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.
Get ready for The 18th Annual North American All Youth Film and Education Day that The Tower of Youth has produced over the past 18 years! The unique educational event showcases movies entirely made and juried by high school youth.
Webinar: “PEG media implications in the Comcast Time Warner Charter deals” Monday, May 12, at 3pm ET
The ACM Webinar series is a free benefit of ACM membership. The next one is on “PEG media implications in the Comcast Time Warner Charter deals”, and starts Monday, May 12, at 3pm ET. ACM’s Public Policy Advocate Mike Wassenaar will lead the discussion.
ACM Board Member, Debra Rogers attended the 2014 NAB Show in Las Vegas and shared her experience with us. The NAB Show is produced annually by the National Association of Broadcasters and brings industry professionals together for creative inspiration and next-generation technologies to help breathe new life into their content. Fin our more about her first experience at a NAB Show.
After hearing several concerns that participants may not have time to complete their Hometown Media Awards entries, we have decided to extend the deadline to Monday, May 5th at 5:00pm EST! We hope this will give you the opportunity to complete your entries and make sure that they have been marked as “accepted” in the online program. Incomplete entries will not be judged.
The national Hometown Media Awards contest entries must be completed by April 30th. If you have already entered, please log in to your account to be sure that your entries have been “accepted”. Incomplete entries will not be judged.
The conference is designed to bring together community media TV station staff/volunteers, independent film makers/producers, TV engineers/technicians, municipal officers/advisors/board members, IT staff, legal counsel, educators, government managers, elected officials, manufacturers/vendors/integrators, and advocates/supporters of community media, local broadcasting, and telecommunication issues and services.
Learn more about the sponsorship and exhibit options available at the upcoming 2014 Joint ACM and NAMAC Conference!