WCAC seeks a part-time News Assistant to shoot local events and edit news stories for Waltham Newswatch, a 30-minute weekly news program about the city.
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BRIC is seeking full-time Editor/Associate Producer.
The employee in this class reports directly to the Manager of MCTV & Library Communications. This position primarily works on the productions of videos for the City of Midland’s government access cable TV channel, Midland Government Television (MGTV) and the City of Midland’s social media platforms
BRIC is the leading presenter of free cultural programming in Brooklyn, and one of the largest in New York City. We present and incubate work by artists and media-makers who reflect the diversity that surrounds us.
The Pasadena Community Access Corporation (Pasadena Media) is a non-profit Operating Company of the City of Pasadena with a City Council appointed 11-member Board of Directors and serves as the umbrella organization for the City’s Public, Education and Government (PEG) cable access channels. Pasadena Media has an annual operating budget of approximately $1M, mostly funded by Pasadena City Council approval.
POSITION AVAILABLE: Youth Production Coordinator (Full-Time, El Barrio Firehouse Community Media Center)
The MNN El Barrio Firehouse Community Media Center is dedicated to education and production. The Youth Media Center at the Firehouse Offers educational programs and opportunities for young people to produce shows for the Youth Channel (YC) that are cablecast on MNN channels.
Public Access Television, Inc. (PATV) is hiring an Executive Director to lead our team into a new future. PATV is Iowa City, Iowa’s community media center and free speech channel.
Billerica Access Television, Inc. (BATV) seeks an Assistant Executive Director to join our team.
The Chief Executive Officer (CEO) serves as the principal spokesperson, leader, and fundraiser for CreaTV. This individual must also inspire and manage a high performing team to ensure effective service delivery as well as the quality and diversity of programming.
Manhattan Neighborhood Network, New York City’s largest community media organization, is seeking a Education Coordinator to assist with all aspects of our adult media education program. MNN’s media classes serve more than 1,200 students annually and aim to teach Manhattan residents and members of community-based organizations how to make, package and distribute media on multiple platforms.