Here’s to 2017!
Well, the New Year is here and I hope you are looking forward to 2017 as much as I am! The New Year always gives us that chance to recharge and refocus on the work ahead. No one can argue that there are some interesting times ahead of us, and I believe that (…)
Here’s to 2017!
The 115th Congress is underway. There are new appointments in the Senate and House on the committees that work on issues that affect community television. Here’s a quick look:
In the Senate Commerce Committee there are eight new members. In the Republican majority there is Jim Inhofe (Oklahoma), Mike Lee (Utah), Shelley Moore Capito (West Virginia) (…)
Produces, directs, edits and/or oversees broadcast of locally produced programs, promotional materials, sporting events, educational and governmental information and other programs broadcast on the City of Gillette’s Public Access channels. Obtains, reviews and conducts daily updates of computer-generated data. As required, updates, modifies, adds and/or deletes Public Service Announcements, job openings, minutes of City Council (…)
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!
Join the Central States Region ACM for the Cincy Spring Conference and Trade Show on Wednesday, March 22 – Friday, March 24, 2017 in downtown Cincinnati, Ohio.
The Central States Region currently looking for event sponsors, vendors and advertisements for the program. For more information visit the CSRegionACM.org.
Hosted by the City of Cincinnati & Central States (…)
Minneapolis – Nov. 7, 2016 – After four years of sharing a leadership board with the Alliance for Community Media (ACM), the Foundation of the ACM (F/ACM) has established its own Board of Directors.
The 2016-17 Board of Director will include the 2016-17 officers of the ACM Board, holding the same officer positions, and six additional (…)
Free Speech week is just around the corner. In an effort to support all the work we do, BRIC and the ACM have joined forces to create the first-ever, annual Community Media Day.
Community Media Day (October 20, 2016) is an annual celebration of voices that brings awareness to the importance of free speech and accessible (…)
If you were unable to attend the 2016 Annual Conference, or you want to revisit some of the memories made, do so by watching videos from the conference. To view the video list, visit the Annual Conference page on the ACM website or click here.
At this time, video links include the Opening Keynote, Membership Meeting and Awards Luncheo
Thank you again to all of our 2016 Hometown Media Awards participants! We are proud to announce the winners of the competition! Please click on the header to view the list of winners.
The Alliance for Community Media will award scholarships to our National Conference in Boston, MA August 18-20. Awards will include full conference registration and travel assistance of up to $500. They will be awarded to applicants who may not otherwise be able to attend the National Conference, but have a demonstrated interest in leadership and building better practices in community media. Deadline for Applications is June 6, 2016.