KLTV, Cowlitz County Washington’s P.E.G. provider has an immediate opening for an addition to our staff.
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 ACM Awards committee has selected the winners of the 2014 ACM Awards and the recipient of the 2014 Brian Wilson Scholarship!
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.
Brookline Interactive Group (BIG), formerly Brookline Access Television (BATV), of Brookline, Mass. is seeking an Executive Director who can achieve its vision and guide the organization for long-term success.
SCATV is a non-profit community media center located in Union Square, Somerville, MA providing equipment, facilities, and training for community media programs that are cablecast on Channel 3 and streamed on the Internet. SCATV is the oldest access station in Massachusetts and has won numerous awards for Overall Excellence from the Alliance for Community Media. SCATV produces a bi-weekly news program and runs an Internet radio station, Boston Free Radio.
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.
Montgomery College, Office of Communications, has the need for an outgoing, creative and professional communicator in the role of full time, bilingual MCTV Producer/Director I to serve as a Multicultural Content Producer, position #S05095, on the Rockville Campus.
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.
The SF Commons Manager manages San Francisco’s Public Access Television station, SF Commons. This individual works with the staff of the Independent Media department to support and document the storytelling efforts of the city’s public access television producers.