at Poughkeepsie’s famed Bardavon Opera House!
The Alliance for Community Media (ACM) is proud to announce its 2014 Hometown Media Award winners! The Hometown Media Awards recognize the best community media programming of 2013, and include student, independent producer and access center professional categories.
You cannot be a truly effective Community Media Center these days without an effective Web strategy. Whether this includes your station’s own Web presence, online video solutions, or the training and services you offer – a TV station without a strong Web presence is ill-prepared for the future of community media.